2019 Sigma Theta Tau Region One International Education, Research & Leadership Conference

2019 Sigma Theta Tau Region One International Education, Research & Leadership Conference

A Voice for All

  • Diversity
  • Unity
  • Equity

Hosted by Zeta Eta-at Large Chapter:
California State University, Sacramento & UC Davis
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

Friday Eve, March 1, 2019, Meet & Greet
& Saturday, March 2, 2019, Conference
Moore Hall 2570 48th St.
Sacramento, CA 95817

Download the flyer or go to their website to learn more about this conference.

2019 KPAA Scholarship Deadline is Wednesday, February 6

2019 KPAA Scholarship program now accepting applications

Please share this opportunity with anyone who is interested

The Kaiser Permanente Asian Association (KPAA) Scholarship program is now accepting applications from Northern California high school students who are scheduled to graduate in spring 2019. KPAA scholarships recognize students who bring demonstrable benefits to the Asian community, and who have the potential to become future leaders. Students may have demonstrated this potential through their school activities, the community, or in the face of unusual circumstances.

Since its inception in 2000, KPAA has awarded 114 scholarships totaling $312,000. In 2019, KPAA is offering seven scholarships of $3,500 each.

Applicants must create an account and apply on the following website. Online applications must be submitted by Feb. 6, 2019. On May 8, 2019, the KPAA website will list the names of those awarded scholarships.

Scholarship funds will be distributed in August 2019 to the college, university, or technical school the winners will attend in the fall.

Please share this flyer and FAQ with anyone interested in the KPAA Scholarship opportunity.

Have questions? Contact Karen Tsang.

For questions about the scholarship application itself, please click here.

To learn more about KPAA, please visit the KPAA-NCAL Sharepoint site.

2018 KPLA Scholarship deadline is Friday, June 1

2018 KPLA Scholarship deadline is Friday, June 1

Please share this opportunity with anyone who is interested

The Kaiser Permanente Latino Association (KPLA) Scholarship Program is intended to support students who demonstrate academic achievement, commitment to the Latino community, and/or leadership potential. Students that have a desire to address health disparities in the Latino community and/or support the development of Latino health care leaders are encouraged to apply.

KPLA is offering scholarships in three categories. To be eligible to apply, the ZIP code for your school and home must be in a Kaiser Permanente Northern California Service Area.

Category 1: Medical Student

Category 2: Nursing Student

  • Must be working to complete an ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing), a BSN (Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing), or an ABSN (Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing).
  • A GPA of 2.5 or greater is required.

Category 3: Graduating Senior, Undergraduate, Graduate Student

  • A graduating high school senior who will be enrolled as a college student beginning in fall 2018
  • A high school graduate currently enrolled in a community college/trade program
  • An undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a public/private college/university
  • A GPA of 2.8 or greater is required.

Please note: Kaiser Permanente employees are not eligible to apply.

Please share this flyer and FAQ with anyone who may be interested in the KPLA scholarship opportunity. Thank you for helping to spread the word.

The application deadline is Friday, June 1, 2018.

Applicants must create an account on the following website: https://aim.applyISTS.net/KaiserPermanenteLatinoAssoc/

Have questions?

If you have questions about the scholarship application, see the FAQs, visit http://www.applyists.com/contact-us/contact-us-customer-care/, or email Eva E. Ramirez.

For general questions about the scholarship, or to learn more about KPLA, please visit https://sites.sp.kp.org/teams/ncalkpla/SitePages/Home.aspx.

2018 KPAAPA Scholarship deadline is Wednesday, April 18

2018 KPAAPA Scholarship deadline is Wednesday, April 18

Please share this opportunity with anyone who may be interested.

The Kaiser Permanente African American Professional Association (KPAAPA) Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from high school students who are scheduled to graduate in spring 2018. Scholarships are also available for nursing students and medical students attending schools in Northern California. KPAAPA provides scholarships to students who demonstrate academic achievement, commitment to community service, and leadership potential.

In the last five years alone, KPAAPA has awarded more than $80,000 in scholarships. In 2018, KPAAPA has eight scholarships available.

Applications are being accepted online at https://aim.applyists.net/KPAAPAssociation/

Online applications must be submitted by April 18, 2018. Winners will be notified in June 2018.

Scholarship funds will be distributed in August 2018. The funds will be made payable to the college, university, trade, or technical school the winners will attend in the fall.
Please share this flier and FAQ with anyone who may be interested in the KPAAPA scholarship opportunity. Thank you for helping to spread the word!

Have questions?
If you have questions about the scholarship application see the FAQs, visit http://www.applyists.com/contact-us/contact-us-customer-care/, or email Misty Spencer.

The following Kaiser Permanente business resource groups also offer scholarships:

Nurse Scholars Academy Aims to Improve Patient Care

Nurse Scholars Academy Aims to Improve Patient Care

NSA News Article Photo

Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s academic partnership program is less than two years old, but already its participants are seeing positive results. Read about two Kaiser Permanente frontline nurses who are working toward their Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and say the program is helping them to become better nurses, better leaders, and better people.

Read the full story at https://lookinside.kaiserpermanente.org/nurse-scholars-academy-aims-improve-patient-care/