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Through the New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program, practicing health care professionals may qualify for up to $25,000 per year towards their student loan debt. As a condition of the program, a health professional must make a two-year service commitment to practice full-time in a designated medical shortage area in New Mexico. The HPLRP is a competitive program. Application to the program does not guarantee funding. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program.


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Through the New Jersey Primary Care Practitioner Loan Redemption Program, health care professionals who have completed their graduate training/residency program may apply for NJLRP. Primary care providers must agree to provide primary health care services at an NJLRP approved placement site for a minimum of two years (maximum four years). Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Jersey Primary Care Practitioner Loan Redemption Program.


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Through the New Hampshire State Loan Repayment Program, health care professionals may be able to qualify for student loan forgiveness in exchange for service in areas the State designates as being medically underserved. Through this program, you must agree to and commit to a contract with the state for a minimum of three years if full time and two years in the event that you are a part-time employee. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Hampshire State Loan Repayment Program.


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Through the New Hampshire Bar Foundation Loan Forgiveness Program, applicants may be able to qualify student loan forgiveness in exchange for serving in the public sector and provides law school loan assistance, in the form of forgivable loans, to ensure the ability of NH Legal Assistance (NHLA), Legal Advice and Referral Center (LARC), Disabilities Rights Center (DRC), and New Hampshire Pro Bono (Pro Bono) to recruit and maintain a diverse body of highly qualified staff attorneys. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Hampshire Bar Foundation Loan Forgiveness Program.


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Through the Nevada Health Service Corps Program, applicants may be able to qualify student loan forgiveness in exchange for serving in areas that are underserviced within the State and match practitioners to those areas of need. To encourage a practitioner to practice and serve underrepresented communities in Nevada, health professionals may enter the NHSC by engaging in full-time clinical practice in an assigned community in exchange for loan repayment funds. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the Nevada Health Service Corps program.


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Through the Nebraska Rural Health Student Loan Program, applicants may be able to qualify for up to $60,000 per year towards paying off their student loan debt. This program covers a bunch of different health-related professions and targets rural and underserved areas across the great state of Nebraska. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the Nebraska Student Loan program.


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Through the Navy Student Loan Repayment Program, applicants who are in the Navy may be able to sail away from their student loan debt. In total, the Nacy could repay your student loans by up to $65,000 over your term of active duty. If you are in the Navy this is a great program to check out and utilize towards paying off your student loans. Read on to see eligibility requirements and further breakdown of this program’s award amounts.


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Through the National Institutes of Health Student Loan Forgiveness, you may qualify for up to $35,000 to use towards paying off your federal student loans so long as you have your doctoral degree and you were involved in research throughout your time studying. Continue reading to see what the eligibility criteria are for this great program.


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Through the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program, you may qualify for up to $50,000 to use towards paying off your federal student loans in exchange for a two-year commitment in exchange for providing healthcare to a high-needs population. The great thing about this program is that you can apply for additional loan assistance after your two-year contract is up. Continue reading to see how you can qualify for this great program.


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Through the National Guard Student Loan Repayment Program, soldiers with federal student loans may be eligible to qualify for up to $50,000 to use towards paying off your student loans. This program offers a lot of great perks to members of the National Guard and should be one of the top options you look into if you are looking to pay off your student loans. Continue reading to see the requirements to be eligible for this great program.