Special Operations Medic Coalition (SOM+C)
has been organized
exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes under
section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code, or corresponding
section of any future tax code, serving as a resource for Special
Operations Medics through the following activities:
Som+C envisions every Special Operations MEdic having the resources necessary to enhance their careers, capabilities, and community
SOM+C will advocate for the military special operations medic and assist in their transition from battlefield provider to veteran professional
the objectives of SOM+C are to focus on the career, capabilities, and community of the special operations medic
Why Special Operations Medics?
Special Operations Medics selflessly sacrifice daily to bring our heroes home. They are a rare breed, and SOM+C is focused on support to help these warriors. They attend some of the harshest training in the military, and work tirelessly on their craft, all the while ignoring personal and professional needs. Special Operations Medics are vital assets to the civilian and military community.
SOM+C is here to provide them the support and resources they have earned.
What We Do
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The SOM+C Education Grant will provide support to a verified SOF Medic and assist with financial needs up to $1,000 based on their education goals. Examples include but are not limited to; course costs, book fees, semester fees, testing fees, and other items not covered by tuition assistance or other scholarship and grant opportunities.
SOF Medic must be a current and active member of SOM+C.
The grant application must be completed in full.
Must be able to provide proof of Special Operations Medic (DD214, JSOMTC Certificate, ATP, NSOCM, etc).
Must have received an honorable discharge from military service if a Veteran.
Must be able to provide proof of financial need (outstanding bill).
SOF Medic must complete an essay between 900 and 1,000 words.
Must provide a current curriculum vitae (CV).
Grant applications will be sent to the Board of Directors for an unbiased review and decision.
If approved, SOM+C will pay directly to the financial institution and not the individual member.