The Alliance for Disability in Healthcare Education (ADHCE) is offering a scholarship to an individual or group of healthcare professional students (any discipline) with a program/project that enhances healthcare education in disabilities. We rely on our membership funds as well as donations to pay for these scholarships. The program/project should meet the following criteria:
Preference given to projects that provide community involvement and/or outreach.
Two Scholarships will be awarded at $750 each.
Projects Proposal (1-2 double-spaced pages)
1. Brief background, goal(s) and objectives
2. Description of ow the program/project addresses at least one of the the ADHCE Core Competencies
3. Implementation plan
4. Who will be involved in the program/project and their roles
Budget (one page)
Itemize expected expenses for the program or project. These could include costs of flyers/advertising for meetings, costs of materials, honoraria for speakers (if you have disability advocates as speakers, we expect reasonable honoraria), light snacks at a meeting. Provide information on the entity to which funds should be sent. This is preferably a department/philanthropy office/student aid office or similar. If unsure, please let us know.
Resume or CV from the person submitting the application
Letter of support from Faculty or Community Sponsor
Please contact Sarah Ailey at Sarah_H_Ailey@Rush.edu/312-942-3383 with any questions. The funds will be distributed to your school or community sponsor by June 15, 2023.
For the last four years, The Alliance for Disability in Healthcare Education (ADHCE) has offered scholarships to an individual or group of healthcare professional students (any discipline) with a program/project that enhances healthcare education in disabilities. The program/projects meet the following criteria:
The Alliance for Disability in Health Care Education, Inc. (ADHCE), is a “501 (c) (3) Public Charity” organization of healthcare educators and professionals who are working to integrate disability-related content and experiences into healthcare education and training programs.