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Standard Process Inc. Awards $2,000 Chiropractic Education Scholarship

Recipient is from Parker University

PALMYRA, Wis. (May 26, 2016)—Standard Process Inc. awarded a $2,000 scholarship to Charlsie Mitchell, a student attending Parker University (Parker) in Dallas, Texas. Standard Process, a visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions, awards scholarships to students pursuing future careers in chiropractic care.

“By receiving extra financial assistance, I am able to take advantage of opportunities that will enable me to be the best chiropractor I can be for my future patients,” said Mitchell, who is in her third trimester at Parker. “Thank you to Standard Process for this generous donation to my future."

Standard Process believes in the fundamental collaboration between chiropractic care, nutrition and healthy living. It created its scholarship program at Parker in 2009. The scholarships are open to students with at least three trimesters remaining before graduation.

In addition to an essay question pertaining to the health care field, applicants must:

  • Have a cumulative grade point average of a 2.9 or higher
  • Provide a list of their contributions to the profession, the college and the community
  • Provide a letter of recommendation
  • Submit a resume

Standard Process awards multiple scholarships each year. If you would like to learn more about scholarships offered by Standard Process, contact Lisa Hackett, professional development coordinator, at 800-848-5061, or by email at


About Standard Process Inc.

Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements...

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