*Participating School/Program

Awardee/School-Fall 2020/Career Goal

Grace M. Davis High School Grace M. Davis High School
  • Sohaia Rigiwal
Health Careers Academy Health Careers Academy
  • Lialee Abu-Shamsiyh
  • Joanna Mendoza
Modesto Junior College Modesto Junior College Nursing Program
  • Joanna A. Valenzuela
  • Ashley Fry
San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College Nursing Program
  • Shausheyne Haselton-Parke
  • Danielle O'Toole
San Joaquin Medical Society
Decision Medicine Decision Medicine A Program Of The San Joaquin Medical Society
  • Cynthia Torres
  • Jazmin Parra-Santos
University of the Pacific University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy
  • Joshua Murrett
  • Jackie Huang
  • Hyojin Lozano
CSU Stanislaus CSU Stanislaus State University
  • Alexandra Falk
  • Jessica Alvarez
  • Alejandra Lugo

HPSJ Continuing Education Scholarship Awardee

Health Plan of San Joaquin is excited to announce the winners of the 2019 Continuing Education Scholarship Program! Each awardee will receive $1,000 to help with their college expenses!

Currently attending / Anticipated Career Goal 2018 Scholarship Awardees
Yale University
  • MD/PHD in Neurology
  • Sie Jie Tang
Samuel Merrit University
  • Nursing
  • Louis Pham
University of California, Davis
  • Physician
  • Cardiovascular Surgeon
  • Jose Aguilar
  • Kranesh Ravi Kumar
UC Berkeley
  • Orthopedics with Sports Medicine emphasis
  • Maha Siddiqui
CSU Stanislaus
  • Nursing
  • Debora Simon
  • Humayun Popal
University of California Los Angeles
  • Nursing
  • Mirian Garcia
  • Yuliana Estrada
  • Anjali Lata Kumar
University of California Irvine
  • Medicine
  • Julia Spencer

Frequently Asked Questions:

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About the ACAP Scholarship

Awardees The Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) established a tuition scholarship in 2011 to provide financial assistance to an enrollee or family member of an ACAP health plan member who is seeking higher education to pursue a career in health care or social services. At present, one $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to one enrollee at an ACAP health plan selected by the ACAP Scholarship Program Selection Committee, and the monies are sent directly to the higher education institution of the awardee’s choice to be applied to tuition costs.

The scholarship was established to help strengthen the public health care and social services workforce and to highlight the benefits of Medicaid managed care.

Posted on May 15th, 2017 and last modified on March 12th, 2020.