Dr. J.E. Prince Nuclear Medicine Scholarship


A Michener student who is enrolled in the Nuclear Medicine Technology program.


The successful candidate will have clearly demonstrated the following criteria:

  • Maintained good academic standing
  • Demonstrated passion for Nuclear Medicine by showing commitment to learning and continuous improvement
  • Incrementally improved his/her technical skills and  knowledge
  • Conveyed strong interpersonal and communication skills, or demonstrated a high standard of  patient-centered care
  • Contributed to his/her community, including Michener, through volunteerism and leadership.
  • Resident of Ontario, with a preference given to students from Essex and/or Kent County.


The applicant must submit the following;

  1. Nomination letter:  A nomination letter from a faculty member or a clinical educator/coordinator, demonstrating the student’s improvement in technical skills, strong interpersonal skills or evidence of patient-centered care, and commitment to learning and continuous improvement in the field of Nuclear Medicine
  2. An essay (350 words maximum) from the applicant:  An essay/summary describing/demonstrating the student’s passion for Nuclear Medicine and community involvement.  The student will highlight his/her qualifications based on the criteria listed above.


This is an Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS) or “Matching Fund” award

The Ontario Trust for Student Support was established by the Government of Ontario to encourage companies and individuals to contribute to permanent endowment funds to assist Ontario’s college and university students with financial need.

To be eligible for a “Matching Fund Award/Scholarship” a student must:

*OSAP Residency requirements:

  1. You have always lived in Ontario
  2. Ontario is the last province in which you resided for 12 consecutive months without being a full-time post-secondary student.
  3. Ontario is the last province in which your parent(s) have resided for 12 months in a row.
  4. You now reside in Ontario AND you have resided in Canada for less than 12 months in a row.
  5. You now reside in Ontario, but none of the above statements applies to you.

If points 4) and 5) are true for you, you may not be eligible for OSAP; however you may meet Michener’s definition of eligibility and may still be eligible for a Matching Fund Award/Scholarship if you can show financial need through either the Financial Need Assessment Form or Bursary Application Form

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