Looking for High School Teens Interested in Leadership Opportunities

Meet other high school students with bleeding disorders, participate in interactive activities, and learn some valuable things about becoming more independent.

  • One hour meetings will be held monthly  via Zoom  starting in January, 2023.
  • The first meeting will introduce you and your parents/guardians to the program.
  • Discussion topics will be determined by the teens.
  • A free mystery fun activity will be held in the fall!
  • Program is free of charge.
  • Requirements for participation:
    • You must attend a hemophilia treatment center (HTC) in Michigan, Indiana or Ohio.
    • You must be a 2022-23 freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in high school.

Please register to get on the mailing list for this program. Registering does not commit you to the program. If internet is a difficulty, please note on the Jotform.

Comments from 2022 participants:

“I enjoyed the break out rooms and talking to others in there.”

“The games were fun.”

“I liked meeting new people.”


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