Scholarships for Our Community
EDUCATION ADVANTAGE Scholarships for Our Community
The 2017–2018 application period is now closed.
EDUCATION ADVANTAGE is a scholarship program designed to help people with a bleeding disorder pay for school and continue their education. It can be a great start on the road to developing your career and getting involved with the community.
The program is open to anyone with hemophilia A or B (factor VIII or IX deficiency), including those with inhibitors, as well as von Willebrand disease, regardless of which brand of treatment they use.
If you're working toward your bachelor's degree, you could be eligible for a $7,000 scholarship award, renewable for up to 3 additional years.
Community College and Technical Scholarship
If you're seeking an associate's degree or pursuing a technical/vocational certificate program, you could be eligible for a $1,000 scholarship, renewable for up to 1 additional year.
If you pass the GED test, you could be eligible for a one-time $150 reimbursement.
Meet the 2016–2017 Scholarship Winners
Since 2010, the EDUCATION ADVANTAGE scholarship program has awarded more than 200 scholarships to students with a bleeding disorder totaling over $1,300,000.
The new winners will be posted once scholarships have been awarded, but in the meantime, take a look at the current winners below.
Kent State University
Indiana University Bloomington
Grand Canyon University
New York, NY
Penn State Worthington Scranton
Ocean Township, NJ
University of Florida
Du Bois, PA
St. Francis University
Lake Worth, FL
Palm Beach State College
Battle Creek, MI
Kellogg Community College
Missouri State University
La Roche College
Wayne County Community College
Broome Community College