2022 Scholarship Recipients

Share Health has awarded three traditional scholarship recipients from Toombs, and Brantley County. April Thomason presented the scholarship in Toombs County to Aspen Johnson, and Ashlynn Morris. Stephanie Watson awarded Jenna Riggins with a Share Health scholarship in Brantley County. These scholarships are given to high school seniors, and non-traditional applicants who want to pursue a career in the health professions. Way to go Share Health!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guidelines for Receiving a Share Health Southeast Georgia Scholarship

The Share Health Southeast Georgia Scholarship Fund was created to provide annual scholarships to graduating seniors from high schools and homeschools in the 16-county region of the Southeast Health District who show an interest in pursuing a career in healthcare. The following criteria will apply:

  1. Plan to study public health/healthcare in their university or college work.

 

  1. Maintain good grades.

 

  1. Be involved in extracurricular activities, especially those activities involved in health, within the school and/or within the community.

 

  1. Attend a college or university which is classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

  1. Complete an application form and include a one-page essay reflecting the role healthcare plays in his/her life, how the major they are pursuing relates and where in Georgia they want to be employed after they graduate.

 

  1. Submit two letters of reference.

 

  1. Demonstrate financial need.  FAFSA is available to complete now.  The SAR report is required and can be received within 48 hours of completing the FAFSA.

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