Deadline for Application: December 31, 2016 (postmarked or email date)
Scholarship awarded Jan-Feb, 2017
Congratulations on your pursuit of a career as a PA and your success in the PA program. As a student member of CAPA, you are eligible to apply for a CAPA scholarship. CAPA currently offers 3 scholarships. Please choose the scholarship most suited for you and apply for only one scholarship. Applicants must be a student of a primary care PA Program located in the state of California, and meet all the eligibility requirements for each scholarship to qualify.
The PA student must:
Ray Dale served as Executive Officer of the Physician Assistant Committee from 1980-2000, and was instrumental in the development and growth of CAPA as an organization representing our profession. Working with the Department of Consumer Affairs, he would give CAPA good counsel and support regarding legislative issues. He contributed his time and his efforts to the growth of the PA profession and protection of its consumers.
This scholarship honoring Ray Dale will be awarded to a student demonstrating good academic standing and pursuing activities to promote the PA profession.
Ruth Webb served as program director for the Charles R. Drew University PA Program for several years, and was actively involved with numerous local, state, and national professional organizations. She was not one to sit back and let others do the work. She took a very active role doing committee work. She served as Vice Chair of the Board on Medical Quality Assurance, member of the Physician Assistant Examining Committee, member of the California Council Of PA and NP programs, and founding member of the LA County Joint Practice Advisory Council on NPs and PAs. Known for “keeping it real,” she would do whatever it took to help students achieve the goal of becoming PAs.
This scholarship honoring Ruth Webb will be awarded to a minority student demonstrating good academic standing and pursuing activities to promote the PA profession. A minority student is a student with the ethnic background of African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Alaskan Native, Native American or Hispanic/Latin American.
This scholarship will be awarded to a student who is currently in good academic standing and has demonstrated community outreach and other philanthropic activities as a student.
Scholarships will be granted based on decisions by the Scholarship Committee, a subcommittee of the Student Affairs Committee
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