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The 2021 Ann Marie Brown Scholarship Deadline is June 15

Thank you for your interest in the Ann Marie Brown Scholarship Award. This tribute honors the memory of the late vice president for government and public relations of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council, a professional organization that represents Long Island’s not-for-profit and public hospitals. Ann Marie was a high profiled leader, committed advocate and respected professional. This award was established to perpetuate her principles and interests.

Application Instructions

Candidates eligible for the award meet the following criteria:

  • Resident of Nassau or Suffolk County
  • Presently a college junior, senior or post graduate student
  • Major course of study is journalism, marketing/communications or healthcare administration (The scholarship is not for clinical study.)
  • Current GPA of at least 3.0
  • Demonstrated community service and campus leadership

Candidates are required to submit the below materials in this order to

  • Completed application
  • Copy of college transcripts (student copies acceptable)
  • A two-page, double spaced essay of introduction and description of future goals
  • Two letters of recommendation from college professors and/or community service leaders

Completed applications for the 2021 Ann Marie Brown Scholarship Award must be submitted by 5 p.m. on June 15.

Applicants should submit their documents to Janine Logan at If your system allows, attach all documents to one email; otherwise it is acceptable to send separate emails. The subject line should read: AMB Application and include your name.

The applicant worthy of this scholarship will receive $2,000. Announcement and acknowledgement will be made by the Administrative Board of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council.

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