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CNA Scholarships in Alabama

Helping students afford an education as a Certified Nursing Assistant is something we take very seriously at 4CNAs. In order to help offset the cost of college, there are a variety of scholarships in Alabama that cover a broad range of students and qualifications. Please take a moment to review all of the scholarship opportunities that is available to you.

Scholarships in Alabama are available for many CNA training programs. If you are awarded a scholarship, tuition, books, supplies and certification exams could be covered at 100%.

Current Listing of Scholarships for CNA In Alabama

Rubye and R.M. Walker Fund 
Gadsden State Community College
1001 George Wallace Drive-Gadsden, AL 35903
(256) 549-8200

Prospective nursing assistant students can contact the financial aid office at Gadsden State Community College to determine if they are eligible to apply for this scholarship program. Students who apply for the fund will need to be able to show that they have some level of financial need for the scholarship. Certified Nursing Assistant students have the potential to apply for this program since the fund is geared towards students in health or science related program.

Women’s Economic Development Council Foundation Scholarship
J.F. Drake State Technical College
3421 Meridian Street North Huntsville, AL 35811

This scholarship is intended to give women the opportunity to pursue a degree or technical training program, who might otherwise struggle to have this opportunity. One of the programs for which this program could be applied is for the Certified Nursing Assistant Certification training.

Trenholm State Technical College – Foundation Scholarships
PO Box 10048
Montgomery, Alabama 26108

These scholarships can help cover the 645 total hours of study including classroom instruction as well as hands on experience in clinical settings of the  fully accredited CNA training program.