Wondering what to do this summer? The Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Summer Medical Academy 2017 scholarship program is now accepting applications.

Scholarship Program is seeking highly motivated students who are interested in a career in medicine, pharmacy or other health profession. Eligible students will be 15-19 years old by July 2017. 

Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, a total family annual income under $85,000, and plan to attend a two or four year college or technical school. Scholarship funds will be credited toward program tuition costs and not given directly to the student. 

Applicants must have the endorsement of their Guidance Counselor on their application attesting they are a qualified fit for this scholarship program. Application deadline is a postmark of February 24, 2017. Late applications are not accepted.

Mail one copy of a completed application package, including full primary application, to: Rady Children’s Hospital, Summer Medical Academy, 3020 Children’s Way MC 5073, San Diego, CA 92123-4282 

The applications will be reviewed and recipients selected by a committee comprised of Rady Children’s medical staff and volunteers. Scholarships will be awarded by April 2017. Payment of any additional tuition owed will be due no later than June 1, 2017. 

For questions, please contact us at 858-966-7748 or rchsummermedicalacademy@rchsd.org.

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