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Foundation assists recruitment of Michigan students

The Michigan Chiropractic Foundation (MCF) recently donated funds to Palmer College to help recruit students from Michigan through two new scholarships. The Development Office assisted MCF President Mark Limberg, D.C., with establishing the scholarship guidelines for both the Gift Recruitment Scholarship and the MCF Endowed Recruitment Scholarship.

The foundation has committed itself to starting the program in the fall of 2009 by awarding the Gift Recruitment Scholarship. It will do so each year until the endowed scholarship is fully funded and awards can be given. Both the endowed and gift scholarships will be advertised to students on all three Palmer campuses.

“The MCF is an advocate for exemplary professional training and quality care, and is proud to develop scholarship programs for chiropractic students,” said Dr. Limberg. “The foundation also will provide assistance for chiropractic graduates interested in establishing new practices in Michigan.”

When asked about the gifts from the MCF, Senior Development Officer Lois Kundel said, “Palmer has a number of students from Michigan attending each of our three campuses. We are extremely grateful for these gifts and truly appreciate the opportunity to offer the MCF scholarships to prospective students regardless of the campus they choose to attend.”

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