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TRMC offers scholarships

February 25, 2013
Messenger News

Trinity Health Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for the 2013-14 academic year.

The McMillen Scholarship is provided through the estate of Leone McMillen in memory of her husband, Dr. Arch S. McMillen, a longtime Fort Dodge physician. Preference in awarding the scholarship is given to individuals who have completed the nursing program at Iowa Central Community College and are seeking an advanced nursing degree at an accredited educational institution. Nursing students enrolled in the Iowa Central nursing program also may submit applications. This scholarship is available to both part-time and full-time students.

The Tom and Margaret Welch Scholarship was established in 1997. The scholarship is awarded to students who are certified nurse aides or other health workers who aspire to obtain an associate or baccalaureate degree in nursing. The scholarship is available to both part- and full-time students.

The Roselpha Lovrien Nursing Scholarship was established in 1996 through the estate of Roselpha Lovrien. Preference is given to individuals who have completed the nursing program at Iowa Central Community College and are seeking an advanced nursing degree at an accredited educational institution. Nursing students enrolled in the Iowa Central nursing program also may submit applications.

The Arthur Moeller Scholarship provides a scholarship to a deserving Iowa Central nursing student or one seeking an advanced nursing degree in an accredited program. The scholarship fund was established in 1991 in memory and honor of Arthur Moeller for the many years of service he gave Trinity Regional Hospital and the Oleson Foundation. This scholarship is available to both part- and full-time students.

The Andrea Reed Scholarship is awarded in memory of Andrea, Michael and Isabel Reed. Andrea was an employee of the Pain Center at Trinity Regional Medical Center. Andrea and her family were killed in an accident in January 2007. Preference will be given to a healthcare worker pursuing an associate degree in nursing with a career goal to become a registered nurse. Preference will also be given to single-parent families. The scholarship is available to both part- and full-time students.

The John and Eva Amond Scholarship is awarded to an individual who lives or was raised in Fort Dodge and who is enrolled in an accredited nursing program or seeking an advanced degree in nursing.

Scholarship recipients are selected based on academic merit, leadership, citizenship, career objectives and financial need. Preference is given to qualified applicants from the eight counties - Buena Vista, Calhoun, Hamilton, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Sac, Webster and Wright - served by Trinity Regional Medical Center.

Interested students can obtain scholarship application forms and additional information at www.trmc.org/scholarship, by writing to Trinity Health Foundation, 802 Kenyon Road, Fort Dodge, IA, 50501, or by calling 574-6509.

Applications must be received by 3 p.m. on April 5.

 
 

 

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