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CDC Foundation

CDC Foundation

55 Park Place, Ste. 400
Atlanta, GA 30303
Ph: (404)653-0790
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Free: 888-880-4CDC

CDC Foundation Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide an opportunity for third and fourth-year medical and veterinary students to gain public health experience in an international setting. Focus: Medicine; Veterinary science and medicine. Qualif.: Applicants must be attending an LCME-accredited medical school or an AVMA-accredited veterinary school; must be current or incoming third or fourth-year students; must be either U.S. citizens or valid greencard holders. Criteria: Applicants are evaluated based on financial need.

Funds Avail.: $3,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit all application materials on 8 1/2 “x 11” white paper, in triplicate, which includes three copies of the application form; two (2) letters of recommendation; current curriculum vitae; one personal statement; and signed insurance coverage statement.

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