Two $5,000 Graduate/Professional Mental Health Scholarships- April 1st Deadline

Nominate qualified candidates to compete for Central Scholarship’s  mental health scholarship awards.  Central Scholarship, founded in Baltimore in 1924, awards $1 million in scholarships to vocational, undergraduate, graduate and professional students annually.

Richard Louis Caplan Memorial Scholarship for the Advancement of Personality Disorder Treatment
Eligible students meet the following criteria:

  •  Are Masters or Doctoral students aspiring to advance in the field of Mental Health
  • Have a track record of dedication in a clinical area treating patients with personality disorders (schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and depression, etc.)
  • Are US Citizens or legal permanent residents
  • Have attained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Have an Adjusted Gross Income of less than $91,000
  • Are Maryland Residents

Leonard and Helen L. Stulman Endowed Scholars Program (Mental Health)

Eligible students meet the following criteria:

  • Must agree to work full-time as a bilingual specialist in a mental health field for one year in Maryland for each year funded
  • Are fluent in English and Spanish
  • Are currently enrolled or enrolling in a full-time MSW program or other masters degree program in a mental health field in MD/DC
  • Are US Citizens or legal permanent residents
  • Have attained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Have an Adjusted Gross Income of less than $91,000
  • Will consider those who are not Maryland residents. Must work in MD if funded.
Our application deadline is April 1st. Students who apply for either of the above scholarships may also be considered for any of up to 40 additional scholarship programs. Students may also opt-in for an interest free loan program; however, this program is competitive and not guaranteed. Our application can be accessed at www.central-scholarship.org.