FLMC Offers Scholarships for Local Students Interested in Healthcare Careers

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Applications Due April 12 for High School Seniors Residing in Loudon County and Enrolled at Loudon County or Lenoir City Schools

Covenant Health Fort Loudoun Medical Center is pleased to offer scholarships for local students interested in healthcare careers who will be heading to college, university or technical school in Fall 2024.

Applicants must be high school seniors who are residents of Loudon County, Tennessee, and enrolled in Loudon County or Lenoir City School systems. Consideration is based on students’ interest in healthcare, grades, community or school involvement, and volunteer/work experience. Scholarship funds are paid directly to the institution of higher learning and can be used toward costs related to tuition, books, academic fees or room and board.

The full application is available below. In addition to the application form, students will be asked to provide a summary of their educational goals and reasons for applying for the scholarship, along with a school transcript and two letters of recommendation.

Applications must be mailed, emailed, or dropped off at Fort Loudoun Medical Center by 4 p.m. on Friday, April 12.

Directions for submission are included in the application instructions.

Questions can be emailed to Tami McClain, Fort Loudoun Medical Center, at [email protected], or call 865-271-6504.

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