Finding it difficult to pay the educational expenses? Don’t let the financial issue stop you from moving forward in your education. Here is the scholarship to help you pass through the difficult times! HAINES Law is providing “A Step Forward Scholarship” to the students who are the first member of their family to attend the college and enrolled in an accredited community college, graduate, or undergraduate program in the U.S.
The firm understands the struggles and the responsibilities of the students who are the very first family member to enroll in an accredited university program. To encourage and ease these student’s issues, they have initiated the program. With their initiative, they want to ensure that the students do not stop their education due to a lack of resources or money.
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Who May Be Eligible?
To receive applications from students for the scholarship, HAINES Law has set some eligibility standards as follows:
- The candidate should be the first member of the family attending the college.
- Applicants must be enrolled in any undergraduate, graduate, community college program in the United States.
- The candidate should have a good academic record.
- A minimum cumulative Grade 3.0 GPA or more is required.
How to Apply
Students who qualify the eligibility test can apply for the scholarship by submitting all the required details in the application form and other documents on firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line for the mail should be ” Haines Law- A Step Forward scholarship Application”.
- Applicant should submit their latest updated resume, which includes their academics, volunteer, and professional experience.
- A transcript from the current school should be submitted.
- The first-year students or the one who has recently switched the schools should submit an unofficial transcript from their current school and an official transcript from their previous school. Students in high school should submit their acceptance proof.
- 700 to 1000 words essay should be submitted describing the educational goals and what it means to be the first member of the family to attain a college-level institute.
A step Forward scholarship will be of great benefit to the students struggling or finding it challenging to bear educational expenses. The selected winner of the program will be granted $1000 to help themselves in their monetary burdens during the school.
The interested applicants should respond to the program by submitting the requirements before November 30, 2020