Here are a few website with the information that can give you some examples of where you could work. However you would be able to work anywhere that is in a Rural or Underserved Area in Colorado
To check a specific address to see whether or not it is underserved. -Click Here
Colorado Community Health Network - http://cchn.org/map.php
Metro Community Provider Netowrk - mcpn.org
The following map can help you visualize MUAs around Colorado
Yes, you would recieve funding for the year you have left, and would still be required to work in a rural/ underserved community in Colorado for 2 years.
Please write a one page essay (1000 words or less) that describes your experiences in a rural and/or urban underserved community or why you would want to serve in the rural setting. The essay should include a description of your future plans for practice and be as specific as possible. Please include relevant volunteering experiences. Prefered file upload format is .pdf. We will also accept .doc and .docx files. If you have any trouble uploading contact email@example.com
Our Scholarship funds cannot be applie to academic years that you have already taken.
You can still apply, it will not hurt or help your chance to get a new scholarship.
Only graduate level or higher programs will be accepted. The scholarship program will be around until 2016 so check back once you are done with your bachelors degree on how to apply.
No, The scholarship will be awarded to the students who demonstrate commitment to rural health care in their essay.
There is not a hard deadline when you have to have a job after school, but the important thing will be to remain in communication about your status and where you have applied.
You have to find your own job in a rural/underserved community. If you are having trouble we will do our best to help