Here are some of the Hemophilia scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Who can apply - Individuals within the bleeding disorder community who reside in the state of Michigan are eligible for HFM academic scholarships. This includes consumers, family members of consumers and family members of those who have died due to the complications of a bleeding disorder.
Amount - Two awards of $2,500 each
The Eric Dostie Memorial College Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Eric Dostie by giving financial assistance to six students with hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder, or to their family members. The students must be citizens of the United States, and enrolled full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college program.
Eligibility RequirementsThe perspective applicant must:• Have a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination
The perspective applicant must:• Be a sibling of a person with a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination
The perspective applicant must:• Be a parent of a child with a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination
NCHS is committed to supporting individuals who desire advanced education. We understand the financial burdens families affected by hemophilia and bleeding disorders face, and the difficulties of planning and saving for higher education.
The awards committee oversees the scholarship program offering awards from $500 to $1000 per year to a person or person(s) associated with the bleeding disorders community. The committee determines the number and amount of the awards based on a number of criteria including but not limited to academic merit, employment status, essay, reference letters, financial need and impact on the bleeding disorders community.
Requirements for Application:
1. Must be postmarked by April 1.
2. Must be planning to attend an accredited technical school, or undergraduate college or university.
3. Must be a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, or the parent, spouse, partner or child of a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder.
4. Must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher.
5. Must be a U.S. citizen.
6. Submit two (2) letters of support. One must be from a teacher or instructor, and the second from an
employer, church leader, health care provider, or other professional person involved in your life.
7. Must submit a one page essay that describes your dreams, goals and objectives for attending secondary education.
The award committee meets annually in April; all applications must be postmarked by April 1. Incomplete
applications will not be considered. The applicant awarded the scholarship will by notified by May 15.
Since starting the scholarship program in 2006, the MedPro Rx Education is Power scholarship program has provided 429 scholarships totaling over $421,000 to students nationwide who have hemophilia A, hemophilia B or von Willebrand Disease (vWD).
Eligible scholarship applicants include individuals living with Hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. A minimum of 20 scholarships will be awarded ranging in value from $500-$2,500. Scholarships will be awarded based on the following requirements:
Must have a bleeding disorder as defined above
Must be a United States resident
Must be entering or attending a community college, junior college, four-year college, university, or vocational school in the fall
Community involvement and/or volunteer work
One (1) grant will be awarded in the amount of $1,500.00 for use in artistic encouragement. This can be used for mounting an exhibition of one’s work (i.e. photography, painting/watercolor, animation, publishing a story/ book or animation, writing a play, having a recital or any kind of creative endeavor).
A person bleeding disorder
Seeking a post-secondary education either from a college, university or trade school
Able to demonstrate his/her commitment to improving the quality of their life by pursuing his/her goals with determination
Please submit the following for the Artistic Encouragement Grant:
Samples of work/portfolio (limit to 3-5 pieces)
Statement of financial need
Copy of official transcript
Acceptance letter/Enrollment Verification letter
Two letters of reference (one professional reference, the other from HTC or physician)
Essay: Explain the purpose for the use of the grant and supply an outline/time frame for the completion of the project, and what you expect to get out of it and how it will help you in the future with you artwork
If your child is in kindergarten through 12th grade, needs help with his or her schoolwork, has missed at least 2 weeks of school, then you may want to apply for a K-12 Edu-Grant. Grants are awarded in the amount up to $500 per year. The K-12 Edu-Grant helps the families of qualifying students pay for tutors or other types of learning help.
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College and vocational scholarships: SevenSECURE® awards the Professor Ulla Hedner Scholarships to high school seniors, college, or vocational students—and there is no age limit. The scholarships are valued at $2000 to $7000 per year, and are awarded on a competitive basis. They are named after Professor Ulla Hedner, who pioneered the development of our recombinant Factor VIIa.
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Adult education grants: SevenSECURE® awards Adult Education Grants up to $2500 for adults over the age of 23 who would like to take courses or get more training to help improve their career or transition to a new one. Applicants must provide an estimate of the course fees to determine the size of the grant. The adult education grant is also open to primary caregivers.
The $500.00 Herb Schlaughenhoupt, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded twice each year to individuals with hemophilia or a related inherited bleeding disorder or an immediate family member.
The scholarship can be used for tuition, room and board, and related expenses associated with post-secondary education at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. Deadlines for submission of an application are in July and January.
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