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To be awarded to applicant enrolled in an undergraduate or technical degree program at an accredited institution or with an accredited provider in a field that is likely to contribute to reducing the burden of drowning. This includes, but is not limited to, healthcare administration, biomedical engineering, nursing, technical rescue courses, EMT, or Paramedic.

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Go Big!

One $1,000 prize to be awarded to applicant in pursuit of an accredited postgraduate degree in a field that is likely to contribute to reducing the burden of drowning, including, but not limited to, MHA, MD, DO, JD, or MPH.

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Make a Difference!

Reducing the global burden of fatal and non-fatal drowning requires more than just lifeguards. We need engineers, doctors, lawyers, prehospital personnel, community organizers, behavior experts, and big picture people all working together. This grant is for individuals or organizations committed to taking a fresh approach and using their unique skill sets to reduce the global burden of drowning.

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Announcing our 2016 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to Lani Marrill, Ryan Satira, and Nicole Emerson for winning our Undergraduate Scholarship prize of $500 each. Congratulations to Natalie Taylor for winning our Postgraduate Scholarship prize of $1,000. Let’s meet them: Natalie Taylor is a 3rd-year student of Medicine at Temple University and has a bachelors in Environmental Science. She was a lifeguard in Del Mar, California,

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Congrats to our 2015 Scholarship winners!

Congratulations to Andre Adam, Da’Quecye Swain, and Erin Cole for winning our Undergraduate Scholarship prize of $500 each. Congratulations to William Koon and Trevor MacDonald for winning our Postgraduate Scholarship prize of $1,000 each. Once again, all our applicants were outstanding. Fortunately, this year we had it a little easier because Martin’s brother Seth Hedstrom, an

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