Harrington Hospital Auxiliary 2024 Scholarship

The Harrington Hospital Auxiliary is delighted to announce the continuation of its annual scholarship program. In spite of the current restrictions related to the COVID virus and our limited ability to fundraise, we are still able to offer five $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing a career in health care.

All applications should be submitted electronically or postmarked by April 1, 2024.

Scholarship Application Information:

· Five (one year) scholarships will be awarded by The UMasss Memorial Health – Harrington Hospital Auxiliary in June of 2024. Each scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000.00.

Applicants must be planning to pursue a career in Health Care and must be accepted into an accredited Health Care Program.

To be eligible, all applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Reside in the UMass Memorial Health – Harrington Healthcare System service area.
  • Previous scholarship recipients may not apply.
  • Applicants must be graduating senior, high school graduate or a GED recipient, or an adult student from the community.
  • Applicants can be home educated provided the home schooling program has the approval of the local school board.
  • Hospital employees or relatives of employees may apply providing the above criteria is met.


  • A current TRANSCRIPT of your high school or college record, including grades, grade point average, and rank in-class (when applicable).
  • PSAT, SAT I or II, ACT scores, or other pertinent standardized test scores.
  • A personal (student written) ESSAY (on a separate sheet) describing why you wish to further your education in the field of Health Care.
  • TWO letters of reference. We request one letter from a faculty member, guidance counselor, or other school personnel. The second letter should be written by an individual who knows you from the workplace, church, organization, or volunteer organization
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