Announces Scholarship for Students at Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools has released its list of the Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools, as well as a new scholarship program for students who attend the featured schools. Announces Scholarship for Students at Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools
Vista, CA, August 31, 2018 --(, a free online resource for students training for careers in healthcare, has announced its list of the Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools for 2018-19, and a new scholarship program for their students.

The Top 40 Scholarship awards $500 to the current, or future student at any of the featured schools who submits the best 500-word essay on the healthcare career he or she is pursuing.

Additional eligibility requirements for the award are that the applicant must be 1) at least 18 years of age, 2) have completed high school or the G.E.D., and 3) be enrolled in a healthcare program for the Fall 2019 semester at one of the schools featured on’s list of Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools.

“As soon as we compiled our list of the Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools in the country, we realized that we wanted to do something more to bring recognition to these fine institutions,” said Matt Bromley, owner and webmaster. “There are so many people out there who would like to work in healthcare, but think that they can’t afford the required education. By offering a $500 scholarship to students who attend one of the schools on our list, we’re making it possible for one lucky student to receive a quality education at a very minimal cost.”

The schools featured on Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools list are shown below.

1. Pickaway Ross Joint Vocational School District (Chillicothe, OH)
2. Davis Techical College (Kaysville, UT)
3. Southern Regional Technical College (Thomasville, GA)
4. Wiregrass Georgia Technical College (Valdosta, GA)
5. Albany Technical College (Albany, GA)
6. Olney Central College (Olney, IL)
7. Atlanta Technical College (Atlanta, GA)
8. Central Georgia Technical College (Warner Robins, GA)
9. Lincoln Trail College (Robinson, IL)
10. Bates Technical College (Tacoma, WA)
11. Spartanburg Community College (Spartanburg, South Carolina)
12. Coastal Pines Technical College (Waycross, GA)
13. George C Wallace Community College – Dothan (Dothan, AL)
14. Frontier Community College (Fairfield, IL)
15. Northeast Alabama Community College (Rainsville, AL)
16. Union County College (Cranford, NJ)
17. Carroll Community College (Westminster, MD)
18. Wabash Valley College (Mount Carmel, IL)
19. Georgia Northwestern Technical College (Rome, GA)
20. South Plains College (Levelland, TX)
21. Middlesex Community College (Middletown, CT)
22. Manchester Community College (Manchester, CT)
23. Erie Community College (Buffalo, NY)
24. Cleveland Community College (Shelby, NC)
25. Pickens Technical College (Aurora, CO)
26. College of San Mateo (San Mateo, CA)
27. Nassau Community College (Garden City, NY)
28. Middlesex Community College (Bedford, MA)
29. Baltimore City Community College (Baltimore, MD)
30. Lansing Community College (Lansing, MI)
31. North Central State College (Mansfield, OH)
32. Florence-Darlington Technical College (Florence, SC)
33. Camden County College (Blackwood, NJ)
34. St. Clair County Community College (Port Huron, MI)
35. City Colleges of Chicago – Richard J Daley College (Chicago, IL)
36. New River Community and Technical College (Beaver, WV)
37. Central Virginia Community College (Lynchburg, VA)
38. Morton College (Cicero, IL)
39. Washtenaw Community College (Ann Arbor, MI)
40. Gadsden State Community College (Gadsden, AL)

Applications for the Top 40 Affordable Healthcare Schools Scholarship may be submitted online anytime between September 1, 2018 and April 30, 2019. The winner will be chosen during the first week in May 2019, and will be notified via email by May 15, 2019.

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