The National Health Service Corps is accepting applications from primary medical care professionals who are willing to work in underserved areas in exchange for a reduction in their student loan debt. Through the NHSC student loan repayment program, you can receive up to $60,000 toward the balance on your student loans if you successfully complete the program’s two-year service requirement. Two-year half-time commitments are also being sought, in exchange for $30,000 in student loan debt reduction. Clinicians willing to make a five-year commitment to the program can receive up to $170,000 in student loan debt relief. Eligible applicants who are willing to commit to six or more years of service are eligible to have the entire balance of all their federal student loans forgiven. The student loan debt relief offered by the NHSC repayment program applies to federal, state, local, and private student loans. In order to qualify for repayment through the NHSC program, your student loans must have been taken out prior to your enrollment in the program. The program will not repay student loans that were not clearly used to pay for education or student loans that were not issued by a government or commercial lender (i.e.,… Read full this story
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