PA Scholarships Bring Confidence and Focus

“There’s a lot of uncertainty and anxiety about being a health care student. There is very low tolerance for mistakes, there’s high expectations, and it felt like someone really stepped up and made a vote of confidence in me that I received that scholarship. I actually thought about that quite a bit while I was in the program,” explains Johnathan Fisk, a physician assistant student graduating this May. 

Watch GW SMHS PA Students Talk Scholarships to find out how scholarships and the support of the PA community impacted Jonathan and two of his fellow PAs. 

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