CMH Foundation Scholarship
CMH scholarship deadline extended to April 30
The Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation has extended its deadline for scholarship applications until
April 30. Qualified students in Calvert, Anne Arundel, Charles and St. Mary’s counties can click here to download the form(s) and submit by mail. An application packet can also be requested by calling the foundation office at 410-535-8178.
Since the scholarship program began in 1991, the CMH Foundation has given 288 scholarships totaling $342,250 to area students. The scholarship fund was created by an endowment from the Calvert-Arundel Medical Center. Recipients are not required to repay the foundation or accept employment.
Applicants must have resided in Maryland for at least one year in order to qualify. Preference is given to residents of Calvert and Anne Arundel County. In order to be eligible, the applicant must be a full-time student at an accredited school of nursing or enrolled in an allied healthcare curriculum offering a course of study leading to licensure as a practical or registered nurse or another allied health-related classification. They must also have a letter accepting them into their major.
For more information, call the foundation office at 410-535-8178.
Applications can be submitted online or mailed to:
PO Box 2127
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Applicants will receive an email confirming receipt of their application. However, students are responsible for making sure that all of their material has been received.
Healthcare jobs offer many advantages including competitive salaries, generous benefits, flexibility and continued growth. To learn more about a career in health care, consider job shadowing or volunteering at Calvert Memorial Hospital.
Job shadowing allows students 16 and older to spend a few hours with an experienced healthcare professional in their chosen field of interest. For more information or to apply, call the CMH human resources department at 410-535-8122.
Volunteering provides students the opportunity to explore a particular area of study over an extended period. To participate, students must be 16 and older, complete an orientation program and commit to four hours per week. For information, call the volunteer coordinator at 410-414-4523.