SHARE Foundation offers several scholarships for:
- Individuals pursuing health-related careers with a long-term focus on those pursuing their master's in nursing;
- Individuals pursuing a bachelor's or master-level degree in social work, psychology, or mental health counseling; or
- Individuals pursuing public education careers in grades K-12.
To be eligible for scholarship assistance, applicants must have completed all prerequisites, have a letter of acceptance into the specific program of study, and have a financial need. Go to sharefoundation.com/our-agencies/scholarships.html to view available scholarships, eligibility requirements, and the scholarship application portal. Online applications must be submitted prior to April 1 for the summer semester and July 1 for the fall semester.
Scholarships provide tuition and a small book stipend. Upon graduation, each scholarship has a one-year minimum work commitment at MCSA, SHARE Foundation, or in Union County depending on the scholarship awarded. Before applying, please review each scholarship carefully to determine eligibility.
All scholarships are funded through donations. If you would like to participate in assisting a nontraditional student with financial need, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to any SHARE Foundation Scholarship Program.
For additional information, contact Debbie Watts, VP of Community Impact at (870) 881-9015.