Scholarships & Mentoring
DHTI offers scholarships if funds are available.
The goal of the scholarship program is to provide financial support to our program participants to help them advance to the next career level. This might include, paying for licensing fees, credit evaluation, a licensing test preparation course, graduate school entrance exam fees (i.e. GRE, GMAT), books and supplies, or tuition for an allied health program, etc.
Another goal of the scholarship program is to encourage program alumni to be a part of furthering DHTI’s mission and vision as volunteers to serve as a Peer Mentor. Guidelines for being a peer mentor are reviewed and modified each year.
Type of Scholarships offered
The following scholarships are offered:
Tier 1: Up to $3000 for enrollment into an allied health program
Tier 2: Up to $1000 for licensing, equivalent credential evaluation, and standardized test fees
Tier 3: Up to $500 for books & supplies for an Allied Health Program
Note: Only one application will be accepted for one of the three scholarship categories