The application deadline is midnight, May 8, 2021 Eastern daylight time.
In order to be eligible for the National Scholarships, you must be a student attending high school in the United States and its territories. Home schooled students who would otherwise be attending high school are also eligible. In order to be eligible for the Frontline Family Scholaships, you must have a parent or guardian who has worked on the frontline during the pandemic (February 2020 to March 2021).
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When you submit your application, you will receive an email confirmation and your parent/guardian and school point of contact will receive a notification.
Students can apply once for the National Scholarships and, if eligible, can also apply for the Frontline Family Scholarships.
If you are submitting a video, double check the URL before you add it to the application form to ensure it is working. Also, make sure you have the “public” setting for it turned on.
If you are submitting an essay, include your name (first, last) and your email address at the top of the page.
Winning students for National Scholarships and the Frontline Family Scholarships will receive their scholarship monetary award by June 30, 2021, and their schools will be contacted by June 30, 2021 to coordinate for the delivery of their Stop the Bleed Kits.
The National STOP THE BLEED® Day project reserves the right to utilize any essay or video content submitted as part of an application for the purpose of promoting the STOP THE BLEED® campaign.