[Physci_undergrad] FW: Medical School Scholarship Program
gergel at physci.ucla.edu
Wed Mar 29 09:42:36 PST 2006
YOU HANDLE THE CLASSES. WE'LL HANDLE THE BILLS.
Getting into medical school is a huge accomplishment, but perhaps the
biggest challenge is paying for it. That's where the U.S. Army can help.
We can provide a scholarship of up to four years: that means full tuition
and reimbursement for certain books, equipment and academic fees. Add a
monthly stipend of $1,279.00 to help with day-to-day expenses and you'll be
graduating with a degree, not a debt.
The Army has a program in which you could reserve a scholarship until you
are accepted into the Medical School of your choice. This particular
program is the Automatic Acceptance Criteria (AAC). You must be a U.S.
Citizen, have scored at least 29 on the MCAT, and have a minimum GPA of 3.5.
You must also be physically qualified. With this you can have a scholarship
with your name on it held just for you!
A letter like this can never do justice to all the facets of the Army
Medical Corps - and all the opportunities it could afford someone of your
Contact me today and discover more about how the U.S. Army could boost both
your career and your bank account. I can also put you in touch with a
physician who can tell you firsthand what it's like to be part of the Army
Health Care Team.
I look forward to meeting with you soon.
Christopher A. Herring
U.S. Army Health Care Recruiter
400 Corporate Pointe, Ste. 570
Culver City, CA 90230
Christopher.Herring at usarec.army.mil
Phone: (877) 725-1399 Cell
(310) 216-4433 Office Fax: (310) 216-2922
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