The NIH undergraduate scholarship program targets students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to pursuing careers in health research and basic biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research
Johnson & Johnson sponsors a website to help identify 369 nursing scholarships, and it filters the available list of scholarships by location.
The BPW Career Advancement Scholarship is sponsored by Business and Professional Women's Foundation and is a scholarship worth a minimum of $500, an average of $1,000, and a maximum of $2,000.
This $1,500 award, conferred by SOPHE on behalf of the Foundation for the Advancement of Health Education (FAHE), recognizes doctoral students for their academic achievement; applicant’s potential for advancing the health of children and youth; professional goals; and the caliber of the documents
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers: Scholarship support Paid research training at the NIH during the summer Paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation Scholarship support: The NIH UGSP will pay up to $20,000 per academic year in tuition, educational expenses, and reasonable living expenses to scholarship recipients.
This $3,000 award, conferred by SOPHE on behalf of the Foundation for the Advancement of Health Education (FAHE), will be presented to a talented and committed teacher in an elementary, middle school, or high school for graduate study at the master’s level.
This award recognizes early career health educators who have distinguished themselves as promising health educators through leadership, creativity, involvement in the profession, and health education practice in their setting.
This award recognizes individuals or groups who have distinguished themselves by applying innovative, non-commercial technology in health education that can be broadly disseminated and has the potential to make a significant impact in health education practice.
The NIH Graduate Partnership Program (GPP) allows graduate students to work in a highly collaborative research environment with leading scientists and clinicians. They explore areas such as bioinformatics, biophysics, epidemiology, immunology, cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, health sciences, structural biology, sensory and communication neuroscience, molecular pathology, biobehavioral research, and developmental biology.
The Villers Fellow works as a full-time policy analyst in Families USA's Health Policy Department. Designed to provide the fellow with a national perspective on health care justice work, the fellowship will be based in the Families USA office in Washington, D.C. and will afford the fellow the opportunity to learn about a range of health care justice issues.