2023 Biannual Healthcare Scholarship

$2,500 Healthcare Scholarship From Elite Insurance Partners &

Since 2014, Elite Insurance Partners and MedicareFAQ have been dedicated to helping seniors find their perfect Medicare insurance match. Now, we’re focused on helping YOU obtain higher education by providing a $2,500 healthcare scholarship to help cover the costs of your college tuition.

This healthcare scholarship opportunity arises twice annually – once for the spring semester and again for the fall semester. Deadlines are updated on this page accordingly.

You are eligible for Elite Insurance Partners and MedicareFAQ biannual healthcare scholarship if you are:

  • Over 18
  • Accepted at an accredited university in the United States
  • Pursuing a major in or related to the healthcare industry

To apply for the Fall 2023 Scholarship, you must present the following for consideration:

  • Completed application forms
  • An essay (500 to 1,000 words)
  • A copy of your official acceptance letter

Incomplete applications will not be considered. One application per student.

Applications are currently being accepted for our June 16, 2023, deadline. We will notify the Scholarship award recipient directly.

To apply, please download the healthcare scholarship application form below and return a completed application with all required materials to by the deadline.

Our goal as a company remains the same across all our efforts. We strive to help others as much as possible, so we are happy to offer a healthcare scholarship to help future industry leaders reach their goals. Apply today!

Thank you for your interest in the Elite Insurance Partners and Biannual Scholarship.  We kindly request that you email us at  for all inquiries regarding the scholarship, and we will do our best to respond to you in a timely manner.

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Click below to download the $2,500 scholarship application! Deadline 06/16/23

Fall 2022 Winner – Amy Kanezo

With an overwhelming volume of inspiring applicants, it was difficult to choose just one winner for the Fall 2022 Elite Insurance Partners & MedicareFAQ Biannual Healthcare Scholarship. However, Amy Kanezo fit the bill with her drive and lucid vision of helping others who face similar health struggles to the leukemia she once battled.

Amy is using the funds to help obtain her bachelor’s degree and certificate in nursing informatics. She hopes to help others beat cancer through the use of stem cell treatments.

Her ultimate goal is to work as a nurse for the nonprofit Be the Match. The organization is committed to finding compatible doros for patients in need of life-saving transplants. We believe in Amy and are excited to see her find her place as a healthcare hero!

2020 Winner – Jadan Akerson

We’re honored to congratulate Jadan Akerson on being the winner of the 3rd annual Elite Insurance Partners Scholarship.

Jadan is currently enrolled at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She is majoring in nursing so she can build a profession helping people get through life-changing events, as she has experienced in the past.

Our winner plans to use the funds for her tuition and books. We’re happy to help Jadan achieve her goals and wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.

2019 Winner – Renita Lerner

This semester marks the 2nd annual Elite Insurance Partners Scholarship selection. Today we celebrate Renita Lerner as the official 2019 Fall Scholarship Winner!

Renita is a single mom of two that came back to college after a 24-year break. Now, she’s taking her 4.0 GPA from Valencia college to the University of Central Florida where her two sons are students.

This new chapter in her life “I know what I want to be when I grow up” is inspirational. Renita is working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and Journalism.

Knowledge is a powerful tool; we enjoy adding to Renita’s pursuit of goals and dreams.

As she says, dreams don’t have deadlines. It’s better to slowly work towards something than to work towards nothing at all.

This money helps fund books as well as tuition.