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Biomagnetic Therapy Association

Biomagnetic Therapy Association

PO Box 394
Lyons, CO 80540
Ph: (303)823-0307
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.biomagnetic.org

William Philpott Scholarships (All/Scholarship)

Purpose: To encourage educational pursuits among Biomagnetic Therapy Association members who are pursuing certification as a Biomagnetic Specialist at the Biomagnetic Institute. Focus: Therapy. Qualif.: Applicants must be enrolled at a post-secondary institution and must be pursuing certification as a Biomagnetic Specialist at the Biomagnetic Institute. Criteria: Selection is based on ability to complete the program successfully as well as on the applicants' ability to share Biomagnetic Therapy with their communities.

Funds Avail.: Varies. To Apply: Applicants must submit a copy of their personal information through e-mail indicating their names, e-mails, addresses and phone numbers and their answers to the question: “Why should you be honored with the scholarship”. Contact: BTA at the above address (see entry 1711).

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