Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders
Eric Delson was a person with Hemophilia but lived his life king size. He was the Vice President of Marketing and Clinical Services For Caremark Inc. Being a Hemophilic was posed with many limitations but they inspired him to touch the lives of many who were sailing in the same boat. It is with the memory of this great man and the spirit of young mind that this scholarship was founded. Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation Of America, is a non-profit educational support and student aid service organization who  manages the scholarship program. Eligibility: Diagnosed with clinical bleeding disorder Students entering grades 7 through 12 at private secondary schools High School Seniors, high school graduates or equivalent or post secondary school students Currently enrolled or planning to enroll  in an accredited  two or four year college, university or vocational-technical school in the United States. The scholarship amount is $ 2,500 and will be awarded to the deserving candidates.  Those who perfectly fit in the eligibility requirement must complete the application and send it to the following address along with current transcript of grades. The Eric Delsom Memorial Scholarship Program Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation Of America P.O. Box 297 Saint Peter Minnesota 56082. The [...]

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Mary M Gooley who felt the urge to do something for the people with bleeding disorders joined hands with The Rochester Chapter Of The National Hemophilia Foundation and thus came the Mary Gooley Hemophilia Center. The center is proud to be the first free standing comprehensive clinic in the nation. It aims at providing medical assistance to patients with broad range of services including preventive care. The center is offering educational scholarship to honor Bob Hersh who was actively involved in community services. The Bob Hersh Memorial Scholarship offers financial assistance to deserving students. Eligibility Requirements: Must be enrolled in post secondary program Planning to enroll in a course of study in a 2 or 4 year college/university, vocational technical school program or certified training program High school seniors, graduate or students in good standing directly or indirectly affected with Hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, hereditary bleeding disorder The chosen candidates will be awarded $ 1,000 each.  The application has been made availble at www.hemocenter.org . Complete the application and send it to: Mary Gooley Hemophilia Center 1415 Portland Avenue Suite 500 Rochester, NY 14612 Fax: 585-922-5775 Phone: 585-922-5700 The application must reach the concerned authority no later than April 30, [...]

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BioRX is a speciality pharmacy and a non-profit organization who works for people with bleeding disorders.  The BioRx Educational Scholarship has been created to benefit individuals affected with Hemophilia, sibling of person diagnosed with Hemophilia, for caregivers of children with bleeding disorders. The Hemophilia community members and a parent or family member taking health care education from an accredited college, university or certified training program will be on the priority list of the application review committee. If you fall into this category don’t miss the opportunity. You need to send a mail requesting  the application form to cbarnes@biorx.net . Along with the application the candidate applying for the scholarship must also submit Two pages essay briefing about the educational goals and objectives in life High school transcript or University Grades Ttwo recommendation letters Mail the complete application packet to: Hemophilia of North Carolina 1705 Link Road Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Non-resident of North Carolina are also eligible. Of all the applicants three would be chosen who will be awarded $ 2,000 each. The application must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2010

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