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  SCHOLARSHIPS Until further notice, while HLC pursues partnerships and funding, no new scholarships will be awarded for 2017-2018 academic year. Scholars renewing will be contacted by email with renewal instructions. We look forward to continue to serve over 275 HLC scholars, by providing mentoring and guidance through our board of trustees and strategic partners.

Direct questions to: Tel 216 621-1933 or by email info@healthlegacyeveland.org
 
     
   
GRADUATE MEDICAL+DENTAL SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP

AWARD: UP TO 5K PER YEAR

This scholarship applies to African-American medical and dental school students attending HBCU's: Howard, Meharry, Morehouse; Ohio Schools: Case Western Reserve University or Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), and who are in pursuit of careers as physicians, dentists, or research scientists.

APPLICATION CLOSED
   
     
   

SATURDAY ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP RENEWAL

AWARD: 2-4 YEARS

This scholarship applies to HLC Scholars renewing an existing undergraduate scholarship who are Saturday Academy alumni, currently in college, and who are in pursuit of careers as physicians, dentists, or research scientists.

APPLICATION CLOSED

   
 


       
   

THE JEFFERSON J. JONES, DMD
HLC PRE-DENTAL MENTORING & RESEARCH PROGRAM

AWARD: 1 YEAR

This program is a collaboration between Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, Health Legacy of Cleveland, Forest City Dental Society and the Student National Dental Association. It is designed to increase the pool of competitive Under Represented Minority Dental School Applicants from the greater Cleveland area by 3 students per year by 2016.

APPLICATION CLOSED

   
           
  HEALTH EQUITY
MENTORMATCH
PROGRAM
 

HEALTH EQUITY MENTORMATCH
PROGRAM

AWARD: 1 YEAR

This is a Health Legacy of Cleveland, Inc. program. MentorMatch will be an ongoing, rolling admission process. Career mentoring and experiences will be provided through a matching process enabling students to help select mentors throughout their careers and personal development. It is designed to increase the pool of competitive Under Represented Minority Applicants from the greater Cleveland area by 5 students per year by 2025.
High school and college students aspiring to be a physician or dentist will be matched with volunteer mentors for coaching, summer training, shadowing, assisting and mentoring experiences with practitioners in private practices and clinics.

APPLICATION CLOSED

   
Updated 6/01/16