Toiyabe Indian Health Project believes in fostering the education and skills of their Native American people who are preparing for certification or licensure in allied health care fields, as defined by Indian Health Service. Therefore, Toiyabe grants financial assistance for education program opportunities to qualified candidates.

The candidate must be a graduating senior, a continuing vocational or college student or a community member wishing to attend a vocational school or college for a health- related activity. The candidate must be in need of financial assistance, be serious of purpose and serious of scholastic achievement.

Toiyabe Indian Health Project will provide financial assistance for tuition, tools/uniforms, and books, not to exceed $2,500 per academic year depending on budgetary constraints. Awards are payable over two semesters – a maximum of $1,250 per semester. Approval of second semester award is dependent upon continued eligibility.

The candidate must be a Native American of a local tribe or a Native American who permanently resides within the Toiyabe service area (Inyo or Mono County).

To apply, please send your completed application and all required paperwork to:

Toiyabe Indian Health Project, Inc.

Human Resource Manager

250 See Vee Lane

Bishop, CA 93514

Application deadline is July 1, 2017.

Click here to download the application, and view the complete list of requirements.