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 any healthcare profession within the Inland Southern California area.
RMCCF will award up to ten (10) $500 scholarships to be distributed in the Spring. Scholarships can only be awarded a maximum of once per applicant.
Funds can be used for college application fees, supplies, or costs related to the study of their chosen field.
Examples of healthcare professions include:
Physician, Physician Assistant, Nurse, Pharmacist, Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Chiropractor, Biomechanist, Exercise Physiologist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Personal Trainer, Physical Education Teacher, Recreation Director, Athletic Administrator, Coach, Sports Marketing Professional, Event Manager, Compliance Coordinator, Health Educator, Public Health Specialist, Food Scientist, Radiology Tech, Athletic Trainer, Speech Language Pathologist, Speech Language Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, Firefighter.
- Must be a resident of Riverside County and 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 minimum word essay
- Must submit three letters of reference
- Must have a weighted Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher
- Must submit current unofficial/official transcripts
Thank you to all who applied for our 2021 scholarship awards!
Congrats to our 2021 RMCCF College Scholarship Winners
Christopher Enriquez, Shadow Hills High School
Ariana Medina, Cathedral City High School
Kayla Mendez, Canyon Springs High School
Marcos Mendoza, Hemet High School
Sofia Mirabal, Heritage High School
Angela Ogbogu, John W. North High School
Natalie Paul, Crossroads Christian High School
Melissa Plata, West Valley High School
Samuel Reantaso, Beaumont High School
Valeria Vera, Perris High School
Scholarship advisory committee members must be able to make independent decisions on behalf of the scholarship fund and the Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation without potential or perceived influence caused by a conflict of interest.
They must evaluate the eligibility of all applicants without bias and make selection recommendations based on the established objective criteria for the scholarship. Advisory committee members should avoid any situation where personal and business relationships could have, or give the appearance of having, undue influence on the member’s judgment in matters under consideration. In case of a potential conflict of interest, the member shall declare the conflict, and refrain from participating in the discussions and decision-making process.
Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of any applicable protected classification including, but not limited to, race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations. These activities and operations include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, advertising for available scholarships, selection of scholarship recipients, and the provision of related services. Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of its staff, volunteers, vendors, applicants, and scholarship recipients.
Questions? Contact Foundation Program Coordinator by email or 951-321-6513.