Tylenol offers multiple scholarships -- in various amounts up to $10,000 per individual -- each year to students studying to become a medical professional. Students enrolled in a two-year college degree program, four-year college degree program, graduate program or vocational college and who have shown to have outstanding academic performance as well as leadership qualities may qualify for this scholarship.
Things You'll Need
- Scholarship application
Visit the Tylenol Scholarship Program website between January and mid-May for the application instructions and details of the scholarship terms for the current year. You can also find this information by connecting to the Tylenol Scholarship Program on Facebook. Applications are generally due by mid-May and the information for the current year is generally updated at the beginning of the year. By connecting with the Tylenol Scholarship Program on Facebook, you will receive a post at the beginning of the year as to when the application and instructions are available on the website.
Read the instructions for applying on the website fill out the application provided by the Tylenol Corporation. The application process and criteria may change each year. Typically applicants must have completed one year of study in a medical program and have at least one more year left to complete that program.
Write the essay as requested by the application. The topic will be explained in the application information. To write an essay, Tylenol recommends that you stay on topic, write an outline of your essay before starting the essay, give specific information in the essay regarding the topic and your participation in that topic and proofread the essay.
Mail the application and essay to the address provided on the application before the due date. Sending your application early will ensure that it is received in time for you to be considered for the scholarship. Late applications will not be considered for the scholarship.