Who Can Apply: Any undergraduate or graduate college student who currently is enrolled in any form of “healthcare degree” program or courseware may apply.
How to Apply: Sunmit Essay: Each submission should be between 750 and 1000 words in length. The topic of the essay should be related emergency medical care, and the essay should be written form the perspective of a medical student. CPR should be mentioned as a critical skill for all healthcare providers including emergency personnel, nurses and physicians, as well as for laypersons working in fields where the skill could be used to save lives in an emergency.
Other subtopics to touch on in the essay include mental and physical preparation for those entering medical fields who will be expected to perform lifesaving procedures, and discussion of how working as a healthcare provider can be both stressful and rewarding. The target audience is other students entering the field, who could benefit from your insight and advice.
Essays will be judged based on the level of helpfulness they can deliver as well as their tone and sincerity. CPR expertise is not required for this essay, but is helpful. Essays with incorrect spelling, punctuation, grammar or sentence structure will not be considered.
Your essay should be written and saved in Microsoft Word, and submitted via email to [email protected] no later than 11:59 PM PST on March 31st, 2017.
Scholarship Amount: $2,000 + three runner ups will be granted complimentary access to any of our courses, including a range of certification choices (a potential value of over $300.00)
Number of Scholarships Offered: 1
Deadline: 11:59 PM PST on March 31st, 2017
Learn More: https://www.cprcertification.com/scholarship