Skaggs Foundation is committed to reducing the financial barrier for local individuals pursuing or advancing careers in the medical field.
Between Sept. 11 and Oct. 25, Skaggs Foundation will accept scholarship applications for the spring 2024 semester.
“Our scholarship program is a win-win for the community,” explains Grace Nash, who oversees Skaggs Foundation’s scholarship program. “We are empowering individuals to reach their full potential while doing our part to help fill vacancies in the local healthcare industry with quality, highly skilled individuals.”
To qualify, scholarship applicants need to have and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better; be a resident of Stone or Taney counties in Missouri or Boone County, Ark.; or be an employee or immediate family member of an employee of Cox Medical Center Branson.
Since the scholarship fund was established, Skaggs Foundation has awarded $496,700 to students.
To learn more about Skaggs Foundation’s scholarship program, or to apply, visit our scholarship page.