Must be a college-bound high school senior (graduate or GED), college student, or technical school student with a bleeding disorder, or the child, spouse, or guardian of a person with a bleeding disorder. Must receive treatment in Tennessee. Must also have a GPA of 2.5 or higher to apply. Number of recipients and the amount awarded determined by available funds.LEARN MORE...
Members of the bleeding disorder community and their families. Must have prior participation with the chapter and be a resident of Virginia or planning to attend school in Virginia.LEARN MORE...
THIS PROGRAM, JUST FOR PEOPLE WITH HEMOPHILIA B, HELPS DELIVER A BRIGHTER FUTURE.
You’re doing remarkable things, and there are many more you want to do. Whatever they are, the Aptevo B More Scholarship is designed to help.
- Recipients receive a scholarship to use toward tuition, books or equipment for any type of post-high school education.
- Scholarships cover undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, trade schools, and certifications in the United States. Enrollment can be part time or full time.
- Scholarships are awarded based on a number of criteria.
- There is no age limit.
This is an annual scholarship and patients can reapply the following year.LEARN MORE...
4- $5,000 4 year college scholarships and 10 $2,500 community or vocational school scholarships. Deadline is June 30th for previous school year and patients or caregivers can apply by going to mynovosecure.com. The program is open to patients with Hemophilia A or B, Hemophilia A or B with an inhibitor, FVII Deficiency, Glanzmann’s Thrombasthenia or Acquired Hemophilia regardless of product used.LEARN MORE...
The Eric Dostie Memorial College Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Eric Dostie, a five-year-old boy with hemophilia, who was tragically murdered on Aug. 27, 1994. Eric’s brief life forever touched many others with joy, humor and unending love. Eric used to tell his family that he might grow up to be a scientist and invent a cure for hemophilia in the form of a “chocolate pill.”
Although Eric’s dream will never be realized, it has the chance to live on in the recipients of the award who pursue a college degree to broaden their education and career opportunities.
Each year, a committee chooses 10 students to receive $1,000 each, based on scholastic achievement, community service and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and be enrolled full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college degree program.
The Eric Dostie scholarship was founded in 1994 and since then has assisted a considerable number of bright young students reach their goals of higher education. In 2016 alone, 10 scholarships were awarded.
Student with hemophilia or other related bleeding disorder, or a family member. Must be a US citizen and enrolled full-time in an accredited two or four year college program.LEARN MORE...
At Matrix Health Group our Mission is to provide individualized, focused services to people with
bleeding disorders nationwide. Our Vision is to enhance the lives of those we are privileged to serve by
providing the best pharmacy and support services possible. Our Mission and Vision are met by the
value we place in five Guiding Principles. One of these principles is Enrichment. We understand that in
order to perform at our best, we must always seek to learn and grow, while using our knowledge to
assist and empower others.
In acknowledgement of our Guiding Principle of Enrichment, Matrix Health Group companies offers
nine (9) $1000 educational scholarship opportunities to students diagnosed with hemophilia, von
Willebrand Disease or other bleeding disorders, and in the case of three of the scholarships, immediate
family members may also apply. These scholarships are in memory of several amazing individuals who
brought remarkable qualities and skills together in a way that truly touched the community they were
dedicated to serving. Their efforts to make a difference in the lives of people with bleeding disorders will
not be forgotten and shall be carried on with these scholarship opportunities.
Awards are based on criteria including, but not limited to academic merit, reference letters and essay.
A Scholarship Committee will review the applications and decide to whom the scholarships will be
awarded. Applicants are not required to be past, current or future customers of Matrix Health Group or
To apply, applicants must send the following:
- Photograph of applicant (must own the copyright) *
- 1-2 page letter of intent and/or qualifications
- Letter of recommendation
All items are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as attachments in one combined email by July 31, 2016. Applications will be reviewed by an internal committee. Applicants will be notified in August if they have been selected.
Full eligibility details can be found on our website: http://fosrx.com/wp/scholarships/LEARN MORE...
Students clinically diagnosed with hemophilia or von Willebrand disease. Renewable up to four years, for college or trade school. One award for student attending private school in grades 7-12.LEARN MORE...
Qualified applicants must be a person with an inherited bleeding disorder who is a legal resident of Minnesota and South Dakota, and/or a patient of one of HFMD’s affiliated Hemophilia Treatment Centers in these states. The HFMD Scholarship must be used to pursue a course of post-secondary education.
The completed scholarship application, letters of recommendation, and transcripts must be received by HFMD no later than June l, 2015 to be considered for the following academic year.LEARN MORE...
MedPro Rx, Inc. is pleased to offer “Education is Power” Scholarship. The scholarship is open for U.S. individuals who have Hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. At MedPro Rx, they simplify complex pharmaceutical regimens- to help patients with chronic illness control their disease and live fuller lives. A minimum of 20 scholarships will be awarded ranging in value from $500-$2,500 will be given to the deserving canidates.
MedPro Rx, Inc. is an accredited provider of specialized pharmacy services. They simplify complex pharmaceutical regimens. Patients with chronic illness know that getting their medication on time is essential to controlling their disease.
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:
- Nationwide students who have hemophilia A, hemophilia B or von Willebrand Disease (vwd)
- Must have a bleeding disorder
- 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 of 2016
- Community involvement and/or volunteer work
Your completed application and documentation should be returned by U.S. mail only
“Education is Power” Scholarship
140 Northway Court
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615-4916
The Nate Slack Scholarship award, presented by HF healthcare, wants to honor
memory and a giving spirit of Nate Slack by providing two (2) $1,000 educational
The scholarships are made available to people with hemophilia or a related bleeding
disorder, or to a person within the immediate family who is attending or has been
accepted to attend a two or four year college or trade school.
Students with bleeding disorders or parents, spouse or siblings of those with bleeding disorders with tuition assistance as they pursue their education at an accredited college, university or vocatoional/technical school. Students must reside in the state of Wisconsin or receive care at one of the Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Centers.LEARN MORE...
For caregivers of children affected with bleeding disorders, a person who has been diagnosed with hemophilia, or their sibling. Preference given to a hemophilia community member, parent and family members seeking healthcare related education from an accredited college or university or certified training program.LEARN MORE...
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.LEARN MORE...
One (1) scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $2,000.00 to the immediate family member of a person with a bleeding disorder.
- Must be a parent/sibling/child of a person with a bleeding disorder
- May or may not have a bleeding disorder themselves
- Seeking a post-secondary education from a college, university or trade school
One (1) scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $4,000.00 to a student pursuing a degree in the medical/healthcare services field. We have noticed over the years that many of our students in the bleeding disorders community are studying for a career in the medial field. Because we know how costly this can be, we created this scholarship specifically for those students to help further their goals.
- A person with a bleeding disorder or related to someone with a bleeding disorder
- Must be pursuing a degree in the medical/healthcare services field
Two (2) educational scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $2,000.00 each to students with a bleeding disorder.
- A person with a bleeding disorder
- Seeking a post-secondary education from a college, university or trade school
Since 2010, Education Advantage has awarded more than 200 scholarships to US students with bleeding disorders. The scholarship program has grown!
New for 2016, those with von Willebrand disease are invited to apply! The program continues to be open to hemophilia A, hemophilia B, and inhibitor patients. Education Advantage is open to US students, regardless of which brand of treatment used.
Education Advantage offers three different scholarships to eligible applicants:
- University Scholarship
- Up to $7,000 for students working toward their bachelor’s degree
- Renewable for up to 3 additional years
- Community College and Technical Scholarship
- $1,000 for students seeking an associate’s degree or a technical vocational certificate
- Renewable for up to 1 additional year
- GED Assistance
- One-time $150 reimbursement if you pass the GED test
Get started on your application today at www.baxaltahematology.com/us/bleeding-disorders-info/education-advantage.html
The application period for 2016 is open February 16th until April 29th. You can find more details about the scholarships, meet the previous year’s winners, and find out how quick and easy it is to apply at www.baxaltahematology.com/us/bleeding-disorders-info/education-advantage.htmlLEARN MORE...
At Biogen Idec, we believe knowledge is the first step to empowerment. We’re proud to enable students with hemophilia to pursue their passions through a wide range of academic scholarships, including individual awards for vocational/technical schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges and universities.
Who’s eligible: applicants with Hemophilia A and B.
The scholarship cycle for 2016 opens November 12, 2016 and closes April 15, 2016.
- website: www.biogenidechemophiliascholarships.com
- Previous winners can apply again, there are no restrictions
- The contact information for application assistance is 855-670-4787 (ISTS)
Person with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease or other inherited bleeding disorder enrolled in an accredited college.LEARN MORE...
Person, or immediate family members, with hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorder residing in Michigan.LEARN MORE...
Open to all students whose parent has any significant disability or health condition. Although no specific parental disabilities are prioritized for these scholarships, we especially encourage those students who have a parent with an intellectual disability to apply for these scholarships. Fifteen $1,000 scholarshipsLEARN MORE...
Individuals living with HIV/AIDS accepted or enrolled in college in the U.S.LEARN MORE...
The scholarship is awarded twice each year to individuals with hemophilia or a related inherited bleeding disorder or an immediate family member in the Kentucky area. 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.LEARN MORE...
People with bleeding disorders that are Louisiana residents and attending any type of college, vocational, or trade school. Amount: Four $500 scholarship per semesterLEARN MORE...
Students with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders registered at an accredited college or university in the state of Louisiana. Must be a Louisiana resident and be TOPS qualified. The scholarships are gifts, not loans, and can be used by the recipient as needed for school related expenses (books, meals, etc.). There are two types of scholarships, traditional and non-traditional. The traditional scholarships will be awarded first and if scholarship awards are still available they will be issued to eligible non-traditional students. Up to fifteen $1000 scholarships each semester.LEARN MORE...
Any post secondary undergraduate student who has been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder and lives in the service area of the Midwest Hemophilia Association. The service area has been defined as western Missouri and eastern Kansas. The scholarship is for continuing education via college or trade school.LEARN MORE...
Established in 1997, the program is designed to inspire deserving students living with hemophilia to achieve their educational goals.
Patients and families in the hemophilia community face challenges that extend far beyond treatment. That’s why Pfizer is committed to advancing the lives of those in the community with unique support programs and resources. Our scholarship program is one of them, and is designed to inspire deserving students living with hemophilia to achieve their educational goals.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must have either hemophilia A or hemophilia B and be a high school senior, have a high school diploma or general education development (GED) credential, or be currently enrolled in an accredited junior college, college (as an undergraduate or graduate student), or vocational school.LEARN MORE...
Two recipients each receive a $2,500 scholarship, which are awarded for one academic year. The scholarships may be used at any accredited nonprofit college, university, vocational, or technical school in the United States. People living with a bleeding disorder, their siblings or their parents, who are active, participating members of HACA, are eligible to apply.LEARN MORE...
Anyone with a bleeding disorder, immediate family members of those with a bleeding disorder, and immediate family member of those who have died due to complications of a bleeding disorder living in Colorado. The applicant must be in the process of seeking a post-secondary education, which can include a college or university, or a trade school.LEARN MORE...
Candidate has hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or another inherited bleeding disorder, or is the child of a parent who died as a result of complications arising from a bleeding disorder and was a client of Hemophilia Georgia. Must currently reside in Georgia and have been a permanent resident of Georgia for a minimum of one year. Must currently be enrolled in or accepted for the upcoming school year at an accredited college, university, vocational, technical or professional degree program.LEARN MORE...
This scholarship is for high school seniors and college students with a diagnosed blood disorder pursuing an undergraduate degree. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants or their family (if under 21) must be members in good standing with Midwest Hemophilia Association. In addition to the scholarship application, applicants must include: a letter from their doctor certifying that they have hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder or are the family member/carrier for hemophilia or related bleeding disorder; documentation or certification of financial need; documentation or description of civic involvement; three letters of reference; and most recent high school or college transcripts.LEARN MORE...
The Bleeding Disorders Association of Northeastern New York, Inc. is offering scholarships for higher education to its members for accredited vocational schools and undergraduate programs.
One award will be granted per year for members living within the same immediate household. Depending upon available funds and the degree program in which enrolled, scholarships range up to $500 per academic year.
Applicants must be individuals with, or immediate family members of, individuals with a congenital bleeding disorder. The applicant must be a member of the the BDANENY.
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