Written by Angela Caban,
The National Military Family Association has announced that Operation Homefront and the Saban Family Foundation will be introducing the 2011 Saban Military Wife Educational Scholarship.
This scholarship will be offered to wives of service members to attend vocational training programs within the medical field. There will be a total of fifteen scholarships worth $8,500 each and five scholarships worth $10,000 each, in which will be awarded for the following vocational medical fields: dental assistant, medical assistant, medical billing and coding specialist, medical insurance technician, patient care assistant/technician, nurse assistant training program, and medical transcription. In addition to these there will also be two $30,000 scholarships in which will be awarded for tuition for more vocational nursing programs.
Applications are being accepted from March 1 – May 1, 2011. The scholarships will be awarded on July 1, 2011. If you wish to read more detailed information and apply for this scholarship, please visit the Operation Homefront website: http://www.operationhomefront.net/.
(Source: Operation Homefront, National Military Family Association)
For more on Angela Caban, visit her website at www.angelacaban.com.
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