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Published on February 21, 2013

Billings Clinic Foundation offers Health Career Scholarships

Billings, MT — Billings Clinic Foundation is pleased to offer a variety of scholarship opportunities to students interested in pursuing a career in health care.

Billings Clinic Foundation and Work Commitment Scholarships are available for: Nursing (BSN or MN only), LPN, Surgical Tech, Rehabilitation (Occupational/Physical/Speech Therapy), Rehabilitation (COTA, PTA, Speech Therapy Assistant), Laboratory (Medical Technologist/Histology/Cytology), Laboratory (Medical Lab Assistant), Pharmacy, Pre-Med, Radiation Therapy, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound/Sonography. Scholarship information is available at all high schools in the Billings Clinic service area and all colleges, universities and technical schools in Montana and Wyoming.

Billings Clinic Foundation Scholarships

Scholarships awarded by the Billings Clinic Foundation range from $500 to $2,000 and are awarded to graduating high school seniors and college students enrolled in the first half of their degree program. Applicants must be enrolled at a Montana or Wyoming college or university in a course of study leading to an entry-level position in health care.

Billings Clinic Work Commitment Scholarships

Work Commitment Scholarships, ranging in value up to $3,000, will be awarded by the Human Resources Department. Recipients of Work Commitment Scholarships will agree to a 12-18 month period of employment at Billings Clinic following graduation, if a position is available and is offered to the recipient.

Applications for these two scholarships are available online. For additional information students may contact their high school guidance counselors, college financial aid offices, program directors or Billings Clinic Foundation at 406-657-4670.

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