Who is Eligible to Apply and What are the Requirements?
To be eligible for a Platinum Educational Group Annual Scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
Allied Health programs include anesthesia technician, dental assistant, dental hygiene, diagnostic medical sonographers, medical assistant, medical lab technologists, occupational therapy assistant, ophthalmic medical technician, patient care technician, pharmacy technician, phlebotomy, radiography/radiological technology, respiratory care/therapy, surgical assistant, surgical technology, veterinary technician and more.
Provide a copy of student ID or proof of attendance (Only if selected as an awardee)
How to apply for our Scholarship?
Go to our website and complete the form at www.platinumed.com/scholarships
Post a selfie or photo to any of your social media platforms THAT INCLUDE the hashtags #PlatinumEdScholarships and #FutureHealthcareProvider.
Lastly, upload your public POST link (NOT YOUR PROFILE LINK) on this web page, along with the application and waiver release form, and you will be entered into our scholarship drawing!
The submission deadline is July 28, 2023, by 5 PM EST. NO EXCEPTIONS!
The WorkInvestNH-EMT Training Incentive Program is now live! In an effort to help the New Hampshire EMS System RECRUIT and RETAIN additional Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT), the State of New Hampshire has created a new program that will pay for EMT and Advanced EMT initial training; will offset a portion of wages paid to new employees; and will pay employees an incentive to remain in a position requiring an EMT Licensure.
This free program helps young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 decide on a career pathway, provide the financial, material and academic support necessary to earn a credential in the chosen career path, and help them find a job in that field afterwards! To find out if you qualify for tuition assistance through NH JAG, call 603-647-2300.
Currently, we are partnering with NH JAG to put students through our EMT course.
Creating a roadmap to successful employment after a setback can seem overwhelming on your own, but with support and guidance, you can re-enter the workforce with a new set of skills and confidence for sustained success. The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides eligible adults with professional career counseling and access to a wide range of employment and training related services. This helps participants increase their earning potential and helps NH employers meet their workforce needs.
How to Apply
To schedule a meeting with a WIOA Employment Counselor, please call your local NH Works office Monday–Friday from 8:00 AM–4:30 PM. WIOA services are available statewide in all 12 NH Works offices.
WorkNowNH is a FREE state program brought to you by the New Hampshire Department of Employment Security that is available to individuals enrolled in Medicaid or receiving SNAP or TANF benefits. The program provides support and assistance to qualified individuals in order to become job ready and to connect with hiring employers in order to enter into sustainable employment.
NHES will determine program eligibility and provide assessment and case management services. WorkNowNH can provide the following employment supports for eligible participants.
Available to businesses or co-applicants physically located in NH and businesses intending to physically locate in New Hampshire
The business must pay quarterly taxes into the NH Unemployment Trust Fund
The business must be in compliance with state laws and regulations
Available for existing workers who are either resident of New Hampshire or who work at a business or co-applicant that is located or intends to locate within the state
We proudly accept VA and Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits, please contact us for more information.
The NAEMT Foundation works to strengthen and build a better future for EMS through funding EMS education and research. One of the challenges facing EMS today is recruitment and retention of EMS practitioners. In an effort to address this challenge, the NAEMT Foundation is offering scholarship opportunities to individuals interested in pursuing a career in EMS.
Applications are accepted between March 1 and April 30 (closes at midnight EST), and scholarships are awarded in June.
The following scholarships are available for individuals wishing to attend an EMS school or program to become certified as an:
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Amount of Award: up to $1,000, based on the cost of the EMS program and one-year NAEMT student membership.
APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is the largest provider of publicly available scholarships in New Hampshire, awarding more than $7 million to more than 1,600 promising students each year.
Because people cared
The 429 scholarship funds at the Foundation were created by generous donors who wanted to help the next generation of New Hampshire students reach their full potential.
Promise + need = scholarship
We are committed to finding and funding the most promising students with the greatest financial need. Scholarships are awarded to students for professional certificate programs, licensure, two- and four-year undergraduate degrees and graduate school.
Children of career or volunteer Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Paramedics or firefighters can apply for financial support to ease the financial burden associated with the EMT or Paramedic education process. Bound Tree began the Legacy Scholarship Program in 2004 as a way to give back to EMS providers and their families. Since the program’s inception, Bound Tree has awarded scholarships to more than 500 future EMTs and paramedics pursuing educational programs nationwide.
May 19, 2023: Scholarship applications and materials due
June 19, 2023: Decisions on scholarships are made
July 10, 2023: Notification to be received by candidates
This scholarship will be awarded to students of color who are not currently certificated as an EMS practitioner, based on the following criteria:
Commitment to entering the EMS profession;
Service to their community; and
Ability to serve as a positive ambassador for the EMS profession.