About The Scholarship
This fund provides recognition and financial support to graduating juniors and seniors currently attending Riverside County high schools who want to pursue a career in the medical field within the Inland Southern California area.
Funds can be used for college application fees, supplies or costs related to the study of their chosen field.
- Must be a resident of Riverside County
- Must be enrolled in a Riverside County High School
- Must be enrolled in or currently applying for admittance to a Southern California healthcare program
- Must submit a 300 word essay
- Must submit three letters of reference
- Must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher
- Must submit current transcripts
Complete the online application form below to apply for the RMCCF College Scholarship Fund by April 12, 2019. Grantees will be notified by May 31, 2019.
Sorry, late applications cannot be accepted.
RMCCF will award up to ten (10) $500 scholarships to be distributed in the Spring.
2017 Scholarship Winners
- Alexandria Fajardo, from Indio High School
- Verenicee Flores, from Hemet High School
- Lizette Garcia, from John W. North High School
- Nataly Guido-Romero, from John W. North High School
- Rebecca Henein, from La Quinta High School
- Savannah Jackson, from Western Center Academy
- Maya El Jawhari, from Hillcrest High School
- Gabriela Navarro, from Hemet High School
- Gisselle Paez, from Elsinore High School
- Rocia Robles, from John W. North High School
2018 Scholarship Winners
- Aryn Arzu from Centennial High School
- Maria Bazan from Canyon Springs High School
- Montana Griff from Beaumont High School
- Breanna Lam from John F. Kennedy High School
- Bruce Mephors from John W. North High School
- Fernanda Mercado from Rancho Mirage High School
- Taylor Ogden from Lakeside High School
- Kristyn Reyes from Martin Luther King High School
- Olivia Tom from Great Oak High School