The Jane Delano Student Nurse Scholarship
What is it? Jane Delano was the principal organizer of the Red Cross Nursing Service. Thanks to her efforts, more than 20,000 Red Cross nurses served in World War I. She died in France in 1919, while traveling on behalf of the Red Cross. In recognition of her service to our country, she received the Distinguished Service Medal and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. The Red Cross honors her memory through the Jane Delano Student Nurse Scholarships. This scholarship is a one-time award of $3,000 given to three recipients each year.
Who is eligible?
- Have served as a Red Cross volunteer or employee. (Preference will be given to student nurse volunteers.)
- Have completed the equivalent of at least one year of college/university credits.
- Be currently enrolled in an accredited United States nursing school.
- Be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student in good academic standing.
See the Red Cross website for more information and for the application