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$250,000 Awarded to 24th Annual TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship Recipients

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FT. WASHINGTON, PA, October 27, 2014 – McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. (McNeil), the makers of TYLENOL®, is proud to introduce the 40 recipients of the 24th annual TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship. The 2014 program awarded a total of $250,000 in scholarship funds to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing an education in healthcare.

Winning students are named TYLENOL® Future Care Scholars and receive awards of $5,000 or $10,000 to help them manage the rising costs of education and embark on dynamic and compelling careers such as nurse practitioners, pharmacists, dentists and family doctors, which are among the numerous areas in the field of healthcare poised for growth. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than half of the top 20 fastest growing professions are in healthcare1 and the industry has been projected to continue to grow at an annual rate of 2.6 percent, adding 5 million more jobs between 2012 and 2022.2

“McNeil is proud to recognize the 2014 class of TYLENOL® Future Care Scholars, an exceptional group of students whose collective goals and career ambitions align with our commitment to the increasingly important future of healthcare,” said Emile Lee, Vice President of Communications at McNeil Consumer Healthcare. “The TYLENOL® brand is dedicated to caring for people who are committed to caring for others and to date, the TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship program has awarded more than $9.1 million in scholarship funds to more than 7,000 students on a variety of diverse career paths in the healthcare field.”

The TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship recipients were selected based on academic excellence, leadership and community involvement. To be eligible, students must have completed at least one year of undergraduate or graduate study by the Spring of 2014 at an accredited two or four year college, university or vocational/technical school.

“I have always loved interacting with people of every age and culture, and I appreciate the many differences between people. I especially love to serve people and to help improve their lives in whatever way I can. Nursing provides opportunities to interact with others, as well as opportunities to touch their lives every day,” said Brigham Young University student, Alexandra N.

Tyler C. of Stanford University said, “ The positive impact made on others is how I plan to measure, on a personal level, the success I have had in my career. This is one of the primary reasons I have entered the journey to become a physician.”

Applications for the 25th annual TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship will be available in Spring 2015. Visit: to learn more. Additional information on individual scholarship recipients is available upon request.

2014 TYLENOL® Future Care Scholarship Recipients:
M.Natalie A., Brown University
Salim A., Wayne State University
Kelsey B., Louisiana State University Health Science Center
Julie B., University of California, San Francisco
Theresa C., Mayo Medical School
Seung Cheol Daniel C., South Baylor University
Tyler C., Stanford University
Nicole C., University of Southern California
Benjamin C., Quinnipiac University
Gregory C., West Texas A&M University
Jennifer D., Southern California College of Optometry
Kimberly F., National Institutes of Health/Oxford University Scholarship Program
Farah F., Florida International University
Shelby F., Georgetown University
Ari G., Washington University in St. Louis
Ronak G., Wright State University
Theresa H., Indiana University Bloomington
Vikas J., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Samuel K., Weill Cornell Medical College
Divya M., Boston University
Jeffery M., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Eddah M., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Jennifer M., University of Miami
Kristy M.B., University of California, San Francisco
Asad M., Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
Alexandra N., Brigham Young University
Daniel N., University of California, San Francisco
Jennifer O., East Carolina University
Parth P., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-Health System
Vishal R., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alisha R., University of South Florida
Marc R., Eastern Michigan University
Lindsay R., Western University of Health Sciences
Johlee S., Xavier University of Louisiana
Kelby T., University of Southern Nevada
Cameron W., Harvard University
Max W., Boston University
Martin W., University of Florida
Frankie W., University of California, Los Angeles
Jason Y., Case Western Reserve University

About McNeil Consumer Healthcare
McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. markets a broad range of well-known and trusted over-the-counter (OTC) products. McNeil Consumer Healthcare brands include TYLENOL® and MOTRIN® pain relievers and fever reducers; BENADRYL®, ZYRTEC® and ZYRTEC®-D allergy medicines; IMODIUM® anti-diarrheal products; and SUDAFED® and SUDAFED PE® nasal decongestants.

[1] Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook,

[2] Bureau of Labor Statistics Economic News Release Employment Projections: 2012-2022 Summary,


Media Contact:
Ania D. Tyski
McNeil Consumer Healthcare
Tel: 215-273-8895

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