The schools that winning students attend will receive free Stop the Bleed Kits.
Submissions must be received by [email protected] later than 5/9/19.
School provides you with a formal structure that real life learning does not, and that structure helps you to learn self-discipline.
One of my father's favorite sayings when we were growing up was, "School teaches you to do the things that have to be done, when they have to be done." The trick, in my opinion, is to internalize the lessons of school without losing one's creativity and joy in learning.
You can help yourself and help your school by making a 1 to 2 minute video or writing an essay from 250 to 500 words to tell us about why Stop the Bleed is important to you, to your school and to your community.
Winning students will receive scholarship money towards post secondary education.All submissions should include the following: Essay or Video; student name and grade; school name and address (street, state, and zip); name, title, and email for one school point of contact (teacher, school nurse, guidance counselor or principal). Videos should be posted to You Tube and the link included in the submission.Winners will be announced on National Stop the Bleed Day.School introduces you to other points of view, which is necessary to learn tolerance and empathy.School provides you with exposure to diversity in culture and religion, something we also need to develop tolerance and empathy.Educators go through a rigorous application process, and every answer they submit is reviewed by our in-house editorial team. The 12-20 years that we spend in a classroom are only part of the learning process that begins the moment we are born and ends when we die.And to some, who believe in a life after death, our learning continues on indefinitely.Submissions must be received by [email protected] later than 5/31/19.Winners and their schools will be notified by June 11, 2019 to coordinate scholarship funding and for the schools to receive the Stop the Bleed Kits and Training.Some schools are more effective at helping with this than others.School also provides exposure to activities, ideas, and fields of knowledge that you might never encounter otherwise.