Certified Nursing Assistant Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $1,000
Awards Available: 1

Senior Justice Law Firm believes in fighting for justice for those who cannot advocate for themselves. We want to make a difference in the lives of our clients and the many communities in which we practice.

We understand that Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA's) are the backbone of the long-term care industry. CNA's perform the day to day tasks in a skilled nursing facility, and most perform this duty with compassion and love for their patients.

However, we understand that sometimes, financial hardship can get in the way of completing a CNA program. We do not want this to get in the way of you pursuing your passion for helping elderly patients. In an effort to help CNA students complete their nursing assistant certification, we are excited to announce our scholarship contest for CNA program students!

Financial Aid Assistance for Certified Nursing Assistant Students

For this scholarship contest, we are asking current and pending CNA program students to submit an essay about why they decided to become a certified nursing assistant and how they plan to serve their community.

For this essay contest we would like for you to answer the following:

A) Why did you decide to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA)?

B) What hardships and obstacles are in the way of you completing a certified nursing assistant program?

C) How will you positively affect patients in long-term care facilities like nursing homes and assisted living facilities?

D) What impact do you wish to make on your patients?

Certified Nursing Assistant Program Scholarship Details

Students are expected to write a 300-500 word essay about the above criteria. The winner with the most compelling essay will receive a $1,000 CNA program cost forgiveness award. The $1,000 CNA program scholarship can be used on the actual certified nursing assistant program, the examination fee, registration costs, or state certification.

Our goal is to help you get across the finish line so that you can become a certified nursing assistant and help vulnerable seniors residing in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.


A) Complete the CNA Scholarship Program application form.

B) Upload a resume.

C) Upload an essay with a minimum word count of 300 words, but no more than 500 words, answering the questions above.

D) Must be currently enrolled, accepted, or applying to be in an accredited CNA program in the United States.

E) Must follow the firm on social media.

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