The First place to look for scholarships is at Northland Community and Technical College Foundation. The NCTC Foundation budgets over $55,000 for scholarships at NCTC. The budget includes scholarships for students who attend NCTC next year, fall and spring semesters in full-time status (12+ credits), and obtain high academic achievement and/or impact our college. Applications are available to download from this site. Applications are due the third week of spring semester with scholarship ceremony in early March. Included in this money are several scholarships provided by nursing faculty and area supporters for nursing students. (Taken from the NCTC Foundation Contributors’ Update, May 2002).
Look for scholarships at your bank, credit union, families employment, the local service organizations in your hometown, such as the Elks and the Legion and at your place of employment.
For those planning on getting their BSN or Masters Degree.
The Johnson and Johnson Company has an excellent web site which links you to between 150 and 200 nursing scholarships that are available. You can find information on these scholarships at:
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These are free scholarship search engines. They require you to fill out identifying information on yourself and then they will bring up the scholarships they have in their database that you would be eligible to apply for. It is also nice because it will send you reminders in your e-mail when dates for applications need to be in by.