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Trinity Health Foundation names nursing scholarship recipients

The annual nursing scholarship application period is open from August to September and is funded through the nursing scholarship fund.

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MINOT, N.D. Trinity Health Foundation recently completed the latest round of scholarship interviews and has named the 2021 recipients.

A record number of applicants applied for the 2021 Trinity Foundation Nursing Scholarship, according to the company. Of the 68 applicants, 17 scholarships were awarded to nursing students throughout the region. Recipients each received $3,000 scholarships totaling $51,000 in awards.

The 2021 nursing scholarship recipients include the following:

Abigail Leet – Minot State University

Alessandra Sams – Minot State University

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Annie Koenig – University of Mary

Hailee Fletcher – Minot State University

Jenifer Marquez – Minot State University

Jessica Olafson – Dakota College at Bottineau

Jordyn Erickson – Williston State College

Leah Azure – Minot State University

Mercedes McKay – University of North Dakota

Michelle Hewitt – Dakota College at Bottineau

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Nolan Compere – Minot State University

Paige Rosencrans – North Dakota State University

Payton Erie – Dakota College at Bottineau

Praise Okunbor – Minot State University

Rachel Martinson – Minot State University

Rachel Thompson – Dakota College at Bottineau

Seraphine Abugiche – Lake Region State College

The annual nursing scholarship application period is open from August to September and is funded through the nursing scholarship fund that has been generously supported since its inception in 1995.

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Trinity Health Foundation, which was established in 1922 to assist in the establishment of the Trinity Hospital, said as the country continues to experience a shortage in nurses, the scholarship has served as an excellent recruiting tool for potential students in the field.

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