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SGNA RN General Education Scholarship


Scholarship Value: $2,500
Awards Available: 1

Are you or someone you know working towards becoming a Registered Nurse? SGNA has a new scholarship to assist you. The SGNA RN General Education Scholarship offers funds of $2,500 as a reimbursement to a student in an accredited nursing program. You must be a full-time nursing student with a minimum GPA of 3.0. To apply, fill out the application and submit it no later than July 31, along with a short essay, a letter of recommendation and a transcript of any coursework you have already completed. The recipient will be notified in October, and the funds will be awarded after the winner successfully completes the fall term. This is a great opportunity for nursing students and demonstrates SGNA’s commitment to helping ease the nursing shortage.


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