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Dependent Scholarship: Confirmation

Thank you for submitting your 2021 online application for the James R. Petersdorf Dependent Scholarship.

Your application will be considered complete when you email the required application documents by Sunday, April 11, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.

Required documents:

  • Résumé (including volunteer activities and awards)
  • Letter of recommendation from an educator or employer
  • Most recent transcript from applicant’s university or college
  • Incoming freshman only:
    • Acceptance letter or proof of enrollment from applicant’s university or college
    • Most recent transcript from applicant’s high school
  • Essay of 2,500 words or less

Send these items to workforcedevelopment@nortonhealthcare.org. Include your first and last name as well as the first and last name of your parent/guardian employed by Norton Healthcare.

You will be notified in June 2021 if you are one of the 50 recipients selected for the scholarship.

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