Charlotte Grace Memorial Scholarship


Charlotte Grace was a dedicated School Nurse and active member of our organization for many years. She served on the NYSASN Board of Directors as Zone Coordinator from 1990 until her death in 1993. Her appreciation for and commitment to education was exemplified by the attainment of a bachelor’s degree in 1951 and, just prior to her death, a master’s degree in elementary education/computers.

The New York State Association of School Nurses is proud to offer the Charlotte Grace Educational Scholarship to interested and qualified members of NYSASN. Our intention is to award two (2) scholarships, in the amount of $1,000.00 each, to NYSASN members who are bachelor’s degree candidates. In addition, one (1) $2500 scholarship will be awarded to a member enrolled in a Master’s, or other advanced degree nursing program

The scholarships are presented at the Annual Conference.


  • Currently employed as a school nurse for at least the past three years with intentions of continuing in this specialty practice
  • Membership in NYSASN for the past three years (includes current membership year)
  • Completed 30 credits toward a bachelor’s degree or 15 credits toward a master’s or advanced degree


The application must include the following information:

  • Education History
  • Employment History
  • Organizational Activities
  • Community Activities
  • Awards/Special Recognition/Accomplishments
  • Philosophy Statement

You can choose to download the application form or use your own format, as long as the information requested is included in your materials. For example, a Curriculum Vitae or Resume with an attached Philosophy Statement is acceptable.

The official transcript from your college/university should be sent to:

NYSASN Scholarship Committee
Annette Cobb
408 Rambler Rd.
Elmira, NY 14905


The completed application and transcript must be postmarked by September 15, 2022.
If you have any questions, contact Annette Cobb at

2022 Charlotte Grace Memorial Scholarship Application Form