The college life is a time where students grow from the inside out, make good connections and important decisions like what they want to be in the future or what they are interested in, etc. Getting a chance to study at a leading college can be an exciting thing for someone who is trying their best to make their ends meet and cannot even afford higher education. Increasing study costs has limited students’ access to quality education and caused other problems that today’s students are facing as they go for college. Connecticut Trial Firm believes that students’ learning journey should be free of financial barriers so that they can as much learn as they want and solely focus on their education. And that is why it is now giving them a chance to get funds for their studies through its Education Accessibility Scholarship. Undergraduate and graduate students in the United States can get needed support from this scheme.
This year, the firm is very glad to extend a scholarship to a student who is the first in their immediate family to go to college. Andrew Garza and Ryan Mckeen are partners of this firm and also were the first ones in their families to go to attend college. They understand the value of college education in the life of a student who is unprivileged financially. For this reason, they seek to support and encourage those who are in the same position by making possible this scholarship. Under this funding program, the firm will provide an award of $1,000 to a student who composes the best essay on the suggested theme. Candidates can apply for this program just by sending an essay with their resume and unofficial transcript.
Connecticut Trial Firm is a well-established law firm with the single motive of helping those who are wrongfully injured and killed. The firm has three values which are honesty, transparency, and communication, and this is the reason why it is counted as one of the best legal firms in the United States. It strives to eliminate the burden of its clients and guide them through the complicated process so that they can get fair compensation for their loss. Their willingness to fight back with all forces and preparation often leads to maximum settlement for their clients.
Get the quick information through this table:
|Organization||Connecticut Trial Firm|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate and graduate students|
|Number of Awards||Multiple|
|Application Deadline||December 30‚ 2021|
|Requirements||Essay, transcript and essay|
Who May Be Eligible?
Candidates with the following criteria can easily enter this program:
- Applicants enrolled at an accredit institution as undergraduate and graduate students can apply for this program;
- Candidates should be the first in their family to attend the college;
- Aspirants should have good academic standing with a minimum of 3.0 GPA.
How to Apply?
Send the following at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the deadline:
- A current resume
- A current official and unofficial transcript
- A 750 words essay explaining how the education system in the United States could do more for students to be able to attend a higher education institution.
The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship for their college education. This support will help them get rid of the financial problems that they are facing for a long in gaining quality higher education. It will encourage and empower them to continue chasing their educational dreams and become whatever they want to be.
Applicants are invited to apply for this program until December 30‚ 2021. Early applications will be given preference.