Southwest Acupuncture College News for Both Campuses!


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Santa Fe Campus Events (For current Students, Faculty, Staff & Alumni)

 

Fall 2018 Scholarship Winners - Santa Fe Campus

 
Andy Brooks - THADDEUS BUKOWSKI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR DEMONSTRATING OUTSTANDING PROMISE AS A PRACTITIONER.

 
Molly Holmbo - GENTLE TIGER SCHOLARSHIP FOR DEMONSTRATING SUPERIOR POINT LOCATION SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDING THE CLINICAL ENERGETICS OF POINTS

 
Naomi Raine - Golden Flower Scholarship - for herbal knowledge & application
Jessica Dicker - FOURTH TREASURE SCHOLARSHIP FOR DEMONSTRATING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE (picture omitted)

 

Available through Fall 2018 Semester

Scholarship Opportunities for Current Students: Both Campuses! 

DMillerlaw Community Superhero Scholarship
https://dmillerlaw.com/community-superhero-scholarship/

We are excited to announce our company’s annual $1,500 scholarship, which is available to college students of all majors who are a hero in their community. We want students who are doing some good for their community and improving the lives of others.

Eligibility and application details are: 
3.0 GPA
Enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college or university
Demonstrable history of community service and volunteerism
Submit an essay on the topic
Submit an unofficial transcript
Agree to the scholarship terms and conditions

Deadline of Application: June 30, 2019
 

Cordisco & Saile Leukemia Scholarship
https://www.cordiscosaile.com/2019-leukemia-scholarship/

Are you a leukemia survivor? Do you have a family member affected by leukemia? Tell us your story and apply for our $1,500 college scholarship.

The deadline to apply for the Fall 2019 scholarship is June 30, 2019.

About the Cordisco & Saile Leukemia Scholarship

The Cordisco & Saile Leukemia Scholarship is personal to Bucks County personal injury attorney Michael Saile. Michael’s son is currently battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).  He recently completed his treatment at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and is showing tremendous bravery in his fight against the disease.

“It brings my family and our firm great joy to offer this scholarship to a deserving student affected by leukemia,” says Michael, whose personal injury firm in Bensalem focuses on helping people and their families struggling with injuries. “We hope this scholarship relieves some financial burden for a student who has already sacrificed so much in their fight against this disease.”

Eligibility for the Leukemia Scholarship

Applicants must meet the following requirements to qualify:

3.0 GPA;
Currently enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college or university;
Survivor of leukemia or has an immediate family member affected by leukemia;
Complete and submit essay and scholarship application;
Submit unofficial transcript; and
Agree to terms and conditions.

Essay Topics for the Leukemia Scholarship

Applicants must complete a 500 to 1,000-word essay on one of the following topics and submit it along with their application.

How has your experience with leukemia influenced your career or academic aspirations?
What character trait(s) did you attain or grow as a result of your experience with leukemia?
How would you give hope and support to somebody recently diagnosed with leukemia?
How to Apply for the Leukemia Scholarship

You must submit your application by filling out the form on the website above. Applications submitted in any other manner will not be considered.

Scholarship Terms & Conditions. 


The Usha Rajagopal Foundation Scholarship was created to help students be able to afford to pursue their dream careers. As a doctor, Dr. Usha Rajagopal is all too familiar with how expensive it can be to afford to go to college. Therefore, she started this $1000 scholarship to help one student per year relieve a bit of their education financial burden.

Full details about the Usha Rajagopal Foundation Scholarship can be found below.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Students of U.S based colleges or universities (Community college, undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students are eligible)
  • High school seniors that have been accepted into a college or university

Guidelines

  • Dr. Usha Rajagopal wants to hear your answer to the following question in the form of a 500-word essay: “What are some professions that you think we need more people working in currently and why”?

Submission Deadline
May 30th, 2019

Winner Selection
A winner will be selected by June 30th, 2019. The winner will have 2 weeks to respond before a winner up is selected. Once the winner responds the scholarship money will be sent to their school’s financial aid office.

Please share this link with interested students:

http://www.usharajagopalfoundation.com/

Thank you!

Susan Franklin
Program Coordinator
490 Post St.
San Francisco, CA
94102


OutdoorStack’s 2019 Scholarship                            

  • Application deadline January 13, 2019
  • (1) $1,500 Scholarship

Eligibility: Currently enrolled as a full-time, part-time, or online education student, with interest in outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, cycling, water sports
or winter sports. Outdoor activities are all about people sharing common interests and are strongly important for building communities. Open to all majors

Requirements: Submit your name and email and a scholarship form will be submitted in December. (This is a new scholarship since 2017 and has a small competition pool)

           Additional information & specific requirements: https://outdoorstack.com/finaid

 


Toptal Scholarship for Women                                    

  •  Application deadline March 31, 2019
  • 10,000 Scholarships to students of the Americas

* includes a year of weekly one on one mentoring sessions
Eligibility: Open to anyone who consistently lives and identifies as a woman, age 16 and older with a passion for changing the future, open to applicants from all majors and academic standings

Requirements: write a blog post on your chosen idea to change the world. The blog post (“Blog Post”) must clearly include the following sections:

  • Your vision to change the world
  • How you believe you can accomplish your goals
  • Support and mentorship you need to accomplish your goals
  • It must clearly and unambiguously reference Toptal Scholarships

For more information & requirements please visit: https://www.toptal.com/scholarships-for-women
(see bottom of web page for link to official rules)


Boulder Campus Events (For current Students Faculty, Staff & Alumni)


 

Fall 2018 Scholarship Winners - Boulder Campus

 
Rachel Nussbaum - Golden Flower Scholarship for herbal achievement 
 

(FROM LEFT TO RIGHT)
 
Nathalie Dahouas - Gentle tiger Scholarship for demonstrating superior point location skills and understanding the clinical energetics of points
Rosemary Rast - Fourth Treasure Scholarship for demonstrating academic excellence 
Kaely Schull - Thaddeus Bukowski Memorial Scholarship for demonstrating outstanding promise as a practitioner