Scholarship Program for Current & Incoming Students (Acupuncture/Medical Study Not Required)
Gracey Holistic Health is pleased to announce a $500 USD academic scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. Winners will be selected on August 15, 2018.
Submission Deadline: August 1, 2018
Date of Award: August 15, 2018
Open to Undergraduate, Graduate, and Incoming Students
Open to legal residents of the United States and Canada
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Proof will be required of your GPA and eligibility before awarding.
NOTE: All submissions are used only for the purpose of awarding a scholarship. Applicants will not receive solicitation from Gracey Holistic Health or any other party and no purchase is necessary to apply. Applicant information is never shared or sold.
Scholarship Title: Gracey Holistic Health Scholarship
Students are required to submit a 500-750 word essay titled “How Integrating Acupuncture and Western Medicine Can Improve the US Health Care System”.
While we have many differences, most Americans would agree that our health care system needs help. As science proves the consistent effectiveness of acupuncture, the opportunity to integrate it into the Western approach to medicine that our country knows best holds exciting prospects for the future. We would like to hear your thoughts on how integrating Eastern, specifically acupuncture, and Western traditions can benefit each individual in the U.S. Entrants will be judged on originality, persuasiveness, and proof.
When you’re ready, please fill out the form below (make sure to include your essay!). For inquiries, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or use this form:
Gracey Holistic Health provides acupuncture and holistic health solutions to people throughout the Greater Boston Area. Our founder, Robert Gracey, is part of a select group of acupuncturists who are introducing non-insertive acupuncture techniques to the United States. He is one of only eight instructors in the U.S. to gain teacher’s certification from Shakuju-kai, the Japan-based educational association responsible for teaching Shakuju Therapy. Robert also teaches Japanese acupuncture at the New England School of Acupuncture at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. As a teacher and ever-learning student, Robert feels it is important to give access to education to anyone who is looking to impact our society in a positive way. This scholarship is one way that Gracey Holistic Health is able to accomplish this commitment.
If you would like to learn more about Gracey Holistic Health or the art and science of acupuncture, please contact Robert at either his Brookline or Belmont clinic. He would be happy to help however he can.