Maine Osteopathic Association Scholarship
Scholarship Sponsored by Maine Osteopathic Association
The mission of the Maine Osteopathic Association is to serve the osteopathic profession in the state of Maine through a coordinated effort of professional education, professional advocacy, and member services in order to ensure the quality of osteopathic care to the people of this state. The MOA has over 400 physician members and all students of the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine receive a FREE MOA membership during their medical training.
The Maine Osteopathic Association awards two scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each year to students attending accredited and AOA approved colleges of osteopathic medicine. The deadline for applications for scholarship support is June 30th of each year. Scholarships are available only to Maine residents. Maine residence is defined as legal residence in the State of Maine for a minimum of three (3) years prior to first application for scholarship support (must provide proof).
Residence in Maine for the sole purpose of post-secondary education is not considered evidence of Maine residence for the purposes of these scholarships. An applicant who is a graduate of a public or private secondary school in Maine is considered eligible regardless of whether or not the applicant has resided elsewhere in the interim between graduation and application. The Maine Osteopathic Association reserves the right to require evidence of legal residence and to interpret the residence status of any application in the spirit of the Association's intent to provide support to "Maine students".
The Maine Osteopathic Association Scholarship: Awards of $1,000 each will be designated to successful applicant(s) who are a resident of Maine and able to present proof of enrollment at an approved osteopathic college. Students are eligible only if they can provide acceptable evidence of legal residence in the state of Maine for a period of not less than three years prior to their first application. Residence in Maine for the purpose of post-secondary education only is not considered evidence of Maine residency for this program. Preference is given to applicants who evidence an interest in returning to Maine to practice primary care.