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Ingenovis Health Announces 2024 Scholarship Program

March 4, 2024

Now in its second year, the scholarship program continues the company’s commitment to supporting veterans and students in achieving and advancing their healthcare education.

 GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.-- Ingenovis Health, an industry leader in healthcare talent solutions, announced the 2024 Ingenovis Health Scholarship Program for a second year after launching the program in 2023. This program is part of the company’s commitment to fostering the growth and education of healthcare professionals.   This year’s program has been expanded to include allied health professionals, whose services are an important component of our nation’s healthcare system. In all, the scholarship program offers $100,000 to support 25 deserving students across four specialized categories.  The new category for allied health professionals demonstrates the industry’s growing dependence on these important roles. According to recent data the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration estimates that 60% of all healthcare professionals are allied health professionals, and the need for them is expected to grow by 23% by 2036.   "Investing in the future of the healthcare workforce by supporting the education of nursing and allied students is at the heart of what we do, and consistent with our purpose to build a home for healthcare talent," said Bart Valdez, CEO of Ingenovis Health. "We are proud to continue our tradition of nurturing the next generation of health professionals who will undoubtedly make significant contributions to the field."  Scholarship Program Overview: The 2024 Ingenovis Health Scholarship Program is structured around four key categories designed to address the diverse needs of the student community:  

 

"We are inspired by the passion and commitment of nursing and allied health students who are dedicated to advancing their education and careers in healthcare," remarked Dr. Robin Geiger, Senior Vice President of Clinician Advocacy at Ingenovis Health. "Our scholarship program is a testament to our belief in the positive impact that educated and skilled health professionals have on patient care and the healthcare ecosystem." 

 

Applications for the 2024 scholarships will be accepted from February 15 through June 30, 2024. The selection process, conducted by a third-party administrator, The University Network, will ensure a fair and comprehensive review of all candidates. Scholarship recipients will be announced in July 2024, with awards supporting their Fall 2024 semester. Each of the 25 scholarships, up to $5,000 each, is designed to significantly offset the educational expenses of the awardees. 

 

Ingenovis Health, along with its expansive family of brands, remains dedicated to providing unparalleled support to healthcare professionals at every stage of their careers. This scholarship program is a cornerstone of Ingenovis Health's commitment to enriching the healthcare workforce and supporting the educational aspirations of healthcare students nationwide. 

 

For further details about the 2024 Ingenovis Health Scholarship Program and application instructions, please visitingenovishealth.com or TUN.com 

 

  

About Ingenovis Health 

Ingenovis Health is an ingenious new force in healthcare, combining the power of industry-leading workforce solutions providers and a technology-forward approach to advance the delivery of critical healthcare clinicians to systems nationwide. Brands in the portfolio include Trustaff Travel Nurses, Fastaff Travel Nursing, HealthCare Support, USN, VISTA Staffing Solutions, Springboard Healthcare, VitalSolution and Corazon. For more information, visit ingenovishealth.com.  

 

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