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Scholarships

Schneck Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships to area students interested in entering the medical field after college graduation.

2022 Schneck Foundation Scholarship Winners Announced!

Congratulations to all of our 2022 Scholarship Recipients!

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Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship

The Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship was established in 2018 by Dr. Andrew Dick to honor his wife, Dr. Amanda Dick, a caring physician, skilled surgeon, loving mother and wife, and resilient breast cancer survivor.

The Schneck Foundation is pleased to accept scholarship applications for the Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship. This scholarship is for eligible candidates who are pursuing a career in the medical field and are currently accepted into medical school. The scholarship is open to female students pursuing a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree. Applications are available January 15 - March 15.

Amanda M. Dick Scholarship Application
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Allied Health Scholarships

Clinical / Technical students (including, but not limited to, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy, Respiratory Therapy, Radiologic Technology, Physician Assistant, and Surgical Technology students)

The Schneck Foundation accepts scholarship applications for the Allied Health Scholarship. This scholarship is for eligible candidates who are planning to enroll or are currently enrolled in a clinical / technical healthcare field. Applications are available January 15 - March 15.

Allied Health Scholarship Application
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Additional Scholarship Information

Schneck offers scholarships for students who have been previous Guild Junior Volunteers and current nursing school students.

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Allied Health Scholarships are opportunities for candidates who are interested in pursuing a course of study in a technical/professional Allied Health career. This scholarship was started in 1992 and since that time Schneck Foundation has awarded over $500,000 in scholarships. This year's recipients include:

Callie Backherms – Salem High School
Bailey Cain – Trinity Lutheran High School
Elizabeth Ertel – Jennings County High School
August Hunt – Seymour High School
Riley Hyden – Jennings County High School
Bailey Hypes – Salem High School
Morgan Jones – Brownstown High School
Addyson Kent – Jennings County High School
Wyatt Messer – Jennings County High School
Lauren Moore – Seymour High School
Citlally Ramirez – Seymour High School
Brantley Wathen – Jennings County High School

Haylee Barker – IUPUI
Abigail Brown – University of Indianapolis
Laura-Lei Caplinger – IUPUI
Mikayla Fee – University of St. Augustine
Grace Garland – Purdue University
Megan Kimbley - University of Findlay
Charley Laman - University of Indianapolis
Madeline Lucas - Lincoln Memorial University
Jami Nobbe – University of Evansville
Zachary Ortman – University of Southern Indiana
Hannah Pettit – Milligan University
Dalton Polley – Purdue University
Grace Rennekamp – Purdue University
Alexia Robinette – Purdue University
Brooklynn Snodgrass – University of Indianapolis
Devin Stuckwisch – IUPUI
Matthew Stuckwisch – Ivy Tech Columbus
Makenna Sunbury – IUPUI
Kylee Wischmeier – IU Southeast
Emma Zabor – University of Indianapolis

The Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship was established through the Schneck Foundation to support female candidates pursuing a career in the medical field and currently accepted into medical school. Primary consideration will be given to Jackson, Jennings, Scott and Washington County residents.

Congratulations to this year's recipient, Lauren Howser (Indiana University School of Medicine)!

2021 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to our 2021 Scholarship Winners!