High School Scholarship Program


The Community Blood Center (CBC), your local community blood provider, is dedicated to supporting local high schools and high school students pursuing higher education through The Community Blood Center High School Scholarship Program. This scholarship aims to:

  • Educate and increase awareness of the need for life-long blood donation and volunteer service
  • Celebrate and promote community involvement
  • Share the importance of helping others through blood donation
  • Help high school students obtain transferable skills in areas such as leadership, marketing, and science

The program will award each partnering high school scholarship funds (based on student population) to be applied to the recipients’ college education, and is chosen by a committee comprised of high school staff. This partnership benefits your school's scholarship fund while supporting the blood needs of the entire community. Together, we can deliver positive life lessons for high school students through the emphasis of the significance of a life-long impact of blood donation and community involvement.

HOW TO APPLY (Deadline: April 13, 2018)

Complete an application,which is also available through a high school counselor or CBC School Representative. Use your imagination to submit a creative project or presentation that will educate and inspire individuals to make blood donation a lifelong habit.

  • Submit an essay or blog entry (max 500 words)
  • Create a web page
  • Record a song (max 3 minutes and must submit lyrics)
  • Film a commercial or video (max 1 minute)
  • Any other creative professional media you can think of!
  • Each entry will be evaluated by the respective High School Sponsor Site Committee for content, creativity, accuracy and persuasiveness
  • Each participating high school must submit winning application(s) with accompanying projects/presentation to the CBC Marketing Department
  • All project participants MUST complete a model release form

For more information contact your high school counselor or email marketing@communityblood.org.