American Assembly of Men in Nursing
AAMN Scholarships

Thank you for your interest in AAMN Scholarships. The AAMN Foundation is pleased to offer educational scholarships which are made possible through the generosity of our AAMN members and the benevolent giving of select groups of donors.
Our ability to offer scholarships is directly associated with the availability of funds. Therefore, scholarship applications are only accepted when funds are sufficiently available.

We do not have scholarship information from individual colleges and universities. Please check with your state nursing associations, financial aid offices/nursing program (if in school), and major hospitals in your area (may have a scholarship)

The following websites may also be of help: Discover Nursing.com, Nursing Scholarships.com, Nursing Scholarships Guide, and Male Nurse Scholarships Blog.

AAMN Scholarships

For the 2014 award year, the AAMN Foundation is sponsoring six $500.00 scholarships to Pre-Licensed Nursing Students who are also current members in AAMN and two $1000.00 scholarships to Graduate Nursing Students who are also current members in AAMN. These scholarships are open to male nursing students. Applications for these scholarships will open on April 1, 2014 and close on July 1, 2014.

Title Eligibility & Purpose Status
Jadeh Marselis-Moore
Student Nurse Essay Contest

$500 Undergraduate Scholarship
(est. 2007)
Applicant must be a CURRENT Member of the AAMN.
Applicant must be a MALE pre-licensed student enrolled in a licensed nursing program leading to NCLEX-RN eligibility.
Applicant must have completed at least one Academic Term in nursing program.
500 word student esssay "Why I Chose Nursing as a Career."
Opens on
April 1, 2014


Closes on
July 1, 2014.


1. Last awards given in 10/20/2013.
2. Winners will be announced
MurseWorld
Student Nurse Essay Contest
$500 Undergraduate Scholarships
(est. 2013)
Applicant must be a CURRENT Member of the AAMN.
Applicant must be a MALE pre-licensed student enrolled in a licensed nursing program leading to NCLEX-RN eligibility.
Applicant must have completed at least one Academic Term in nursing program.
500 word student esssay "Why I Chose Nursing as a Career."
Opens on
April 1, 2014


Closes on
July 1, 2014.


1. Last Award Given 10/20/2013 2013.
2. Winners will be announced
AAMN Foundation
Student Nurse Essay Contest
$500 Undergraduate Scholarships (6 avail)
Applicant must be a CURRENT Member of the AAMN.
Applicant must be a MALE pre-licensed student enrolled in a licensed nursing program leading to NCLEX-RN eligibility.
Applicant must have completed at least one Academic Term in nursing program.
500 word student esssay "Why I Chose Nursing as a Career."
Opens on
April 1, 2014


Closes on
July 1, 2014.


1. Last awards given 10/20/2013.
2. Winners will be announced
AAMN Foundation
Student Nurse Essay Contest
$1000 Graduate Scholarships (2 avail)
Applicant must be a CURRENT Member of the AAMN.
Applicant must be a MALE Graduate student.
Applicant must have a bachelor's degree in nursing.
500 word student esssay "Why I Chose Nursing as a Career."
Opens on
April 1, 2014


Closes on
July 1, 2014.


1. Last award given 10/20/2013.
2. Winners will be announced

Click here for the Criteria and Application Cover Sheet. Email all required forms and work to foundation@aamn.org with the subject line of: 2014 AAMN Scholarship Application: First and Last Name- Pre-Licensure / Graduate (select one). All forms must be submitted together no later than Midnight, July 1, 2014.
Incomplete cover sheets and scholarship applications will not be accepted

Winners of the 2013 AAMN
Awards and Scholarships

  • Jadeh Marselis-Moore Scholarship
    (click on the name of the writer to read the essay)
    • Ken Hashimoto
      Corona, CA
      Riverside City College, School of Nursing- Riverside, CA
  • MurseWorld Scholarship
    • Gerard Muench
      Long Valley, NJ
      Trinitas School of Nursing- Elizabeth, NJ
  • 2013 AAMN Foundation Scholarships:
    • Elton Joe
      White Hall, AR
      Kramer School of Nursing, Oklahoma City University- Oklahoma City, OK
    • Phillip Anthony Johns
      Indianapolis, IN
      Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, IN
    • Kaleb Bishop
      Nevada, MO
      Crowder College Nursing Program- Nevada, MO
    • William Wilcox
      Riverview, FL
      University of South Florida- Tampa, FL
    • Justin Cournoyer
      Durham, NC
      Duke University ABSN- Durham, NC
    • John Fitzhenry
      Philadelphia, PA
      Temple University Nursing Program- Philadelphia, PA
  • 2013 AAMN Foundation Graduate Scholarships:
    • Daniel Lose
      North Liberty, IA
      University of Iowa College of Nursing- Iowa City, IA
    • Kyle Martin
      Pamona, CA
      Western University of Health Sciences, College of Graduate Nursing- Pamona, CA


In addition, during the 2011 funding cycle, the Foundation awarded ten, $500.00 scholarships to schools designated by AAMN as "Best School or College for Men in Nursing". The schools are:

  • Duke University
  • East Carolina University
  • Excelsior College
  • Louisiana State University Science Center
  • Monterey Peninsula College
  • Ohio State University
  • Samuel Merrit University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Portland
  • University of Texas - Austin
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