The Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship
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.
- 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 with the application one needs to include:
- Official transcript if currently attending a college (send separately through Mail)
- If a high school senior send College Board scores (send separately through Mail)
- 2 recommendation letters from those not related to you
- Current Photo (send with the application)
- Current Resume (send with the application)
- 10 questions answered in 500 words or less (given in the application)
Fax the application or send it to
Colburn Keenan Foundation Inc.
PO Box 811, Enfield, CT 06083
The application must be postmarked on or before April 15, 2010
Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships