Currently we do not have any scholarships available. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and we will let you know when this changes.
Thank you for your interest in applying for a scholarship for your volunteer mission. Please follow these instructions for your application process:
- Complete application, including all forms, references and payment, must be received at least two months prior to your mission’s departure date. If it is an urgent or emergent mission send an email to Sue@OneNurseAtATime.org and the board will determine whether your application can be fast-tracked.
- Pay $75 non-refundable application fee via PayPal on www.OneNurseAtATime.org DONATION page.
- References – TWO people familiar with you personally and professionally should complete the online REFERENCE FORM soon as possible. Your application is not considered complete until both references have been received.
Each completed application is reviewed and presented to the Board of Directors. We will contact you as soon as a decision is reached about your application. Please understand, our ability to offer assistance is based on the funding available at any given time.Applications will not be considered until the completed application form, 2 references and $75 application fee have been received.
If you are selected to receive a scholarship from One Nurse At A Time, you will be asked to complete a W 9 form (for tax purposes), General Release and Consent to Use Name and Likeness.
We will also ask for a short autobiography (less than 150 words: your credentials, where you went to school, where you work, any previous volunteer work, personal interests, and anything else you wish to mention) and one recent digital photograph for an announcement.
Once these items are received, your check will be issued immediately.
Within 30 days of return from your mission, we will ask you to provide at least 5 photographs (which include yourself) and a written report:
-Approximately how many patients were served by your team?
-What I enjoyed the most:
-What I enjoyed the least:
-What cultural differences I observed:
-One to three examples of “memorable moments”:
-The impact of this medical mission on your nursing career:
-Anything else you’d like to include:
Your report and photographs may be used by One Nurse At A Time in articles and stories in print and on-line to raise awareness of the breadth of humanitarian nursing and to promote the organization.
Thank you for your interest in volunteer humanitarian nursing.