Registered Nurses practicing their work and are interested in pursuing further studies in the field of nursing can apply for the Eunice M. Smith Scholarship and use it in the school of their choice in the state of North Carolina. These Registered Nurses must be certified residents of the state of North Carolina. A Masteral or Doctorate degree are the degrees that these Registered Nurses must be interested in Pursuing. These nursing students must still work and become part time students. Another requirement is that they should maintain at least a 3.0 Grade Point Average.
The deadline for the submission of application has already passed but there is a chance that you might be awarded with this scholarship for next school year. There is a lot of similarity between scholarship givers. In the near future, this grant will be re-evaluated. For more information for next year’s awarding, check with the website at a later time.
This scholarship is being given out by the North Carolina Foundation of Nursing and has a monetary value of $1,000 US dollars for those in undergraduate programs and $2,000 US dollars for those enrolled in graduate studies. This type of scholarship is not renewable.
The amount of scholarships given out every year differs from one year to another. Application forms are available at the website of the North Carolina Foundation for Nursing. Students applicants are required to compose a 300 word essay that shows their reasons for entering further schooling in the field of nursing and doing such as part time students. They must also submit two letters of commendation from people who know them deeply; services given to the community, why the student chose to go for further studies as a part time student and what the student can possibly give to the nursing community. Supporting document like scholastic records like diplomas and transcripts or any document of proof for the students’ school undertakings and the acceptance letter from the school. All these must be submitted on or before the deadline.
|Amount:||$1,000 annually for undergraduate students and up to $2,000 annually for graduate students|
|GPA:||3.0 or higher|