National Cornerstone Healthcare Services, Bob Miller was a well-known mentor of bleeding disorders who retired in 2012 after 30 years as a physician assistant, this is because of his commitment and impact on the community that NCHS has named its scholarship award program is his honor. This scholarship is available at technical school, or undergraduate college or university and provided to learn any of the courses offered by technical school, or undergraduate college or university. The students of USA can have the benefit of this program and at USA.
- About the eligibility:-
To be eligible one:-
- -Must be planning to attend an accredited technical school, or undergraduate college or university.
- -Must be a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, or the parent, spouse, partner or child of a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder.
- -Must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher.
- -Must be a U.S. citizen.
- -Submit two (2) letters of support. One must be from a teacher or instructor, and the second from an employer, church leader, health care provider, or other professional person involved in your life.
- -Must submit a one page essay that describes your dreams, goals and objectives for attending secondary education.
- About the nationality:-
The students of USA can submit an application for this scholarship.
- About the awards:-
- The committee determines the number and amount of the awards based on a number of criteria including but not limited to academic merit, employment status, essay, reference letters, financial need and impact on the bleeding disorders community.
- The awards committee oversees the scholarship program offering awards from $500 to $1000 per year to a person or person(s) associated with the bleeding disorders community.
- The applicant awarded the scholarship will be notified by May 15.
- About the applying procedure and the Deadline:-
The mode of applying is by post.
The application closing date of this USA scholarship is April 1, 2013.