PATH for Women Scholarship Fund for Pacific Islander and Southeast Asian Students

REACH US – Promoting Access to Health for Pacific Islander and Southeast Asian Women (PATH forWomen), a breast and cervical cancer program working to address disparities among Asian and PacificIslander communities, is offering the PATH for Women Scholarship Fund to Cambodian, Chamorro,Hmong, Laotian, Marshallese, Native Hawaiian, Samoan, Thai, Tongan, and Vietnamese high schoolseniors and undergraduate college students who demonstrate significant merit in academics,workplace, and community with an interest in the health field.  Twelve students will be selected toreceive a $1,000 scholarship to offset their expenses at a two‐ or four‐year accredited institution.  Thescholarship is funded by the PATH for Women partnership which includes the following organizations:  Families in Good Health/St. Mary Medical Center, Guam Communications Network, Orange County AsianPacific Islander Community Alliance, Pacific Islander Health Partnership, Samoan National NursesAssociation, Tongan Community Service Center/Special Service for Groups, and Union of Pan AsianCommunities.  This scholarship opportunity is supported by Cooperative Agreement Number5U58DP001006 from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the Racial and EthnicApproaches to Community Health (REACH) across the United States (US) funding opportunity.   REACHUS PATH for Women is a program of the Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance(OCAPICA). Low income students and those who are of the first generation in their family to attend collegeare encouraged to apply.

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