The 2019 Upper Cervical Awareness Scholarship Opportunity

Upper Cervical Marketing in conjunction with the Upper Cervical Awareness initiative is pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity for all student members of upper cervical clubs. Not a member? Join an upper cervical club at your chiropractic school before applying.

All student members of upper cervical clubs who are enrolled in an accredited chiropractic college for the 2019 Spring school schedule are eligible.

One scholarship will be awarded of $500.

The deadline for scholarship application is April 30, 2019.

Email to apply (follow the instructions below):

The essay must be at least 500 words.

This year’s topic:

“Why you want to be an Upper Cervical Chiropractor and how you plan to bring awareness to Upper Cervical Care


The winner of the contest will be announced before May 31, 2019.

Winners will be contacted immediately following the judging process.

Award funds will be paid directly to the recipient.

We do ask that winners be willing to have their winning essays posted, along with a headshot, on the Upper Cervical Marketing Website, Newsletter and Facebook page.

Other resources you may enjoy:

Upper Cervical Marketing Job Board

Find associate opportunities, clinic purchase opportunities, and partnership opportunities 

The Upper Cervical Marketing Podcast

Listen to interviews with top upper cervical doctors about what has helped them succeed in practice

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