Educating the Minority Communities About Health Issues in the State of Arizona
The purpose of the Loreatha Williams Scholarship is to honor Loreatha Williams, a nursing pioneer in Arizona. Ms. Williams was born in Yuma, Arizona and moved to Phoenix after high school. She was the first African American graduate of the Good Samaritan School of Nursing. She pursued and received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Arizona State University. Ms.William worked at Maricopa Medical Center where she became one of the first African American nursing administrators. Ms. William Loreatha was one of the founding members of the Greater Phoenix Chapter of the Black Nurses Association. She was also active in the Arizona Nurses Association where she served as a delegate to several national meetings.
Applicants must be a resident of Arizona. All applications must be submitted on an original form. Deadline for application submission is July 1st.
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All applications must be submitted on an original form. Deadline for application submission is July 1st. Only those applications received on or before the application deadline will be reviewed.
Applicants will be required to submit documentation of enrollment and acceptance into a nursing program (LVN/LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN, etc.). Such documentation may include, but is not limited to, an official transcript, current course work, and certification of admission. Applicants may be enrolled part-time or full-time. Recipients may submit a new application each year as long as he or she is enrolled in an academic nursing program. Recipients of the Loreatha Williams Scholarship are highly encouraged to become a member of BNAGPA and take advantage of the opportunities for involvement with active participation on committees, and community group projects. We wish you success in your educational and career goals.
“The NBNA collaborative mentorship program is for the purpose of helping NBNA nurses/student nurses at various levels of their development. There are several levels of development in the nursing profession and every nurse can benefit from mentorship. In NBNA the three levels of mentoring are new nurses/student nurses, nurses transitioning into new nursing roles and nurses advancing into leadership roles.” - Dr. Eric Williams, President, NBNA