The GE-NMF Primary Care Leadership Program application is now open. Please see application checklist and selection information below.
Please complete the entire form and include all uploads and attachments as required. Applicants must submit information in all required fields or the application will not be formally submitted.
Applicants are required to upload the following documents:
- Financial Documents
- Student Aid Report (SAR) from the US Department of Education
- Documentation of Loan History (current and undergraduate) from the National Student Loan Data System
- Academic Documents
- NMF Financial Aid Transcript: Please click here for form.
- Official Letter of Financial Aid Award Offer
- Official (current) Professional School Transcript
- Personal Documents
- Verification of Citizenship: Acceptable forms of proof of citizenship include a scanned copy of one of the following:
- A US birth certificate
- A current US passport
- USCIS certificate of naturalization
- Voter's registration card (accompanied by a picture ID)
- Short Biography: A sample of the short biography is provided here.
- Personal Statement Questions:
- Why are you applying for this scholarship? (1,500 character limit)
- Leadership in Community Health Centers: Describe the role of leadership in the management and delivery of healthcare in the context of CHCs? What are the two most important aspects of leadership for effective management of a CHC? (3,000 character limit)
Applications must also include two letters of recommendation. Applicants will specify the names and contact information for their recommenders. Instructions for submission of letters by recommenders are included during the application process.
NMF objectively reviews each of the applications based on the candidate's credentials and financial need. NMF staff conducts the first review of applications. A national review panel completes a final review of applications. A rigorous application process ensures that assistance is provided to applicants with the greatest documented need and strongest commitment to primary care and public health.