College Health Scholars Program
Updated periodically with scholarships that are currently accepting applications 

HRSA National Health Service Corps
Source: HRSA
The National Health Service Corps is a service- based scholarship that is awarded to students pursuing a primary care professional health training. It is a 2 year minimum full-time service exchange for 1 year of scholarship support. See if you are eligible!

Health Professions Scholarship Program
Source: Medicine and the Military
Follow this checklist and guide to see if you are eligible and how to apply for a military Health Professions Scholarship program. 

Americorp NCCC
Source: Corporation for National and Community Service
Interested in saving money for school and dedicating time to service? Follow these links to learn more information about National Service, AmeriCorps, and post service education awards.

U.S. Department of Labor Medical School Scholarships Search
Source: U.S. Department of Labor
Search engine containing numerous scholarships for prospective/current medical students.

Financial Opportunities for Hispanics

Minority Medical Student Resources
Source: AAFP
Fewer Hispanic students are pursuing higher education because of the fear that they will be unable to pay the costs. Check out these financial resources for scholarships, fellowships, and programs to encourage minority medical students to pursue their education. 

Hispanic Scholarships
Colleges are always looking to diversify their campuses and to make their schools more accessible to students of all ethnicities, economic backgrounds and religious beliefs. For this reason, many scholarships are restricted to minority students, including Hispanic students.

Hispanic Scholarship Finder
Source: Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Follow this Hispanic Scholarship Fund to find scholarships and grants awarded to Hispanic and Latinx students 

Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards and Resources
Source: Hispanic Heritage Foundation
The Hispanic Heritage Fund honors students and provides scholarships to connect Latinos into leaders of the community,c classroom, and workforce.