Optometry School Students
Everyone deserves to see their best to live their best.
This is why our mission is to “help people by making quality eyecare and eyewear more affordable and accessible.” Future optometrists – like you – are at the heart of our mission, serving on the front-lines of patient care.
We offer the opportunity for our doctors to practice within different environments, including salaried employed positions that practically eliminate administrative load, as well as sublease arrangements for budding entrepreneurs. No matter which option you choose, you will benefit from above-average income potential and a patient-focused culture.
2016 - 2017 National Vision Grant Program
We are asking third and fourth year optometry students to share their perspectives on “Technological Advancements and the Impact on the Optometry Profession” for the chance to win a $5,000 grant! Submissions due by January 31, 2017. Please click here for full details on the program and to download the application.
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SVOSH Clinic Support
National Vision has been a proud supporter of VOSH/SVOSH and their efforts for more than 10 years. We will donate $1,000 per school/per year to any OD or OD Student supporting a VOSH or SVOSH clinic. Handheld autorefractors are available for loan, in addition to a package of readers and sunglasses to be used at clinics. Submit a Support Request through the form found here.
2016 NOSA Grant Winners Announced!
Through our partnership with the National Optometric Association, we're proud to provide grants to members of the National Optometric Student Association (NOSA). We announced this year's winners at the Annual Convention in Chicago in June. Congratulations, and thank you to all who participated!
Danyetta Thomas, Southern College of Optometry, Class of 2016
Second Place ($2,000)
Stefanie Hwang, Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Class of 2016
Third Place ($1,000)
Rina Sheth, Illinois College of Optometry, Class of 2017