Community Health Foundation Provides Support for PN Scholarships
The Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) Foundation North, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Community Health Foundation Inc. (CHF), a service delivery line of CHSGa, has donated $8,000 in scholarships to support students enrolled in OFTC’s Practical Nursing Program.
Named the CHSGa Practical Nursing Student Scholarship, the scholarships will be available summer semester to students enrolled in the Practical Nursing Program at the Dublin or Sandersville Campus. Eligibility criteria include enrollment in the Practical Nursing Program, good academic standing, and a completed Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).
“This fund is being established as part of our relationship with the College, in particular to support students in the Practical Nursing Diploma Program. The CHSGa service delivery lines employ hundreds of LPNs throughout the state.
“As part of our initiative to support students’ pursuit of their entry-level careers and career paths, this scholarship fund seeks to set that process in motion,” stated Amy Abel, Director of Communications for CHSGa. “Students will be able to apply for funding to assist with books, uniforms, support for clinical experiences, and licensing exam preparations.”
The CHF is a non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to serve others through positive change by: providing ministry and support to associates during a crisis time, facilitating individual involvement in community projects, and helping to shape and model a more positive corporate culture.
CHSGa has more than 15 years of delivering direct access to health services throughout Georgia. Through their service delivery lines, CHSGa provides access to a wide range of comprehensive health services and programs, from skilled nursing care to pharmacy services, using state-of-the-art technology and equipment. As knowledgeable advisers, they are dedicated to assisting Georgians with health service decisions.
If you would like more information about this topic, please visit OFTC.edu or contact Kathy Aaron at 478-553-2148 or firstname.lastname@example.org.