DHS Foundation Accepting Applications for the Dr. Mason Todd Corder Scholarship

ELKINS, WV – High School seniors interested in pursuing a healthcare career are encouraged to apply for the Dr. Mason Todd Corder Memorial Scholarship. The $500 scholarship will be granted to a student who is entering a two or four-year college program or who is pursuing a certification in the healthcare field.

“For 6 years the Davis Health System (DHS) Foundation has awarded this scholarship to students pursuing an education in healthcare. We’re proud to support those who have chosen caring for others as their career,” said Scholarship Committee Chair Ce Ce Wallace.

The Scholarship was founded in memory of local family practitioner Dr. Mason “Todd” Corder. Dr. Corder, who was a member of the DHS Medical Staff from 1990 until 2007, was devoted to helping those interested in a healthcare career.

To apply, students can download an application on the Foundation’s website at www.dhsfoundation.com or call the Foundation at 304.630.3043. Preference is given to students attending high school in Randolph, Barbour, Upshur, Tucker and Pocahontas counties. The scholarship winner will be announced in May, 2014.

The deadline to apply for the 2014 scholarship is March 31, 2014.

The Scholarship is funded through the Foundation by a number of generous supporters. For information on how to donate to this scholarship fund contact Jennie Raines or Dan Bucher at 304.630.3043.