$5,000 Scholarship for Students Dedicated to Helping Prevent Nursing Home Abuse
Author: Nursing Home Abuse
Published: 2012-01-14 : (Rev. 2013-03-24)
Synopsis and Key Points:
Nursing Home Abuse scholarship aims to raise awareness and help the selected student by covering non-tuition related living expenses for the 2012 - 2013 academic year.
Main DigestNursing Home Abuse.net Announces $5,000 Scholarship Available Exclusively to Students Dedicated to Helping Prevent Nursing Home Abuse.
New scholarship aims to raise awareness and help the selected student by covering non-tuition related living expenses for the 2012-2013 academic year.
On January 15th 2012, Nursing Home Abuse.net in partnership with Education Aid, Inc. will begin accepting applications for its "Nursing Home Abuse.net - Awareness and Prevention Scholarship." This scholarship is the first of its kind and has been created not only to give a worthy student financial support, but also to promote the prevention of nursing home abuse.
"We feel that this is a very important and pressing issue that many people aren't aware of," said a representative of Nursing Home Abuse.net. "By funding this scholarship, we are giving a deserving student the ability to complete their degree, something they may not have had the opportunity to do otherwise, and we are essentially recruiting someone who we feel will help us raise awareness of nursing home abuse and help improve the plight of seniors in their community." The organization went on to add that the scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who has experienced the consequences of nursing home abuse firsthand through a close friend or relative and is passionate about preventing further abuse in the community, and/or an applicant that is looking to pursue a career providing help or healthcare for the elderly.
The winner of this scholarship will be announced on May 31st, 2012, and will be awarded $5,000 towards non-tuition related expenses such as:
To be considered eligible, all applicants must be US citizens, attending an accredited post-secondary institution, already receiving some form of financial aid, and working toward a degree in Social Work, Psychology, Healthcare Administration, or Nursing (a background in Geriatrics is preferred), with which they plan to utilize by working with the senior citizen population.
Students interested in applying for the Nursing Home Abuse.net - Awareness and Prevention Scholarship can download and complete the Scholarship Application Form at www.nursinghomeabuse.net. Once completed, all applications must be submitted via email to this address: NHAScholarship@educationaid.org.
The deadline to apply for this scholarship is February 15th, 2012and only the first 200 application submissions will be considered.
About Nursing Home Abuse.net: Nursing Home Abuse was founded by the National Association to Stop Nursing Home Abuse (NASNHA), an NGO. The organization's main objectives are to educate the public and raise awareness of the abuse that can take place in nursing homes across the country, to aid residents and families in preventing such abuse, and to help victims cope with the consequences of being abused.
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