The Greensboro Medical Society Foundation Scholarship program supports the mission to assist in educating under represented African American health care students, and encouraging scholarship recipients to dedicate their professional lives to improving the quality of healthcare for the people of their community and the nation.
A) Acceptance or enrollment in a graduate terminal degree medical education program (as defined below) for the first, second year, or third year (of a four year program) and proof of matriculation at the academic institution the year the award is given. Students in their last year of a graduate education program are not eligible. Previous recipients are NOT eligible.
B) Current resident of Greensboro or previously attended High School in Guilford County for greater than one complete year.
C) Attended a local college or graduate school (Bennett College, Greensboro College, Guilford College, High Point University, North Carolina A & T State University, or University of North Carolina at Greensboro) for greater than one complete year. The award is competitive and subject to approval of the Greensboro Medical Society Foundation Committee and application does not assure approval.
Description of Award:
The GMSF Scholarship award promotes access to healthcare education through scholarships rewarded based upon student financial need, under representation, academic excellence, and potential for leadership. In addition to the eligibility requirements above, applicant must demonstrate proof of enrollment into an accredited institution of graduate medical education pursuing a doctoral degree in the health care fields defined as: Medical School, Dental School, Psychology, Podiatry, Chiropractic, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy.
Applications must be completed to be considered. Falsification of data will void application. Proof of supporting information may be required before scholarship awards are issued. Applications submitted must be received by The Greensboro Medical Society Foundation Scholarship Committee before January 15, 2020 or will not be considered.
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