(KENDALLVILLE) – The Parkview Foundations are now accepting applications for the Karen Denney Nursing Scholarship.
This scholarship provides up to $1,000 in funding to a high school student who best fulfills the stated qualifications and career aspiration requirements.
Candidates must meet the following criteria to be considered for the scholarship: Be a current high school senior preparing to enter an accredited nurse training program with the intent of completing an RN program; Currently be participating in, or have completed, the Impact Institute’s Health Occupations Education program at either Parkview LaGrange Hospital or Parkview Noble Hospital; Have a "B" average or better; Provide one letter of recommendation from a teacher, an employer, a church or community leader, an extracurricular coach or a mentor; and Submit an official high school transcript showing grades through the first semester or trimester of the senior year.
The scholarship is named after Karen Denney, who was a caring and compassionate nurse who dedicated her 35 year career to patients at McCray Memorial Hospital and Parkview Noble Hospital. During her career, Denney was the manager of the OB department, now the Family Birthing Center, for more than 25 years. In addition, she served as an infection control and employee health nurse, and worked in a number of other departments.
The scholarship application can be accessed by going on line. LINKA.
If you have questions regarding the scholarship or application process, please email email@example.com.
Applications are now available for this scholarship and will be accepted through February. 25.
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