Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — CPR for Life, a leading educator in nursing and healthcare based in California, is pleased to announce a CNA scholarship match to the recently launched myCNAjobs scholarship program.
The CNA scholarship targeted for students currently pursuing a certified nursing assistant degree with plans to enroll within 60-days of the application deadline date. Distributed four times throughout the year, each scholarship award is $250 paid by myCNAjobs coupled with a match of $250 by select accredited CNA schools across the country.
The deadlines for applying for the program, requiring a brief essay are as follows:
January 2013 CNA Scholarship – submission due December 31 March 2013 CNA Scholarship – submission due February 28 June 2013 CNA Scholarship – submission due May 31 October 2013 CNA Scholarship – submission due September 30
“For students in the Greater Oakland area planning to attend CPR for Life, we’ll double the scholarship award to $500.” says Veronica Taylor-Henry, Director of CPR for Life. “We’re happy to extend this program to our local community and partner with myCNAjobs,” Taylor-Henry adds.
To apply, students must plan on enrolling within 60 days of the submission due date and submit a short essay outlining motivations for entering and growing in the profession.
To learn more and apply now, visit the CNA Scholarship Program Guide.
If you’re a CNA school that would like to participate in the program, email info(at)myCNAjobs.com
About myCNAjobs: myCNAjobs, a caregiver and CNA recruitment vehicle, is a comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively.
About CPR for Life: CPR for Life strives to reach the goal of community betterment, to change lives and make a difference by providing comprehensive training in healthcare professions and offer hands-on experience to equip participants with knowledge. With a dedicated and driven staff, CPR for Life educates those aspiring to be healthcare professionals to complete the necessary coursework so they will be ready to work in their communities.