Kaiser Permanente Healthcare Career Scholarship

Kaiser Permanente Healthcare Career Scholarship

  • Amount: 10000
  • Deadline: 12/13/2019
  • Status: Active
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Check Your Eligibility For Kaiser Permanente Healthcare Career Scholarship By Answering The Following Questions


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Description

In 2008, Kaiser Permanente Northwest founded the Health Care Career Scholarship Program to help students in Oregon and Southwest Washington achieve their dreams of becoming health care professionals. Since then, Kaiser Permanente Northwest has invested more than $3.6 million in the program, including scholarship awards totaling nearly $3.4 million.

Scholarships are awarded annually to at least one qualified senior at each of 139 public high schools in the Kaiser Permanente Northwest service area, which spans from north of Longview, Washington, to Eugene, Oregon.

Of the more than 1,200 students who have received more than 1,400 Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarships since the program’s inaugural year (2008-2009):

69 percent are first-generation college-bound students.
66 percent are from diverse backgrounds.
59 percent are economically disadvantaged.
55 percent are bilingual.

Scholarship amounts for college-bound high school seniors are $2,000, $5,000, or $10,000. The majority of the scholarships are for $2,000. Those in higher amounts are awarded to the most qualified applicants from across all eligible high schools. The $5,000 and $10,000 awards are split into two equal payments distributed in fall of the first and second years of college. All awards are nonrenewable.

Eligibility description

High school seniors who are graduating and Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale (weighted). Are planning to pursue an education and career in an approved human health care field. Reside in the Kaiser Permanente Northwest service area and attend an eligible high school. Plan to enroll at a U.S. accredited college or university as a full-time, degree or certificate-seeking first-year student. (Note: Scholarships are not payable to for-profit institutions.) Proof of US citizenship or legal permanent residency is not required.