Dr. Kami Hoss, Howard Healthcare Academy Offers Full-Ride Scholarship
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13, 2018
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Individuals who are interested in entering the promising dental assisting career field can take advantage of the opportunity to win a full-ride scholarship offered by Dr. Kami Hoss of Howard Healthcare Academy.
The deadline to apply for the scholarship to Howard Academy is Dec. 17. The full-ride scholarship would enable a student to become a registered dental assistant for free in San Diego, Calif.
To apply for the Howard Healthcare Academy scholarship, each applicant must submit a letter that is one page long and explains why he or she is interested in dentistry. The applicant should also explain why he or she needs the scholarship. Furthermore, the application should include the applicant's grade point average and community involvement/work. Two recommendation letters are required as part of the application as well.
Aspiring dental assistants can submit their scholarship applications via http://www.HowardAcademy.com or http://www.collegescholarships.org. The fortunate individual who wins the full-ride scholarship must complete the entire nine-month program. If he or she fails to complete the program, he or she must pay the full tuition.
Howard Healthcare Academy stands out in the dental field for its high-caliber instructors, who are experienced working dentists and dentists. All of the academy's faculty members are licensed and have at least two years of work experience. In addition, the academy features cutting-edge equipment, so students always train for the dental field with modern technology.
The institution's courses have received approval from the Dental Board of California as well as the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Howard Healthcare Academy also has solid relationships with area dental practices and a large network of dentists, which makes landing externships and jobs relatively easy for the academy's students. The academy looks forward to continuing to train today's students to practice dental assisting according to high standards in the years ahead.
SOURCE Dr. Kami Hoss