American Red Cross Bloodstock Scholarship Program
While many scholarships are given based off of essay-writing abilities, and some are rewarded solely off of an application, not too many are determined based off of a student’s ability to physically accomplishing a goal. This program is open to all students who are above the age of 16.
How does this scholarship work?
The American Red Cross is running the Bloodstock Scholarship Program (and no, this is not a more gory Woodstock!) that issues scholarships based on a student’s ability to successfully coordinate a blood drive in their community. A student must coordinate their drive from some time between May 15th and August 15th to be eligible. The sheer volume of blood donated does not determine who will receive the scholarship; rather, all students who successfully complete a drive will be entered into a drawing.
For an overview of the scholarships including contact information, head over to the Red Cross’ scholarship website. Best of luck!