Hemophilia of Indiana provides information about educational scholarships when we are made aware of them. Each scholarship provider has specific requirements, be sure to read the requirements thoroughly. Contact the funding source with any questions or concerns. Many have early deadlines, so apply as early as possible.
Don Molter, Career Counselor at the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center is available to answer any college or scholarship questions. You can contact him at 317-871-0000.
Hemophilia of Indiana Judy Moore Memorial Scholarship Program
Judy Moore joined the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center as a social worker in 1999. She first entered the hemophilia care arena in 1990 through employment at Hemophilia of Indiana. Judy’s experience serving the hemophilia community spanned the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the transition to recombinant clotting factor concentrates, and most recently, healthcare reform. Judy was in inspiration to all – patients, families, friends, and coworkers. She leaves a proud legacy of care, having touched many lives during her thirteen years at the IHTC and her prior years serving the bleeding disorder community.
Scholarships will be awarded to those inflicted with a bleeding disorder, including but not limited to von Willebrand’s disease, Hemophilia A, or Hemophilia B. The scholarship will be presented to the applicant that provides the best combination of a creative and persuasive essay, excellent recommendations, and superior academic standing.
To be eligible, you must:
- Have been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, be an Indiana resident attending a school in the United States, and meet one of the following criteria:
- Be a high school senior or graduate, or
- Have completed high school or an equivalent (i.e. general equivalency diploma [GED]), or
- Be currently accepted to or enrolled in a junior college, college (undergraduate or graduate), or vocational school
Deadline for the 2020 Judy Moore Scholarship was May 18th. Information for the 2021 application will be available early 2021.
Hemophilia of Indiana Ed Magoni Memorial Scholarship
Ed Magoni was a patient of the IHTC for 28 years. He was originally diagnosed with severe Hemophilia A in Dayton, Ohio, on his first birthday, despite having no family history. Ed was treated in Pennsylvania and New York before moving to Indiana where Dr. Shapiro and Dr. Greist and their staffs became integral parts of Ed’s care and well-being. Ed always knew he could rely on their experience and medical expertise, but most importantly their humanity.
Live many living with a bleeding disorder, Ed face many challenges and he met them head on. For example, his dream of becoming a professional football player was redirected to a career in sports journalism. Ed made many lasting friendships with fellow journalists as well as coaches and athletes. One of Ed’s proudest accomplishments was his work with young, aspiring journalists and many of his interns have gone on to have successful carriers.
In the same spirit, Ed would be proud to encourage and support young people living with Hemophilia today. For this reason, his family has established the Ed Magoni Memorial Scholarship.
Scholarships will be awarded to those inflicted with a bleeding disorders, including but not limited to von Willebrand’s disease, Hemophilia A, or Hemophilia B. The scholarship will be presented to the applicant that provides the best combination of a creative and persuasive essay, excellent recommendations, and superior academic standing.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, Hemophilia of Indiana will award up to $5,000 in college scholarships, including vocational schools.
To be eligible, you must:
- Have been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, be an Indiana resident attending school in the United States
Deadline for the Ed Magoni Memorial Scholarship Application was May 18, 2020! Late applications will not be accepted!
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