Among the latest 25 recipients of the NCMIC Bucks for Boards program were two Cleveland University-Kansas City students: Crystal Salvador and Cameron Loew.
The NCMIC Bucks for Boards program was created in 2020 in conjunction with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE). Beginning in 2022 the awards rose to $1,000 for 25 students each quarter.
The awards can be applied to the cost of NBCE chiropractic board exams, books, tuition, study materials, or any other expenses the recipient sees fit. Unlike other scholarship award programs, chiropractic college students may apply once per entry period. A student may only receive one NCMIC Bucks for Boards scholarship annually.
Chiropractic students enrolled at a chiropractic college and D.C.s who graduated in the last six months are eligible for the awards.
To apply, students complete a simple online form. The direct link is https://sweeppromo.com/fbsweeps/sweeps/BucksforBoards2022). No essays, no references, or complicated financial aid documents are required.
NCMIC was founded in 1946 by doctors of chiropractic to offer malpractice insurance to doctors of chiropractic. Today, NCMIC is the largest provider of chiropractic malpractice insurance in the nation and offers business and personal insurance, equipment loans, credit card processing, business credit cards, and premium financing.