Tylenol Scholarship Advantages
The Tylenol Scholarship is an appealing private scholarship to consider for students pursuing a medical related degree:
- Well funded. For instance, in 2010 $250,000 was awarded.
- Higher average grants for college. In 2010, $5,000 and $10,000 awards were granted.
- Less generic criteria. While still generalized to the growing medical field those with academic and leadership strengths can differentiate themselves.
- Wide eligibility. Any student pursuing a medical degree including health administration may apply. Also students from vocational schools, two year programs, traditional 4 year degree programs and graduate school degrees.
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