National Stop The Bleed Day - By States


May 31, 2020

Awards Available: 12

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Three scholarships per state are available. Using the same entry formats (video or essay) as the National scholarships, high school-age students in Oregon, Washington, California, and Texas have opportunities to earn Stop the Bleed Scholarships. (Any existing submissions to the National Scholarships from students in these states will be automatically included in the State Scholarship offerings.)
    Winning students will receive scholarship money towards post secondary education. The schools that winning students attend will receive free Stop the Bleed Kits. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 30 Goose Neck Lane
  • Riverhead, NY 11901
  • 516-810-9317

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Kole D  on 6/22/2019 5:23:17 PM

In order to write an essay about National Stop Bleed Day, are we required to write about the importance of it?

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