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Health & Human Services

This scholarship was established by Al Gracey to support allied health students at WVC.
Supports full time allied health students at WVC. 

Dorothy Richardson established this scholarship for nursing students through an estate gift to the WVC Foundation. 

This scholarship supports students that are the first in their family to attend college. Recipients may be pursuing careers in healthcare or education. 
Established through an estate gift, this scholarship is designated specifically for nursing students at WVC. 
Everett and Marilyn Dalton established this scholarship to support students pursuing a major in health sciences, education, or tree fruit production. Preference is given to student from North Central Washington.
Recipients of this scholarship may be pursuing degrees in nursing or horticulture.
Howard Mann was a longtime supporter of WVC, particularly athletics. He established this scholarship to support students pursuing computer applications, nursing, or auto tech. 
Established by Michael and JoAnn Walker, this scholarship is designated for nursing students from North Central Washington.
This scholarship was established by Dorothy Webb in memory of her husband, Lovell. Recipients must be enrolled in the nursing program at WVC. 
This scholarship supports female students who have had a significant break in their education. Recipients must be enrolled in an allied health program at WVC.
Recipients of this scholarship must be enrolled in the nursing program at WVC.
This scholarship supports second year MLT students that plan to continue their education after WVC.
Established by an estate gift from Mildred Phelps, this scholarship provides support for students pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing at WVC.
Established by Richard's parents in his memory, this scholarship supports students in any allied health program at WVC. 
This renewable scholarship supports full-time nursing students at WVC. 
This endowed scholarship annually supports students in the radiologic technology program. 
Recipients of this scholarship must from North Central Washington and pursuing a health care major.