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The project Red Flag is a campaign carried under the banner of The National Hemophilia Foundation to make women aware of bleeding disorders. It has been estimated that there are around two and a half million women with undiagnosed bleeding disorders and it is very essential that they realise and know about this to lead a healthy and normal life. The Project Red Flag Academic Scholarship program is offered by The National Hemophilia Foundation  for women with bleeding disorders. Women who  want to pursue their  post-high school studies, have the best opportunity in the form of this scholarship. The applicant must be a female, resident of US and have bleeding disorder( von willebrand disease, hemophilia or other clotting factor deficiency or a carrier status) diagnosed with hematologist. The application form has been made available at : http://www.projectredflag.org/scholarship.htm and requires school reference, chapter/association reference and an essay of 250 words describing  How your education and future career plans will benefit others in the bleeding disorder community?. The complete application packet must be mailed  to concerned authority no later than May 14, 2010 to: Patrice Flax, NHF Manager Of Education, P.O Box 971483, Ypsilanti Mi 48197

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
The Education Advantage Program is a generous effort of Baxter to support the Hemophilia Community. It is an effort to help students with hemophilia A to pursue higher education and aspire for their dreams. The best partis  you can apply for this scholarship irrespective of the field of education you have chosen. University Scholarship If you planning ahead for you Bachelor’s Degree you will be eligible for up to $ 15,000 scholarship per year. The eligibility requirement and application is mentioned on the following link: http://www.myeducationadvantage.com/education/scholarship/ the recipients will get the awards in two installments mid August and end December. Community College And Technical Scholarship If you are pursuing an associate’s degree or or a technical/vocational certificate program you will be eligible for $ 2,500 per year. Application and required eligibility criteria are mentioned in this website:  http://www.myeducationadvantage.com/education/scholarship/ GED Assistance If you get through the GED test  you will be eligible for $ 150 reimbursement. Application and required eligibility criteria are mentioned in this website:  http://www.myeducationadvantage.com/education/scholarship/. Eligibility Criteria U.S citizen or a legal and permanenet resident Enrolled or planning to attend an accredited college or University in United States Diagnosed with hemophilia A or hemophilia inhibitors The Education Advantage program [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
COTT (Committee Of Ten Thousand) is an independent , peer-led, grassroots non-profit organization. It is a support organization for persons with HIV and persons with hemophilia who contracted HIV/AIDS from tainted blood products. COTT’s Rachelr Warner Scholarship is for those with any bleeding disorder.  Through this scholarship COTT honors Rachel Warner who worked actively for the hemophilia community. The Rachel Warner Scholarship can be used from high school through graduate school. The scholarship is meant for students with hemophilia or any bleeding disorder. The fund awards $ 1,000 scholarships each recipients. The application is available at :  http://www.cott1.org/fullstory.html?id=50. The application packet must include: One page essay about you past and proposed plans One page letter from your teacher or instructor briefly describing you The complete application packet must reach the concerned authority on the following address: Committee of Ten Thousand 236 Massachusetts Ave. NE # 609 Washington , D.C. 20002-4971 (800) 488-2688 (202) 543-0988 tel (202) 543-6720 fax cott-dc@earthlink.net Application Deadline May 1, 2010

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Categories: General, Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships