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St. Luke's Volunteer Memorial Scholarship

Pursuing a health care career? You may qualify.

St. Luke's Volunteer Service Guild is pleased to award scholarships to students pursuing a health care career. Scholarship applicants must:

  • Reside in a community where St. Luke's has a presence
  • Be accepted and presently enrolled in an accredited health care program
    Accredited health care programs include: University of Minnesota Duluth, Lake Superior College, the College of St. Scholastica and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (Superior Campus).

  • Have completed one semester of post-secondary academic work in their accredited health care program prior to applying

  • Meet GPA requirements

Instructions & General Information

Please read all information concerning St. Luke's Volunteer Memorial Scholarship. Applications not fully completed will not be reviewed.

  • The application must be typed and completed in full
  • Do not include a resume
  • Attach an unofficial transcript or cumulative record
  • Three (3) recommendations must be submitted using the appropriate forms. Recommendations must include:
    • One post-secondary education instructor in the health care field
    • One employer or volunteer director
    • One personal reference

The St. Luke's Volunteer Memorial Scholarship application is available here.

Application Deadline

  • Applications will be accepted between January 8 and March 8, 2019.
  • All application materials, including recommendation forms, must be received at St. Luke's before 4:00 p.m. on March 8, 2019.

Volunteer Services Guild Scholarship Committee
St. Luke's Hospital
915 East First Street
Duluth, MN 55805

Or email to Sue.Cooper@slhduluth.com.

Award Notification

The recipient of a scholarship award will be notified in April, 2019. St. Luke's Volunteer Service Guild Board intends to award one $1,000 scholarship to an undergraduate student, one $1,000 scholarship to a graduate level student, and one $500 scholarship to a student in a one to two year program. The award will be paid directly to the school/program in which the recipient is enrolled.