Maryland residents who provide public service in Maryland state or local government or non-profit agencies in Maryland to low income or underserved residents.
Applications are available in June and due September 30.
|$75,001 and Over||$30,000||$10,000|
|$15,000 and Below||$4,500*||$1,500*|
Registered nurses and advanced practice registered nurses, such as nurse practitioners, working in a Critical Shortage Facility can receive 60 percent of their total qualifying nursing education loan balance for 2 years of service.
Full-time nurse faculty working at accredited, public or private, non-profit schools of nursing are also eligible.
For an optional third year of service, participants may receive an additional 25 percent of their original total qualifying nursing education loan balance.
Borrower must be employed full time in a public service job: