Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation Healthcare & Wellness Scholarship
The Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation has established the Healthcare and Wellness Scholarship to support local students and encourage entry into healthcare and wellness professions. Each year, the HRH Foundation will award at least one $2,000 scholarship.
Applicants must be a resident or be employed in a health care or wellness capacity in the HRH primary service area*. Applicants must be post-secondary school students, currently enrolled in a healthcare or wellness program. Current high school students are not eligible to apply. Examples of eligible fields of study may include, but are not limited to, athletic training, physical therapy, nutrition, pharmacy, social work or general medicine. Nursing students are excluded from applying for this scholarship, as other nursing scholarships are available through the HRH Foundation. Students must be enrolled in an Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Professional Degree program.
Selection criteria for this scholarship include academic achievement, community or extracurricular involvement and demonstration of interest and/or experience in healthcare or wellness activities. Prior recipients of this scholarship may apply again.
The scholarship selection committee may request personal interviews with selected applicants.
To download the application, click the link below. Completed applications should be delivered or mailed to the Foundation Office by March 1, 2017. 2017 Healthcare and Wellness Scholarship Application
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*Service Area Zip Codes:
46040, 46055, 46115, 46117, 46129, 46130, 46140, 46148, 46154, 46161, 46163, 46173, 46176, 46186, 46236, 47337, 47351, 47352, 47384, and 47385
Edith Zike Nursing Scholarship
The Edith Zike Nursing Scholarship was created in 1970 in memory of a dedicated local nurse, Edith Zike, to encourage entry into the nursing profession, thereby assuring the community of a continued high level of nursing care.
- accepted into a nursing or pre-nursing program at an accredited school; and
- live or work in the hospital's primary service area* Prior recipients of this scholarship are not eligible.
*Service Area Zip Codes: 46040, 46055, 46115, 46117, 46129, 46130, 46140, 46148, 46154, 46161, 46163, 46173, 46176, 46186, 46236, 47337, 47351, 47352, 47384, and 47385
Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, community or extracurricular involvement and demonstration of interest and/or experience in nursing activities. Multiple recipients may be selected. Financial need may be considered.
Up to $2,000.00 per recipient
The deadline to apply is March 1, 2017.
Click here to download the application:
2017 Edith Zike Nursing Scholarship Application
John F. Stickford Nursing Scholarship
The John F. Stickford Nursing Scholarship was created in 2013 through a gift from the John F. Stickford Revocable Trust. Mr. Stickford was a long-time resident of Hancock County and had a great respect for those working in the healthcare field. It became his desire to help promote excellence in nursing in his community through a scholarship for local nursing students. The scholarship program will be overseen by the Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation (HRH) Board of Directors. The amount of the scholarship will be determined annually, and will cover the cost of the recipient's tuition for one year. Prior recipients are eligible to renew their scholarship for each year they are in the nursing program.
Selection criteria include academic achievement, community or extracurricular involvement and experience in nursing activities. Scholarship recipients will be chosen each year by a committee which will include members of the HRH Foundation’s Grants & Scholarship Committee, as well as the head of the Nursing Department at HRH, or a designated nursing representative. Interviews will likely be conducted with applicants. The funds appropriated for this scholarship will be paid directly to the school of the recipient, and the student is responsible for submitting a copy of their transcript to the Foundation at the conclusion of each semester.
To be eligible for the John F. Stickford Nursing Scholarship, applicants must:
- Be accepted into a Bachelors of Science or Masters of Science program at an Indiana public university. The program must be accredited through the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). If the recipient does not complete the nursing program, the full amount of the scholarship shall be refunded to the Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation.
- Sign a contract stating that they will work for one year as a Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner in Hancock County or Shelby County, preferably at Hancock Regional Hospital or Major Hospital, for each year that they have received the scholarship.
For more information, contact the HRH Foundation office at (317) 468-4106 or email email@example.com. Click the link below to download the application.
2017 Stickford Scholarship Application
The application deadline is March 1, 2017. Applications must be mailed or dropped off at the Foundation Office by 4pm that day.
The Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation office is located in Suite 205 of the Professional Building at Hancock Regional Hospital
801 N State St.
Greenfield, IN 46140
School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship
The Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship is awarded to individuals currently enrolled in the School of Radiologic Technology. The applicant must live in the hospital's service- area or currently be employed in Hancock County. The scholarship is based on Academic Standing, Financial Need, School/Community Involvement. A personal interview may be conducted.
Contact Peggy Welage at 317-468-4468 for information. The guidelines and application for 2017 can be found below. Applications are due by April 14, 2017.
2017 School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship Application
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NEW FOR 2016!
School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship for Mt. Vernon High School Graduates
This scholarship was made possible through the generous contributions of a local radiologist.
Criteria – To be awarded to an individual who graduated from Mt. Vernon High School and has enrolled in the HRH School of Radiologic Technology.
The scholarship will be based on the following criteria.
- Academic Standing
- School/Community Involvement
Selection – The scholarship recipient(s) may be selected annually by the Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation Scholarship Committee and the Director of the School of Radiologic Technology.
Scholarship – The amount of the scholarship will cover the student’s full tuition and books for two years of the program, as long as the student remains in good academic standing in the school. The scholarship will be paid directly to the HRH School of Radiologic Technology.
Deadline- Applications should be mailed or delivered in person to the Foundation office by 4pm on May 15, 2017.