MicroHealth Foundation Scholarship

The MicroHealth Foundation was established in 2020 with the intention of supporting the educational pursuits of college-age students in the Greater Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. The Foundation seeks to reward the merit of aspiring college students and do its part to reduce the immense financial burden they face. These students will be recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. Applications may be submitted to [email protected]croHealthllc.com.


The MicroHealth Foundation will consider applicants from a range of backgrounds, from high school seniors seeking assistance with the financial burden of their undergraduate education, to current undergraduate students, and students who are seeking a postgraduate or professional degree at an HBCU.
To be eligible for consideration from the MicroHealth Foundation, applicants must provide evidence that they are accepted to or enrolled in their chosen college or university for the upcoming semester.

Application Process

The Foundation will accept applications starting June 1st and going through August 15th via email to [email protected]. Once submitted, applicants may not amend their submissions, but may be contacted regarding any remaining questions. Applicants will be notified whether they have been selected to receive scholarships by August 31st, and scholarship checks will be mailed to colleges afterwards.

Application Requirements

  • Academic Information (copy of transcript)
  • Letter of Acceptance or Proof of Attendance to University/College
  • Resume detailing academic history, extracurricular and leadership activities, sports, community service, or work experience, as applicable
  • SAT/ACT Score Report (for applicants in high school)
  • 1 Personal Statement
    – A statement that helps us get to know them better, about their background, personal experiences, talents, interests, personal, educational, or professional goals and how they view themselves at this point in their lives (400-700 words).