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Standard Process Inc. Awards Scholarships to Future Doctors

Three New York Chiropractic College students received scholarship money to help them achieve their degrees in chiropractic care and acupuncture 

New York Chiropractic College Provost Michael Mestan, D.C., presents chiropractic student Brittany Elmlinger her Standard Process scholarship.

New York Chiropractic College Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine student Molly Eppley received a $2,500 scholarship from Standard Process.

Chiropractic student Tracy Debi (right) accepts her Standard Proess scholarship from New York Chiropractic College President Frank Nicchi, D.C.

PALMYRA, Wis. (September 14, 2015)— For the past five years Standard Process Inc. has awarded scholarships to students at New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). This year, Standard Process gave $6,500 in scholarship money to three NYCC students who believe in the fundamental connection between nutrition and health.

“We are pleased we can provide scholarships to students who are committed to practicing holistic healthcare,” said chiropractor John Nab, director of professional development at Standard Process. “We believe these students will serve as catalysts, sparking positive lifestyle changes in their patients.”

Each year Standard Process provides a $2,000 scholarship to three chiropractic students at NYCC and a $2,500 scholarship to an acupuncture and oriental medicine student enrolled in NYCC’s Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

This year, two of the three chiropractic scholarships have been awarded to students. The winners, Tracy Debi and Brittany Elmlinger, are seventh trimester chiropractic students. Third trimester student Molly Eppley received the $2,500 acupuncture scholarship.

“I was pleased to receive the Standard Process scholarship,” said Eppley when it was presented to her. “It will help defer the cost of my education and will make a big difference for the upcoming trimester.”

Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for a Standard Process scholarship:

  • Have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher
  • Provide a list of their contributions to the profession, the college and the community
  • Provide a letter of recommendation

Each qualified applicant must also answer an essay question that applies to their field of study. Debi and Elmlinger were selected as the scholarship recipients based on their essays about how they would embrace the philosophy of “Feed the Body. Feel the Difference.” Eppley’s essay question asked her to describe how she considers nutrition to be a pillar of traditional Chinese medicine.

Later this year, Standard Process will award the third $2,000 chiropractic scholarship. The scholarships are announced during NYCC’s annual seventh trimester transition ceremony, held three times per year.

Providing scholarships to students studying holistic healthcare fits with the mission of Standard Process. The whole food nutrient solutions company is committed to working with NYCC and other academic institutions to develop and improve nutrition curriculum so future healthcare providers are empowered with the nutritional knowledge to help transform lives.

If you are interested in learning more about this scholarship program and others offered by Standard Process, contact Lisa Hackett, professional development coordinator, at 800-848-5061, or by email at lhackett@standardprocess.com.

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