Clifford & Gladys Ellerbrook Ender Nursing Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to help ensure that the nursing care needs of the residents of Dearborn and Ohio counties are satisfied. To accomplish this, people must be adequately educated and trained. This scholarship was created to assist interested people in meeting the expenses required of that education and training. Eligibility: -Must be a resident of Dearborn County-Must be a graduate (at any time) of South Dearborn, Aurora, Dillsboro or Moores Hill high schools-While enrolled in a certified post-secondary nursing program, must be pursuing an undergraduate level LPN or RN degree with an accredited educational institutionSelection Criteria: -Dedication and commitment to helping others through a nursing profession-Work history or school activities related to nursing, healthcare and/or caregiving to sick, injured or elderly person-Noteworthy achievements, awards or recognition relevant to nursing-Academic performance in life sciences and other courses relevant to nursingStudents may apply for the scholarship in consecutive years if he/she continues to meet all eligibility criteria.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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