Each year the Grays Harbor Neighborhood Hospital (GHCH) Structure partners with the Grays Harbor College Structure (GHC Structure) to award the Grays Harbor Neighborhood Health Center Auxiliary Scholarships and the Grays Harbor Neighborhood Health Center Foundation Medical Scholarships.
We are profoundly proud to reveal that Samantha Rasler and Chyanne Subjack are this year’s recipients of the $2000 Grays Harbor Community Hospital Structure Medical Scholarship, and Joan Chapin and Kristina Culver are this year’s receivers of the $1000 Grays Harbor Neighborhood Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship.
The GHCH Foundation is grateful for the work GHC Structure does to make the scholarship choices. With numerous incredible students and so much need in our community we understand the choice procedure can not be simple. “Our scholarship program is among the important things we are most proud to be able to use our neighborhood. While so much of our work is related directly to client care at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, these scholarship programs assist trainees with an interest in healthcare. It broadens the scope of how we support healthcare and our neighborhood hospital” Charlie Quigg, Foundation Board Chair
The intent of the Grays Harbor Health Center Structure Medical Scholarship is to offer need based trainees funds to further their education in the medical field, with the hope that these trainees will stay in the neighborhood and work at Grays Harbor Community Hospital. A minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0, majoring in the medical field, full time participation and financial requirement are requirements.
The Grays Harbor Neighborhood Medical Facility Auxiliary Scholarship is scheduled to support trainees taking coursework in the medical field. Receivers of this award need to have completed 50 hours of volunteer services at GHCH East or West School within the year prior. A minimum Grade Point Average of 2.5, learning nursing or medical field, and full-time presence are required. This year the receivers satisfy all requirements other than the 50 hours of volunteer service at the hospital, due to COVID-19, however we decided it was very important continue supporting trainees in our community, particularly in these tough times.
Instead of the normal awards ceremony, due to COVID-19, this year’s receivers provided letters of thanks and consisted of a bit about themselves. Said Lisa J. Smith
Executive Director of the GHC Structure and Director of College Advancement, “We have actually delighted in reading the letters that trainees have actually sent out in and how donors like you are supporting them throughout a really challenging time in their lives. Thank you for being a part of what makes our community and college so fantastic!”
The Grays Harbor Community Healthcare facility Structure is grateful for the chance and capability to be able to help trainees in our neighborhood to go to Grays Harbor College. Our whole region is benefitted by have the college here to assist prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s work.