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Certified Lymphedema Therapist Scholarship Opportunity





The Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy is now accepting applications for the medi Certified Lymphedema Therapist Scholarship. If you or someone you know is interested in taking our Lymphedema Certification Course, please find information about the scholarship below as well as a link to the online application.


Vision


The scholarship program was created to address the significant need for well-trained lymphedema therapists. Both the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy and medi believe the pronounced lack of certified Lymphedema therapists is due in part to low awareness of the specialty among existing health care professionals. We believe that scholarships sponsored by dedicated industry leaders such as medi and the Norton School can draw attention to the overwhelming need for more education in the field. It is our sincere belief that this scholarship opportunity will allow talented and passionate health care professionals to pursue a rewarding career in lymphedema management.


The Scholarship


The medi Certified Lymphedema Therapist Scholarship will make awards to be applied toward the full lymphedema certification course with the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy. These awards will offset the cost of tuition for deserving applicants. The deadline for application is April 16. Applicants chosen to receive the scholarship may apply the award to any certification course within 12 months of the application deadline. Students wishing to apply for the scholarship may do so online by clicking below:


https://www.nortonschool.com/scholarship.html?utm_source=Norton+School+Contacts&utm_campaign=53d1b2afa8-NS-EMAIL-MEDI-SCHOLARSHIP-2021-Q1&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f25d39c319-53d1b2afa8-66427873


Applicants will be notified of the results during the third week of April.


We wish you the best of luck!

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