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Educational Scholarships


Educational Scholarships

The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) is pleased to offer educational scholarships for survivors of brain injury who are residents of Missouri to pursue post-secondary education.

SSM Rehabilitation Network Education Scholarship
Corporate scholarship of SSM Rehabilitation Network - Select Medical Partnership to assist survivors of brain injury on their road of recovery through encouragement and support for post-secondary education.  The SSM Rehabilitation Network Scholarship program offers two $750 post-secondary education scholarships for survivors of brain injury.

 

Jim and Lori Winter Scholarship
Honors the long-time volunteer leadership of Jim and Lori Winter for strengthening the Brain Injury Association of Missouri. Lori continues her volunteer service as a Support Group Facilitator for two groups.  Donations to BIA-MO support the Jim and Lori Winter Scholarship Fund to provide two $500 scholarships for survivors of brain injury to continue post-secondary education. 


Selection Process

The Scholarship Committee reviews all applications.  From these applications the committee then submits information about the top five nominees to the full board two weeks prior to the December Board Meeting.  The board selects a minimum of two scholarship recipients.

More than two scholarships may be granted if funding is available. Efforts will be made to ensure that at least one of the scholarships is granted to a student who has recently or is about to graduate from high school.


Annual Awards

Each year the Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) honors individuals and organizations that have made an outstanding contribution in the brain injury community.

Please nominate individuals, a group of individuals, companies or organizations you feel are deserving of a BIA-MO Award.

Courage Award

Honors the success of an individual with brain injury.

 

Bill Buell Memorial Award

Honors a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor or Case Manager who has provided outstanding service to the brain injury community within or outside of his or her employment responsibilities.

Point of Light Award

Honors an individual who has provided outstanding service to persons with brain injury. Nominations must be made by an individual with brain injury.

Volunteer of the Year

Honors an individual who has furthered the mission of the Brain Injury Association of Missouri through his or her volunteer service with the organization.

Legislator of the Year

Honors an elected official representing citizens of Missouri who has supported the prevention of brain injuries, services for survivors of brain injury or their families, or supported issues important to the brain injury community.

Service Excellence Award — Prevention

Honors an individual or organization for lasting contributions in brain injury prevention.

Service Excellence Award — Community Service

Honors an individual or organization for exceptional service within the brain injury community.

Service Excellence Award — Public Relations

Honors an individual or organization for outreach and educational efforts that have increased awareness

Lifetime Achievement Award

Honors an individual or organization for significant contributions and long-term impact to the brain injury community.







 

BIA-MO Membership has many benefits. Join today

Membership is free for survivors of brain injury.
  

   


Click here to view a video about how BIA-MO helps those with brain injury

 

 

 

Brain Injury Association of Missouri, Inc.

2265 Schuetz Road

Saint Louis, Missouri 63146

Toll Free 800-444-6443

Phone 314-426-4024

Fax 314-426-3290


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