Evoke Neuroscience

Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals

Welcome to the Evoke Neuroscience Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals – a platform dedicated to recognizing and empowering the exceptional individuals who contribute to the field of mental health care. This scholarship embodies our commitment to fostering education, innovation, and compassion in the pursuit of improving cognitive well-being. Join us in celebrating the remarkable work of mental health professionals and their transformative impact on individuals and communities worldwide.

Scholarship Overview

The Evoke Neuroscience Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals, valued at $1,000, honors and supports dedicated individuals in the mental health field. Through an essay contest, we seek to amplify insights, ideas, and experiences related to cognitive health, fostering knowledge exchange among professionals. If you're a mental health practitioner committed to improving lives, we invite you to join us in advancing cognitive well-being through education and innovation.


To be considered for the Neuroscience Science Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals, applicants must meet the following criteria:

Professional Involvement: You must be an actively practicing mental health professional, including but not limited to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and therapists, who is dedicated to improving cognitive health and well-being.

Commitment to Cognitive Care: We value candidates who have demonstrated a profound commitment to advancing the understanding and treatment of cognitive disorders. Your dedication to enhancing the lives of individuals facing cognitive challenges is paramount.

Innovative Insights: Applicants should possess a unique perspective on the diagnosis, treatment, and support of cognitive disorders. We’re looking for innovative thinkers who can contribute fresh ideas to the field.

Essay Requirement: As part of the application process, you will be required to submit a well-crafted essay of up to 750 words that addresses the following topic:

“Share your insights on the role of mental health professionals in improving cognitive health, and propose strategies to bridge gaps in current cognitive care practices.”

Exemplary Qualifications: We seek individuals who exhibit exceptional qualifications, credentials, and achievements in the realm of mental health care. Your professional history and accomplishments should reflect a dedication to making a significant impact.

Application of Knowledge: We are interested in applicants who can showcase a clear application of their expertise to real-world scenarios, illustrating how their work has contributed to the advancement of cognitive health care.

We encourage all eligible mental health professionals who meet these criteria to apply for the Evoke Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals. We eagerly anticipate reviewing your applications and learning more about your contributions to the field.


One time award of $1,000


The deadline to apply for the scholarship is March 15, 2024.

Winner Announced

The winner for the scholarship will be announced April 15, 2024.

How to Apply

  • To submit your application for the Evoke Neuroscience Scholarship for Mental Health Professionals, follow these steps:
  • Compose Your Essay: Craft a compelling essay of up to 750 words that addresses the following topic:

    “Discuss your approach to enhancing cognitive health care and the innovative strategies you believe are essential to advancing the field. Share how you have already made an impact and how you envision your future contributions.”

  • Email Submission: Email your essay as a Word document attachment to: [email protected]

    In the subject line of the email, please include “Evoke Scholarship Application – [Your Full Name]”.

Along with the essay, please provide the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Phone Number
  • Address
  • Email Address
  • Name of High School and Graduation Date
  • The University that you are currently enrolled in.
  • Personal Bio
  • GPA