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The Colburn- Kennan Foundation is a charitable organization that works for individuals and families affected with chronic illness. The work of the foundation does not stops here, it is also involved in supporting those communities, local and national organizations that provides their support and services to individuals and families affected with chronic illness. Colburn-Kennan Foundation offers The Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship program in the honor of Beth Carew and to commemorate for the numerous work she has done selflessly for the people of bleeding disorders. The scholarship program is one of the several efforts of the foundation to support and help students with bleeding disorders. Eligibility Requirements: Must be hemophilic, von Willebrand disease or related inherited bleeding disorder Must be entering or is currently enrolled in an accredited 2 or 4 year undergraduate institution in United States High school seniors, college freshman, sophomores and juniors are also eligible Active participation in community service The applications are available with the chapters Hemophilia Treating Centers, the National Hemophilia Foundation, the hemophilia Federation and other national and community organization. The application will be reviewed and recipients will be chosen based on their academic performance, involvement in community service, personal letters and recommendations. Along [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
Kevin Child Scholarship is a loving gesture for those students living with Hemophilia and want to continue their further studies. Kevin himself was a sufferer from Hemophilia and the daunting challenges posed by this disease never deterred him from continuing his studies. His battle for life ended,  few days shot of his graduation from college but his desire that every hemophilia affected child should get an opportunity for education continues through his Kevin Child Scholarship Program. For Kevin Child Scholarship you need to be : Diagnosed with hemophilia A or B Must be a high school senior and desire to attend an institute of higher education (college, university or vocational-technical school ) or already a college student pursuing a post secondary education. If you feel you are the righful candidate just refer to the site: http://www.hemophilia.org/NHFWeb/MainPgs/MainNHF.aspx?menuid=54&contentid=35 which gives complete and descriptive information about the scholarship and application form. Along with the complete application form you also need to send: a current official transcrip of the grades recommendation letter from an  individual not related to the applicant-you can take it from your teacher. One page essay describing about your occupational objectives and goals  in life. How will the educational program you [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
A joint effort of Coca-Cola Bottlers & Coca Cola Company created Coca Cola Scholars Foundation to support the higher education for highly deserving students of United States. Around 250 students get scholarships annually with fifty students for four year $ 20,000 ($ 5,000 per year) and 200 students for four years, receiving total amount of $ 10,000 ($ 2,500 per year). You need to fulfill requirements to be eligible for this scholarship: US Citizen, U.S National, U.S permanent resident, temporary resident (legalization program), refugee; Asylee;; Cuban-Haitian Entrant; or Humanitarian Parolee Must have a minimum 3.00 GPA at the end of your junior year of the high school Planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S post secondary institution Currently in high school or home school senior thinking of graduating from a school or program in the United States during the academic year in which the application is made The application form and other details regarding the scholarship are given at: https://www.coca-colascholars.org/. After going through the application and all the given details fill in the form and send it to the concerned authority no later than October 31, 2010.

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Categories: scholarship For High School Students, Scholarships