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Scholarship Opportunities

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Scholarship Opportunities

Service League Volunteer Scholarships

The Washington Hospital Service League awards the following scholarships annually to Washington Hospital District students who are pursuing studies in a health-related field. Two health career scholarships are awarded each year to graduating high school seniors and/or college students pursuing studies in a health-related field. Each scholarship is for $1,000 per year and is renewable each year for three additional years as long as the student remains in a health-related program. In addition, the student must continuously remain in good standing with a 2.5 GPA or higher. The scholarship is limited to four years. If additional monies are available, a one-time $1,000 scholarship may be offered. For additional information about the Service League Volunteer Scholarship, please call (510) 791-3465.

Download the Service League Scholarship Application. Scholarship applications are also available at the Washington Hospital lobby desk, 2000 Mowry Avenue in Fremont.

To apply, submit a completed application with an official high school or college transcript and proof of citizenship no later than April 1. After May 1, a committee will interview applicants who meet the above criteria. Recipients of the awards will be notified in late May.

Washington Hospital Employee Association (WHEA) Scholarship

The Washington Hospital Employees' Association (WHEA) offers a $2,000 annual scholarship. The Don Pickinpaugh Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a dependent of a Washington Hospital employee. Applications are accepted from February to March every year. For more information about the WHEA Scholarship, please call Kristi Caracappa at (510) 494-7005.

Download the WHEA Scholarship Application. Application Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015

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