Applications are now available and will be accepted through March 30. Click the scholarship tab for the application and more information.
The 2017 Confluence Health Foundation Scholarship applications will be available March 1-31.
- Over $50,000 in award money
- Multiple Awards
- Confluence Health employee scholarships
- BSN Completion for Chelan/Douglas County RN
- RN Mentoring Scholarship
2016 Scholarship Award Recipients
Front row l to r – Rachel Kelly- CWH, Jessica Vega – CWH, Jennifer Van Hoven – CWH, Isabel Rodriguez – WVH, DeAnna Griggs – CH, Jeremy Coble – CWH, Ada Gutierrez – CWH, Trisha Ward – CWH, Debby Martin – CH
Back Row l to r – Ed Arilliano – CWH, Katherine Repp – CWH, Tamaris Clark – CWH, Allison Neher, Kate Kraemer – CH, Daniel Oleynik – CWH, Derek Bergan – CWH, Amanda Roy – CWH, Kai Folke – CWH, Kelsey Cibicki – CWH, Trisha Johnson – CH, Mylee Huber – WVH
Not pictured – Suzanne Arciga – CH, Anahi Avelar – CWH, Amanda Cortes – CWH, Yolanda Jimenez – CWH, Kirsi Jones – CWH, Mellissa Kampling – CWH, Rachel McLean – CWH, Karis McPherson, Kasandra Mendoza – CWH, Christy Monnot – CWH, Taylor Palm – CWH, Elizabeth Throneberry – CWH, Amalia Zapata – CWH
Congratulations to the 2016 Scholarship Recipients!
Since 1985, Confluence Health Foundation has awarded more than $925,000 in scholarship funds. Foundation programs, such as scholarships and Helping Our Peers in Emergencies (H.O.P.E.) are made possible by our many generous donors/employees of CWH, WVH and CH. The Foundation is pleased to announce that $52,175 was recently granted to 34 scholarship recipients.
Jean Wood Nursing – Allison Neher
The Jean Wood Scholarship was established through a gift from the Wood estate in 2002 to provide one year of tuition to a nursing student. Jean Wood was a nurse for over 30 years. Her career started in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II as a 2nd Lieutenant. After discharge, she continued her nursing career as a RN at St. Anthony’s Hospital and Rosewood Hospital and retired when Rosewood became Central Washington Hospital.
Margaret Weed Mentoring Scholarship – Karis McPherson
Originally established in 2003, the purpose of the Mentoring Scholarship is to encourage professional nursing development which ultimately translates into empowered practice and excellence in patient care. In 2006, the scholarship was renamed in memory of Margaret Weed, a teacher and Foundation Board member, who served as a mentor to many of her students.
Wenatchee Valley Street Rod Scholarship – Kelsey Cibicki, Kate Kraemer, Katherine Repp
Since 2001, the Wenatchee Valley Street Rods Club, a guild of the Foundation, has donated nearly $130,000 to the Hospital using proceeds from the Apple Run Car Show. The guild disbanded in 2013, but is still able to award scholarships from funds previously raised.
Dianne Kasnic Prinz – Daniel Oleynik
This scholarship is given in memory of Dr. Prinz, a scientist and NASA researcher. This award was established in 2004 to assist a registered nurse enrolled in a BSN program.
Career Assistance – Isabel Rodriguez
This scholarship was established in 2014, by Don and Tracey Kasnic, to give financial assistance to a current employee wanting to continue their education in a non-nursing healthcare field.
Confluence Health Foundation Employee Scholarship Recipients:
|Suzanne Arciga||Ada Gutierrez||Kasandra Mendoza|
|Edward Ariliano||Mylee Huber||Christy Monnot|
|Anahi Avelar||Yolanda Jimenez||Taylor Palm|
|Derek Bergan||Trisha Johnson||Katherine Repp|
|Kelsey Cibicki||Kirsi Jones||Amanda Roy|
|Tamaris Clark||Mellissa Kampling||Elizabeth Throneberry|
|Jeremy Coble||Rachel Kelly||Jennifer Van Hoven|
|Amanda Cortes||Kate Kraemer||Jessica Vega|
|Kai Folke||Deborah Martin||Trisha Ward|
|DeAnna Griggs||Kasandra Mendoza||Amalia Zapata|