Student Scholarship Program - Awardees

Scholarship


The Histiocytosis Association is honored to provide an inaugural scholarship program for those impacted by histiocytic disorders in the United States. The initial launch of the program included (1) $500 scholarship available to an eligible student in NJ, DE. PA or NY thanks to special funding received for student leadership in those geographical areas, as well as (2) additional $500 scholarships open to eligible students throughout the entire United States, which was personally funded by the Histiocytosis Association Board of Trustees and Staff.

We hope to continue to expand upon this program in the future. If you are interested in contributing to ensure this program can continue for many years to come, please contact Heather at scholarships@histio.org or donate here (All funds donated will go towards ensuring the availability of future scholarships).

 

Meet our inaugural Scholarship Awardees

Kiley

Kiley Sileikis
(HLH)

Kiley is a student at Northampton Community College studying Applied Psychology.  She was diagnosed with Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis in 2013, just before she turned 17 years old.  Her dream is to use her education and training in psychology to help others in need.  She is also an active volunteer with the Bushkill Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary.

   
Casey


Casey Jenkins
(LCH/JXG)

Casey is planning to attend Liberty University in the Fall of 2019 studying a dual major of Policy and Politics as well as History. During high school, Casey was very active in student government, his church and several other activities. He, along with his family, have hosted an annual event benefiting the Histiocytosis Association. "Casey's Bull Roast" has raised over $165,000 in 10 years. After earning his undergraduate degree, Casey hopes to continue his studies by earning a Masters degree.

   

Nathan Montag
(LCH)

Nathan will be a freshman at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the Fall of 2019. He is looking forward to studying Special Education and eventually going on to earn a Masters in Secondary Education. His passion for Special Education developed through a series of extraordinary events through high school and he looks forward to making a difference in the lives of many in the future. 

© Histiocytosis Association, Inc.
332 North Broadway, Pitman, New Jersey  08071 USA
Phone: +1 856-589-6606 | Fax: +1 856-589-6614
| info@histio.org
US & Canada Toll-Free: 1-800-548-2758 
Privacy | DisclaimerState Fundraising Notices 
Tax ID: 22-2827069 | Contact Us 
Follow Me on Pinterest   


¿No Habla Inglés? Si usted puede escribirme sus preguntas y preocupaciones a la dirección de correo electrónico: outreach@histio.org. Nosotros podremos responderle tan pronto nos sea possible. Gracias!