Schneck Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications for Allied Health and Medical School Students
January 14, 2021
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The Schneck Foundation Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the Allied Health Scholarship and the Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship for female medical students.
 
Beginning January 15, 2021, applications for either scholarship may be obtained online (CLICK HERE) or by contacting the Schneck Foundation at 812-524-4244. Applications for the Allied Health Scholarship will also be available from counselors at local high schools.
 
Applications must be completed and returned to the Foundation no later than March 15, 2021 to be eligible for consideration. Please contact the Foundation at 812-524-4244 or  foundation@schneckmed.org with questions about the scholarships.
 
Allied Health Scholarship
Candidates who are interested in pursuing a course of study in a technical/professional allied health career are welcome to apply for consideration.  Allied health areas include, but are not limited to, clinical support areas such as speech therapy, respiratory therapy, lab technology, pharmacy, physical therapy, and radiological technology.
 
Acceptance for enrollment at a school and program of study in a technical/professional field is required for the scholarship to be officially awarded.  To be considered, candidates must apply each year for the annual Allied Health Scholarship.
 
The Allied Health Scholarship program was started in 1992 and since that time has awarded over $491,800.
 
Medical School Scholarship— Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship
In honor of his wife Dr. Amanda Dick, Dr. Andrew Dick started this scholarship in 2018 as a surprise birthday present. The Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship is intended to support women pursuing a career in the medical field. To be considered, candidates must apply each year for the annual Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship.
 
Candidates must be female and currently accepted into medical school. Primary consideration will be given to Jackson, Jennings, Scott and Washington county residents. Residents of other counties may be considered based on available funds and at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.