Connecticut HOSA Scholarships
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MRC Partnership Team with their portfolio. They were called up on stage in top ten at National Leadership Conference (NLC), June, 2015
Our Connecticut delegation to the NLC in Anaheim, CA in June, 2015.
2020 CT HOSA Annual Scholarship  - $125
The 2020 application process is now closed, the winner will be announced at the CT HOSA Spring State Leadership Conference on March 7, 2020.  More details for the 2021 CT HOSA Scholarship will be available in the Fall of 2020.

The amount of the scholarship is determined by how much funds are contributed.   When CT HOSA Chapters hold a Right Response Fundraiser, 5% of all funds raised are donated by the company’s 50% (which is .25% of the total funds raised for that fundraiser) are contributed to the CT HOSA Scholarship Fund.

The deadline to submit the 2021 scholarship application and essay via email is due on Friday, January 8, 2021.   No mailed applications will be accepted. Email to all materials listed above to: Linda Richard,

CT HOSA Competitors in Sports Medicine and Public Health
Scholarships for individual winners for the Sports Medicine and all team members from Public Health who take 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.  Scholarships are from Johnson & Wales University (JWU). Johnson & Wales University has four campuses located in Providence, RI; Charlotte, NC; North Miami, FL, and Denver, CO).

The scholarships can be used at any of their four campuses, for any major.  However, for those interested in majoring in Health Sciences*, they are currently only offered at the Providence and Denver campuses.   It also has a graduate-level Physician Assistant Program in Providence, RI. (1st place =$1,000, 2nd place = $750 and 3rd place = $500) All are renewable for up to four years of study, making their total values $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000 respectively.

For more information about their Physician Assistant please click here: Health Sciences: JWU expands its academic programming in the area of health through the 2016 establishment of a College of Health & Wellness. The college is home to the new Health Science major, as well as the Master of Science program in Physician Assistant Studies that the University began offering in 2014. The College of Health & Wellness Program offerings join the growing list of JWU health-related majors including culinary nutrition, biology, and psychology.

All of the State HOSA Scholarship Awards will be awarded at the CT HOSA State Leadership Conference (SLC) on March 7, 2020.

HOSA is proud to partner with TALLO, formerly called STEM Premier, to provide our members with the opportunity to apply for scholarships. Scholarships are generously provided by HOSA partners.

Through this application process, HOSA and its partners provide scholarships to HOSA members in a variety of career fields:
  • Audiologist
  • Pharmacist
  • Dentist/Dental Hygienist
  • Nurse/Nurse Specialist
  • Allied Health (numerous occupations)
  • Physical Therapist

Applying for a HOSA Scholarship is easy:

1. Join TALLO formerly called STEM Premier
  • Click the Start Your Free Profile button and create your account
  • All HOSA scholarships will be managed through TALLO
  • Once you create your profile, search for the scholarships available.

2. Search For HOSA Scholarship
  • Select your account dashboard
  • Go to the scholarship section, click the search icon and search for HOSA under the organization name
  • Select the HOSA Scholarship from the results list

3. Apply For Scholarship
  • Follow the steps and provide the required information (Your TALLO profile will act as a majority of your application!)
  • Please ensure that you have all of the requirements completed before submitting your application
  • Click Apply Now

The deadline for applying for TALLO and International HOSA scholarships is March 15, 2020.
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience. The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.