eQuality Scholarship

$6,000

February 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • eQuality Scholarship Collaborative awards scholarships to honor and encourage California students for their service to the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community. Applicants for all scholarships must have demonstrated service to the LGBTQ community. Applicants of all sexual orientations and gender identities are eligible.

    Eligibility for high school graduates:
    -Must be a resident of northern or central California (may study elsewhere)
    -Must have completed or expect to complete high school or equivalent within the last four years
    -Must plan to attend or began attending an accredited post-secondary institution (college, university, or vocational/trade school) for the first time this coming year

    Eligibility for community college transfer students:
    -Must be a resident of northern or central California (but may study elsewhere)
    -Must have graduated or expect to graduate from community college within the last four years
    -Must plan to attend or began attending an accredited four-year college or university for the first time this coming year

    Eligibility for nursing students:
    -Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an accredited ADN or BSN RN program in California
    -Master's prepared programs with a BA/BS in a field other than nursing are eligible. RN reentry and RN to BSN or MSN programs and diploma programs are not eligible
    -Be in good academic standing, if just entering nursing
    -Minimum 3.0 GPA with a strong emphasis on math and science
    -Must not be an employee nor a dependent of an employee of Kaiser Permanente
    -Have not received an eQaulity nursing scholarship before

    Eligibility for medical students:
    -Must be attending an accredited medical school in California or be a California resident attending an accredited medical school elsewhere in the U.S.
    -Be in good academic standing
    -Have not received an eQaulity nursing scholarship before

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 191311
  • San Francisco, CA 94119-1311
  • info@equalityscholarship.org

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