Every two seconds, someone needs blood—from premature infants to organ transplant recipients, cancer patients to accident victims. And young people play a critical role in ensuring that we are able to provide a safe and steady community blood supply. With Nebraska Community Blood Bank—school administrators, faculty advisors, and students alike have an experienced and dedicated partner working to develop the next generation of leaders.
Each year we partner with over 20 area high schools to help young people begin to build a life-long commitment to community service as blood donors and as leaders in organizing and conducting successful school-sponsored blood drives.
As part of our High School Program, two unique components—Student Scholarships and the High School Blood Drive Workshop—provide education, training, recognition, and financial support to graduating seniors in their post-high school academic pursuits.
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High School Blood Drive Workshop
The annual High School Blood Drive Workshop is a one-day training and education event, that inspires student leaders to give back through community service, enhance their leadership and customer service skills, and play an important role in saving lives through blood donation. They will have an opportunity to:
More details to come about the 2017 High School Workshop.
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