The Edmund J. and Estelle D. Walker General Medical Education Scholarship was founded to provide financial assistance to the students who are citizens of the United States and are pursuing a degree that is related to the medical field such as nursing, respiratory therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. This scholarship program requires its potential candidate to be enrolled in a Wisconsin Institution.
This scholarship grant is awarded by Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation, and the amount of financial aid that it extends is worth $2,500. The award for Edmund J. and Estelle D. Walker General Medical Education Scholarship selects its recipients every year, and is non- renewable. The number of awards for this scholarship grant varies as it depend on the available financial resources as well as the number of applicants who are eligible to make an application.
Students who are qualified to apply to the Edmund J. and Estelle D. Walker General Medical Education Scholarship may access the application from Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation (WMSF) website. Apart from the completed application, hopeful candidates are also required to submit a personal statement that contains two pages that answers the topics found in the application. Other supporting documents are required as well such as transcript of records, two letters of recommendation, and a verification of tribal enrollment from an authorized tribal office.
US citizens who are enrolled in an allied health career with direct patient care and are interested to take advantage of this chance must prepare and submit all the necessary requirements on or before its deadline.