THE KOZET BOYD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Scholarship Foundation for Concorde Career College established the Kozet Boyd Memorial Scholarship to assist students who display the same values and determination that Kozet epitomized as an educator with Concorde’s North Hollywood campus. These scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated academic discipline and strong personal values that align with Concorde’s Mission Statement and Core Values.
KOZET BOYD – RRT
Kozet Patric Boyd was an accomplished Respiratory Therapist with 20 years of experience in the field at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles.
Kozet enjoyed training Respiratory Therapy students in the hospital setting and always knew teaching was her ultimate calling.
Kozet joined Concorde’s North Hollywood campus as a Respiratory Therapy instructor in November 2003.
For the next 11 years, Kozet trained 1,120 students to be Respiratory Therapists while exemplifying Concorde’s Mission and Values. She set high standards and expectations for her students and her class was affectionately known as “RT Boot Camp.”
At her funeral hundreds of current and former students came to pay their respects to this amazing instructor who gave herself completely to helping each student improve their lives.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
Kozet Boyd Scholarships will be based on personal circumstances and references, and the actual amount will be based on a recommendation from the Campus President.
- Must demonstrate exceptional personal and academic achievements.
- Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
- Must have already applied for admission to Concorde Career Colleges and be in the enrollment process.
- Must begin studies at Concorde Career Colleges within three months prior to award date as a new, first-time student and have been accepted as a student with financing being the only acceptance criteria awaiting approval.
- Renewal Guidelines
Any student awarded the Kozet Boyd Memorial Scholarship must maintain a minimum of a 3.00 GPA at Concorde Career Colleges to maintain award eligibility for each term.