Path to True Success Scholarship Application


  • A 500-1,000-word essay discussing your knowledge of Federally Qualified Health Centers(FQHC’s) and how your career will impact the community.
  • Two (2) letters of reference from nonfamily member. High school students require one letter of reference from a counselor or instructor.
  • Documentation on organizational letterhead of 75 hours of community service, 20 hours with True Health is preferred. Employees must complete 75 hours of community service outside of True Health. Service must be completed within two calendar years prior to application date.
  • Resume
  • Acceptance letter to vocational program, community college, or 4-year institution.

The 2024 application cycle for the Path to True Success Scholarship has closed. 2024 scholarship recipients will be notified by email.

General Information

Educational Institution Information

Application Statement

The information provided in my application is, to the best of my knowledge, complete and accurate and I understand that false statements on this application will disqualify me from the scholarship.
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2023 Path to True Success Scholarship Recipients

Zanisha Premilien

"My name is Zanisha Premilien, and I'm honored to be one of this year's recipients of the True Health Path to True Success Scholarship. Thanks to your donation, I can continue my education at Valencia College. When I attended my first day of nursing, I was absolutely unsure of how I was going to afford to get through the rest of the four-semester program. I held back tears in my financial advisor's office as I tried to weigh my options for paying for school. The email confirming that I had been awarded the True Health Path to True Success Scholarship was one of the most unexpected things that have ever happened to me. I was so overwhelmed with joy and disbelief that I might have read that email about 50 times. This scholarship is one of the most significant things that could have happened to me. It will allow me to focus solely on school now without the worry about how I will continue to pay for my education."

Sara Almowasi

"This scholarship also has a profound impact on my career aspirations, as public service opportunities are often unpaid and highly selective. As I look toward the future, I’m empowered to pursue opportunities with more regard towards community needs rather than personal finances. Particularly, I am excited to work directly with legislative offices to address pressing public health challenges like substance use. As a low-income, first-generation student, college felt like a distant dream, let alone at an Ivy League institution. I am continually inspired by the generous support I’ve received throughout my journey from organizations such as True Health. I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity to continue my academic and professional goals to advocate for policies that can better our community."

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