Linfield School of Nursing ScholarshipThe Linfield School of Nursing Scholarship supports students interested in pursuing a degree in Nursing or Health Sciences. Linfield is a fantastic college for students who want preparation for a future career in the world of healthcare. Linfield College's Portland Campus provides a challenging, comprehensive program through classroom learning, internship and clinic experience.
Should you apply?
This scholarship is available to students who are of African/African American descent, who are currently admitted or enrolled as a junior to the Health Science or Nursing Program in academic year 2012 – 2013. Applicants must reside in Oregon or SW Washington, and have a minimum of 34 transferable college credits to apply.
And the 2012/2013 Linfield School of Nursing Scholarship Recipient Is!!! Heather Lloyd!
On behalf of the board and staff of the Black United Fund, we would like to congratulate and acknowledge Ryan McCurine, recipient of the 2011/2012 Linfield School of Nursing Scholarship. His passion for helping others, experience working in diverse communities, and admirable academic record made him stand out as a candidate, and it is therefore our honor to award him this scholarship and help him achieve his goals of becoming a nurse anesthetist for high-need communities. We would also like to thank the Linfield School of Nursing for partnering with us and making this scholarship possible.
“Sometimes the most courageous thing to do is to allow yourself to be vulnerable and to ask for help. I was under a state of duress. That’s how I found this scholarship… For a long time I was trying to find my place in the world and when I found the call to Nursing, it didn’t so much connect with my head, but resonated really strongly with my heart…But great endeavors are never done by yourself. There is always a network behind you, and in order to help you need to be able to make connections with people, with your heart. This scholarship is an affirmation that sometimes asking for help is the right thing to do, so you can help others.” –Ryan McCurine