Scholarship Program

The Providence Montana Health Foundation’s Knowledge Fund was established to assist employees of Providence St. Patrick Hospital and Providence St. Joseph Medical Center who desire to change careers, further their education or complete a degree while working at Providence.

Each year, scholarships are awarded to employees based on merit. Employees must have been employed a minimum of one year at time of application and maintain their employment with Providence St. Patrick Hospital or Providence St. Joseph Medical Center during their schooling and after its completion for at least six months. Scholarship funds are paid directly to the institution indicated on the scholarship application, once evidence of acceptance has been provided to the Foundation. Scholarship funds are to be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies.

Scholarship Application Process

Applicants must complete the Knowledge Fund Scholarship Application form and submit two current letters of recommendation, including one from a current manager/supervisor. A short essay, of 300 words or less, is also required, which outlines the applicant’s goals for their education and future career plans.

The letters of recommendation, essay and signed application form must be received by Kerry Schultz in the Learning Center no later than Friday, May 17, 2019.

Download Forms

The Application packet can be submitted via:

  • Inter-office mail; route to Kerry Schltz - The Learning Center
  • Email Kerry Schultz
  • Fax to 509-329-5688
  • Mail to: Attn: Kerry Schultz, The Learning Center
    Providence St. Patrick Hospital
    500 W. Broadway
    Missoula, MT 59802

Incomplete applications and/or applications received after application due date will not be accepted.

Selection Process

Application packages will be reviewed by the Knowledge Fund Scholarship committee. A selection will be made and recipients notified no later than June 2019.

If you have any questions regarding the scholarship application, please contact Kerry Schultz in The Learning Center: 406-327-5928.