For the staff and leadership of Lasting Impression Regenerative Medicine of New Jersey, investing in the next generation is a high priority. That’s why we offer an annual scholarship in the amount of $1500 to students who show an aptitude for regenerative medicine.
The scholarship is open to students 18 years or older, and are currently enrolled in an accredited college, community college, or university, or students who have been accepted by one of these institutions. The application deadline is December 31, 2022.
In providing this scholarship, Lasting Impression Regenerative Medicine aims to invest in a promising student and help them reach their potential. This scholarship award can encourage young adults to invest their own time and resources into their education and develop concrete goals for their future.
As a secondary purpose, we aim to highlight the contributions made in regenerative medicine and its role in the broader health sector. We hope that this annual scholarship will encourage more students to consider careers in the health and medical sectors, bringing further advances in the field of regenerative medicine and changing lives.
While this scholarship opportunity is for students with an interest in regenerative medicine, applicants of all backgrounds are still eligible to apply.
Applicants seeking to answer the essay above must also fulfill the following scholarship requirements:
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Applicants are required to show proof of enrollment in an accredited college, community college or university. High school seniors who meet the other requirements may also apply, provided they can provide a letter of acceptance from an accredited college, community college, or university.
All application materials, including the essay and supporting materials, must be received by 5:00 PM ET on December 31, 2022. Applications received after this deadline will not be eligible for review.
All applicants are required to submit an essay on the subject listed above. Essays will be evaluated on both content and style. Students should therefore ensure that their essays meet the following minimum requirements:
Essays should be sent as an attachment and the other required forms in their application email (see below under “How to Apply”). Applicants may submit their essays as a Microsoft Word document or a PDF. Any submission sent in a separate email apart from these other required documents may not be considered for this scholarship opportunity.
Plagiarism of any form will not be tolerated, and violating students will be disqualified from participating in the scholarship program for the current year as well as the future.
Applicants are encouraged to proofread their work carefully. Students must adhere to the length requirements, and excessively long essays may prevent students from receiving a full evaluation.
Once the application is submitted, follow-up messages may not receive a response. Be sure to attach the essay in the manner instructed below.
Scholarships will be awarded based on the applicant’s response to this year’s essay topic. Applicants must provide at least 1200 words in response to the following topic:
Regenerative therapies can bring new life to America’s aging population. Yet older individuals tend to face setbacks created by rising healthcare costs and insurance regulations. What strategies or processes would you propose, and why, to make regenerative medicine more accessible to everyone?
All essays must be 100% original work and meet the length requirements. Plagiarism of any variety will result in disqualification from this application process and all future scholarship awards. Essays must be received by December 31, 2022, along with additional documentation verifying the applicant’s eligibility for this year’s scholarship.
To apply for the 2022 scholarship, applicants must email email@example.com with a subject line of:
Lasting Impression Regenerative Medicine Scholarship Application
All emails should contain the following:
The documentation should verify the student’s enrollment in an accredited college, community college, university, or their acceptance by one of these educational institutions. Transcripts from the student’s high school or college can be submitted to verify the GPA requirements.
Applications must meet all of these qualifications in order to be considered. Applicants must submit their materials by the deadline of 5:00 PM ET on December 31, 2022. Applications that fail to meet any of these requirements or are received after this date will not be considered for the 2022 scholarship opportunity.
Essays will be evaluated by a panel from Lasting Impression Regenerative Medicine based on their adherence to the above requirements, as well as style and originality.
During this evaluation process, applicants are urged not to contact the scholarship foundation for additional news or updates. Doing so can jeopardize your scholarship eligibility.
A winner will be chosen no later than January 15, 2023. The winner will be contacted directly to confirm their scholarship acceptance. The student can choose to have either their name or initials displayed permanently on this page to honor their achievement.
If at any point the committee discovers that the applicant won through fraudulent means (e.g., plagiarism or forged transcripts) or otherwise failed to meet the scholarship requirements, the scholarship will be rescinded.
The award for the annual scholarship is $1500. Once the panel chooses a winner, Lasting Impression Regenerative Medicine will contact the winner’s academic institution to notify them of the student’s scholarship award. A check will be sent to the school’s financial aid office within 15 days of announcing the winner.