Impacted by cancer for personally or diagnosis of any family member? Doran and Murphy Attorney Law is declaring their supportive Cancelling Cancer Scholarship for 2020. Students, who are the legal residents of the U.S. in any 50 states or any of the District of Columbia who is high school senior, graduate, or college students enrolled in the five-year post-secondary institute for the upcoming semester are invited.
The main intention behind initiating the scholarship is to support impacted cancer patients or suffered because of any family member or close friend. The grant will serve to be a ray of hope for the survivors from the horrible life-threatening disease by contributing to their academic goals and help them in achieving their dreams.
Personal Doran & Murphy, PLCC works for clients who are verdicts in cases of severe injury or wrongful deaths. Till the date, they are successful in benefiting with $15,250,000 verdicts family of workers who died of the mesothelioma, $6,500,000 for a construction worker who fell while erecting structural steel, $4,508,488 verdict for the retired railroad signal maintainer suffering from lung cancer.
Who May Be Eligible?
The Canceling Cancer Scholarship 2020 has set of eligibility to apply for the program, as follows:
- The student should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or more.
- The students should have a good overall academic record.
- The candidate should be a current high school senior, graduate or college student or enrolled in two to a five-year post-secondary institution for the coming semester.
- The candidate should be a legal citizen of the United States in any of the 50 states or the District of Columbia.
How to Apply
The eligible candidates can apply for the program by sending a full application with all the details and the documents on firstname.lastname@example.org. All the applicants should send the mail with the subject line “First initial.lastname – 2020 Canceling Cancer Scholarship Application”.
- A professional updated resume with a detailed list of experience, professional and academic achievements are needed.
- An application should have personal details and contact details of the candidate.
- An unofficial or official transcript from the current school is required. First-year students or the candidates who have transferred recently should submit a transcript from the current school as well as from the prior school.
- High school students should submit proof of acceptance of their university or college.
- A 750 to 1000 words essay is needed discussing the impact of cancer diagnosis of the applicant or their loved one had on their life.
Sharing the story and the feeling which we go through gives relief and makes one feel empty from the emotional burden. This scholarship will generate a sense of awareness and encouragement. A selected applicant will be awarded $1000 fund to reward them for sharing their motivating experience. The amount should be used for paying the expenses of their academics.
The last date to apply for the grant is December 31, 2020.