Accepting Applications for 2021 Scholarship October 1, 2020 to December 1, 2020.
The Pharmacists Mutual Community Pharmacy Scholarship is a scholarship program sponsored by Pharmacists Mutual.
Recipients selected for the Pharmacists Mutual Community Pharmacy Scholarship will each be awarded $2,500 each. Up to $50,000 in scholarships may be awarded annually. This program acknowledges students interested in serving in an independent or small chain community pharmacy, or in an underserved geographic area. Student pharmacists must complete the scholarship application and essay by the scholarship deadline to be considered for the Pharmacists Mutual Community Scholarship.
To be eligible to apply for the 2021-2022 Pharmacists Mutual Community Pharmacy Scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
- Be a current P2 or P3 pharmacy student that will be a P3 or P4 pharmacy student in the 2021-2022 academic year
- Eligible students must plan to practice in one of the following settings:
- an independent or small chain community pharmacy
- an underserved geographic or cultural community, preferably in an independent or small chain community pharmacy
How to Apply:
Interested students must submit an electronic application, college transcript, letter of recommendation from a faculty member or advisor, and an essay describing their interest in practicing in an independent or small chain community setting, or in an underserved community. Their essay should describe steps they have taken to prepare themselves for their chosen practice setting. The application window will open in October 2020.
2020 Scholarship Awards
Congratulations to the 2020 Pharmacists Mutual Community Pharmacy Scholarship recipients for the 2020 – 2021 scholarship awards.
Each student has received a $2,500 Scholarship.
Amna Paracha | University of Maryland Eastern Shore (MD)
Benjamin B Hightower | University of Georgia (GA)
Brooke L Henriksen | California Health Sciences University (CA)
Jada M Jensen | University of Wyoming (WY)
Emily P Brunson | University of Texas at Austin (TX)
Lauren Brewer | University of Georgia (GA)
Johnny R Alexander | University of Texas at Austin (TX)
Julia M Annis | University of Rhode Island (RI)
Kayla K Leland | Washington State University (WA)
Michael Danilov | University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (NY)
Mason L Sykes | Samford University (AL)
Morgan Platta | University of Wisconsin–Madison (WI)
Leslie Vo | University of Texas at Austin (TX)
Roberto A Nava | University of California-San Diego (CA)
Nevin W Radechel | Drake University (IA)
Raeann N Kilgore | University of Missouri–Kansas City (MO)
Sarah Henderson | Virginia Commonwealth University (VA)
Stephanie M Martin | Drake University (IA)
Stephanie M Lukevich | South University (GA)
Brianna L Smith | William Carey University School of Pharmacy (MS)