ACHEMT SCHOLARSHIP

ACHEMT is pleased to announce the creation of a new scholarship program for its members. The scholarship program will award a total of $5,000 to help offset expenses associated with obtaining Fellow status or attending ACHE and ACHEMT events. 

Awards will be provided in the following amounts:

Level 1 (Top Two Applicants) = $1,500 each

Level 2 (Third Place) = $500 each

Level 3 (Top 6 Remaining Applicants) = $250 each

Please download and submit a completed application to

Patrick Rafferty at [email protected] and Cory Mead at [email protected]

The deadline for application submission is Thursday, October 31th at 11:59pm. Winners will be announced at the Volunteer Appreciation Event on November 20th.

Download the application here - ACHEMT Scholarship Application


Colleges and universities participating in the ACHE Higher Education Network (HEN)
: This new program will reward participation by students who attend local ACHEMT events and provide funds to the schools that can be used for hosting educational events and promoting involvement in the Nashville healthcare industry.

The new scholarship we reward participating HEN schools with $750 for reaching a threshold of 25 hours of face-to-face education at ACHEMT events. Hours must be completed by students currently enrolled at the college or university and will include ACHEMT events held from March through October 2018. Participation will be measured by students entering their college’s or university’s name at the time of registration and by signing in at the event as present. The schools who reach this threshold will also be eligible for the grand prize: an additional $750 will be donated to the school who completes the most face-to-face hours during this time period.

Requirements for receiving funds include being an active member of the HEN. All funds will be distributed to the leader listed as the college’s or university’s advisor or treasurer. Funds will be awarded at the ACHEMT annual chapter meeting held typically in November.

Please contact Patrick Rafferty at [email protected] and Cory Mead at [email protected] with the ACHEMT Professional Development Subcommittee for more information.