Submissions for the 2020 Marasco Family MTLI Scholarship are CLOSED!
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The Marasco Family believes it is important to be committed to your profession, but it is also important to be committed to your family and your community. The Marasco Family is thrilled to be able to fund a scholarship recognizing emerging leaders in this industry. As aspiring leaders emerge, they are encouraging these individuals by promoting a healthy work-life balance.
This competitive 2-year MTLI Undergraduate scholarship is meant for an emerging leader in the critical care transport community and is judged on the applicant’s active involvement, industry achievement level, promoting a healthy work-life balance and commitment to the medical transport industry.
The MTLI enhances leadership and management of medical transportation through formal education programs emphasizing management theory and its direct practical application.
Click here to view more information about the MTLI and it’s Undergraduate Program.
The first Marasco Family MTLI Undergrad Scholarship to Jacob Bratcher
Mr. Bratcher receives the scholarship based on his dedication to improving the air medical and critical care transport industry. Jacob states “As a member of the critical care transport community, it is my obligation and privilege to deliver the highest quality of care to the patients I encounter, but also to be a resource for EMS providers in the community whether that is providing educational outreach to local EMS services and hospitals, or collaborating with EMS and physicians.”
Edward Marasco and his wife Joyce Marasco are the sole benefactor of the Marasco Family MTLI Undergraduate Scholarship. “We could not be more pleased that Jacob was selected for the Marasco Family MTLI Scholarship. His strong desire to learn and grow is a testament to his role as an emerging leader in our community. Our family is delighted to help make this possible.”
“The Foundation is thrilled to award the first Marasco Family MTLI Undergraduate Scholarship to Mr. Bratcher ” said MedEvac Foundation President and CEO, Cameron Curtis. “Mr. Bratcher’s desire to develop his leadership skills and learn from healthcare leaders regarding obstacles, advice and encouragement is a true testament to understanding and accomplishing a healthy work-life balance.”