What would medical professionals do without administration and management? If you’re studying to become a medical or healthcare administrative professional, you’re likely already aware how important these tasks are.
Luckily, scholarship providers recognize the importance of these careers as well – and are looking to help students in these fields pay for school.
It’s important to note that the below examples are just some of the medical management and healthcare administration scholarships that exist in our database—filling out a profile may match you to scholarships at your school of choice.
Check out this list of scholarships for students pursuing studies in medical and healthcare administration and management:
Available to: Graduate Student, Year 2
Award Amount: Varies
The Goodman-Goodell Scholarship is available to full – time second – year medical students from the Portage, Wisconsin, area. You must be a U.S. citizen and express an interest in specializing in pulmonary medicine or general family practice to be eligible for this award. Preference is given to students attending educational institutions in Wisconsin, and students who show strong interest in practicing in Wisconsin, especially in areas of need.
Get more information on the Goodman-Goodell Scholarship.
JumpStart Summer Program
Available to: College Freshmen
Award Amount: Varies
The JumpStart Summer Program is available to high school graduates who are entering a four-year college or university.
To be eligible, you must be pursuing a career in healthcare, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and be at least 18 years of age. Students will be paid at the rate of nine dollars per hour during this eight – week program.
Get more information on the JumpStart Summer Program.
PreMed Prescription Rating and Experience Program (PPREP)
Available to: College Freshmen through Graduate Student, Year 5
Award Amount: $1,000
Provided by RateADrug, the PreMed Prescription Rating and Experience Program (PPREP) is open to students majoring in medicine, pre-medicine, nursing, and other health-related fields and select fields in alternative medicine.
Participants will be working directly with prescription and over-the-counter drug users to evaluate the efficacy and side effects of their medications. You must conduct a minimum of 100 five-minute patient surveys within the first four months of acceptance into the program.
The top intern per cycle will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Selection is based on academic background, experience, and extracurricular activities.
Get more information on the PreMed Prescription Rating and Experience Program (PPREP).
James “Rhio” O’Connor Memorial Scholarship Fund
Available to: College Freshmen through Graduate Students, Year 5
Award Amount: 5 Awards from $100-$5,000
The James “Rhio” O’Connor Memorial Scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students at colleges / universities in the United States.
To be considered, you must submit an essay on the use of alternative medical approaches in the treatment of cancer. Some suggested topics for your essay are:
• Why are alternative therapies used by cancer patients when they are not FDA approved?
• Should cancer patients and doctors be able to use whatever treatments they like in treating cancer?
• Should medicinal medicine and folk knowledge have any relevancy in cancer?
• It is estimated that it costs over $400 million to bring a new cancer drug to market. Does that establish roadblocks for the testing and approval of alternative therapies?
Get more information on the James “Rhio” O’Connor Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Century Club Health Careers Scholarship
Available to: Graduate Students, Year 4 through Year 5
Award Amount: Varies
The Health Services Research Dissertation Award is available to doctoral students enrolled in accredited research doctoral programs in the United States.
You must be working on a dissertation that will focus on areas relevant to health services research, with an emphasis placed on methodological and research topics that address the mission of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Additionally, you must supply certification that your defense has been successfully completed.
Funding will support direct costs related to your dissertation during your project period. U.S. citizenship is also required.
Get more information on the Health Services Research Dissertation Award.
Warner Presidential Award in Pre-Medical Studies
Available to: College Junior-College Senior
Award Amount: Varies
The Warner Presidential Award in Pre-Medical Studies is open to students at Eastern Illinois University. You must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a person of outstanding character.
Get more information on the Warner Presidential Award in Pre-Medical Studies.
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Below are some common scholarship essay questions. You can use these as a great starting point for a pesonal statement. Some of these essay questions are used in the Maricopa Scholarship Database.
- What life experiences have shaped who you are today and what challenges have you overcome in achieving your education (i.e. financial, personal, medical, etc.)?
- Explain why you need financial assistance.
- Describe your academic and career goals and your plans to achieve them and discuss any of your extracurricular/volunteer activities (both on and off campus) that you may perform.
- Describe an event in which you took a leadership role and what you learned about yourself.
This is a sample essay to help guide you when you are writing essays for scholarships. Keep in mind that all scholarship applications are different, so you may have to design your essay to meet those specific requirements.
(State an overview of what you are going to talk about in the essay. If the essay is about you, give a brief description of your experiences, goals, aspirations, family background, etc. Touch on why you want the scholarship.)
For as long as I could remember, I have wanted to be a veterinarian. I have been responsible for the care and feeding of pets ever since I was in the second grade. In high school, I participated in the 4-H club as well as the Junior Humane society. To reach my goals, I realize that I must pursue an eight year college education which will begin with the Fall 2010 semester. I am very excited about my future and feel that with the opportunity your scholarship will provide, I can help many animals.
Paragraph II & III
(Go into more detail on one of the topics listed in paragraph I. For example, elaborate on your previous experiences, family and financial situation, volunteer work, employment, academic career, future goals, college plans, etc.)
My love for animals has been encouraged by my family and friends. I have had the opportunity to volunteer with the local animal shelter and provide basic care to the stray animals. With the help of my biology teacher, I was able to start a 4-H club on campus. Many of the other students on campus developed an interest in the animals and now our club has 100 members. My family also has many animals for which I provide care, including basic needs as well as first aid. I find that I enjoy that aspect of pet ownership best. Unfortunately, my family cannot afford to pay for my entire education, so I hope to use my skills and love of animals to help me pay for college.
(Conclude your essay with a wrap-up of why you should be considered for the scholarship; how do your goals match those of the organization, etc.)
Your organization stands for what I believe in. Like your organization, I hope to help animals for the rest of my life. To reach my goals, I need as much help as possible. I already have the moral support of my family and friends, but that is not quite enough to make my dream come true. I hope that your organization can help me reach this dream by awarding me your scholarship.