GLHF Career Development Scholarship

$500

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Career Development Scholarship provides funding assistance for tuition and enrollment fees relevant to continuing education in a non-traditional or non-degree format. This scholarship is intended to promote career development for those living with bleeding disorders. Parents and spouses are also eligible for this scholarship. Applications are accepted throughout the year. Applicants must be a Wisconsin resident or receive care at a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center.

    Please attach a 300-500 word typed narrative responding to the following discussion point. A scholarship reward is heavily weighted on the thoughtfulness, thoroughness and demonstrated need expressed by the applicant. The scholarship review committee may contact the applicant for further discussion during review process

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 638 North 18th Street, Suite 108
  • Milwaukee, WI 53233
  • kkoppen@glhf.org
  • 414-937-6782

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