The New York State September 11 Scholarship was created to help the rescue workers who wishes to go to school to complete their education and get an undergraduate nursing degree. This scholarship program requires its candidates to be members of a national or state professional EMT, police officer or firefighter association.
Also among the requirements of the New York State September 11 Scholarship is that the potential candidate must have a grade of 3.0 or higher in order to qualify for this scholarship program. This scholarship grant also encourages potential and interested candidates to check out the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) website from time to time so they can get an update with regards to what is the latest news about this program.
The New York State September 11 Scholarship is awarded by the Emergency Nurses Association, and the amount that it provides to its most fortunate recipient is worth $2,500 that is given every year and is also non- renewable. Aside from the monetary award, this scholarship program also gets the chance to have a complimentary ENA (Emergency Nurses Association) membership that is good for 1 year.
All application for this scholarship program needs to be typewritten and requires that it should be mailed because no applications received through fax or email will be entertained. Handwritten applications will not be honored as well. The New York State September 11 Scholarship also requests the candidates to not use staples when binding the documents, but instead use paper clips or binder clips.
Two references, letter of acceptance stating the candidate’s acceptance into a nursing program, proof of pre- hospital work and verification of tuition costs are also needed for submission.