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Standard Process Inc. Awards SACA Scholarships


Pictured left to right: Stephanie Johnson; Darci Robertson; Kelly Golob; Stanton Hom; and Sarah Hjerjo receive their Standard Process SACA scholarship checks at the National Chiropractic Legislative Conference held in Washington D.C., February 24-27, 2010.

PALMYRA, Wis. (March 11, 2010)—Standard Process Inc. awarded $10,000 in student scholarships at the National Chiropractic Legislative Conference (NCLC), held in Washington D.C., February 24-27, 2010.

Three students received $2,500 scholarships: Kelly Golob, a student at Southern California University of Health Sciences, and Darci Robertson and Stephanie Johnson, both students at Palmer College of Chiropractic-West. The fourth scholarship was split between Southern California University of Health Sciences student Stanton Hom, and Northwestern Health Sciences University student Sarah Hjerjo, due to a tie. Each received a $1,250 scholarship. Winning essays can be viewed online at

"We were impressed by the high quality of all the applications," said Dr. Mary Beth Larsen, Standard Process' chiropractic relations manager. "While that made the selection process challenging, it was exciting to see how bright future of chiropractic looks."

This was the second year Standard Process presented the scholarships. Hom also won the scholarship in 2009. Essays were reviewed by an independent panel of five reviewers.

To be eligible to win a scholarship, applicants must be an active member of the Student American Chiropractors Association (SACA), submit his or her current curriculum vitae, craft a 500-word essay on the role of nutrition in the chiropractic practice, and attend the 2010 NCLC.


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