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Alumni Association Scholarship Fund of the Former Albert Einstein Medical Center Nursing School of Philadelphia

$2,000

March 30, 2019

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • NFP's The Alumni Association Scholarship Fund of the Former Albert Einstein Medical Center Nursing School of Philadelphia exists to provide scholarships to students demonstrating financial need in the pursuit of a nursing degree.

    Criteria:
    -The applicant must attend an accredited baccalaureate, associate degree, RN-to-BSN-completion nursing program, advanced nursing degree program, or (re)-certification program in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    -A high school student must be a matriculated undergraduate student in Fall
    -A baccalaureate student must be in his/her sophomore or junior year in May when application is made
    -An associate student must be in his/her final year (application may be made at the end of the first year)
    -An RN-to-BSN-completion student must have been accepted into a degree-completion program
    -Students not already an RN – including BS-to-BSN students/fast-track students – must be accepted into a basic RN program at the time of scholarship application
    -Applicants are highly encouraged to be a member of the Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania (SNAP) and/or the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA). If the applicant is an RN, he/she is highly encouraged to be a member of the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association (PSNA)
    -Students are required to demonstrate financial need via essay
    -Previous recipients of this scholarship are not eligible to apply

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Nursing Foundation of Pennsylvania
  • 3605 Vartan Way
  • Suite 204
  • Harrisburg, PA 17110
  • jneidig@psna.org
  • tel: 717-798-8942
  • fax: 717-657-3796

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