The pursuit of seeking higher education has positively impacted individuals and their families. Completing a degree opens doors for greater career opportunities, providing students the ability to diversify their job search to find one best suitable for them. Additionally, attending college gives students experiences to learn valuable life skills that will help them throughout their life.
Despite these positive attributes, many students are discouraged from obtaining their Bachelor’s degree due to the expensive price tag of tuition. As college costs continue to rise, higher education becomes increasingly inaccessible.
To support students invest into their future, this scholarship will support BIPOC high school seniors pursuing medicine, public health and related fields that come from low income families. Applicants must be maintaining a 3.6 GPA or above, have experience with community service or volunteer work and be planning to attend school full time.
To apply, please tell us a bit about yourself and how you plan to make a positive impact on the world through your career.