Are you interested in working for on-campus problems and advocacy initiatives? Here is the right opportunity for you. Combating Campus Issues Scholarship 2020 is being announced by Goldstein &Bashner. Students currently enrolled in any junior, community, undergraduate, or graduate institution in the United States are welcome to apply.
The motive behind the scholarships is to encourage the victim student to come forward and speak for their rights and justice. These programs are for the students with good academic records aiming to support the others and to find out the solutions for the on-campus issues.
Goldstein And Bashner is the successful law firm practicing in the areas like bicycle accidents, boat accident, bullying, bus accidents, car accidents, child injury, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, premises liability, school injuries, sexual assaults, slip and fall, tourism and travel injury, and a lot more. They thrive hard to help the victims get justice and compensation for their loss.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Before applying for a scholarship, the applicant should check the requirements of the program. The basic and mandatory requirement for all the scholarship is as follows:
- The students must be enrolled in any junior college, community college, undergraduate, or graduate in the United States.
- The applicants who are high school graduates to begin the college studies and are GED holders can apply.
- The candidate should be skillful with a personal understanding of the problems on campus.
- Good academic standing in the current institution is needed.
- The candidate should have no less than a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
How to Apply
If you are the right fit for the scholarship, then you can apply with all the credentials asked through email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The requested documents should be provided actively to the same email id with the application.
- Personal information like name, the address should be submitted in the application.
- Proof of good academic records from the current institute is needed.
- A current and latest updated resume with the statement of present education status should be submitted.
- The recent academic transcript from the current institution. Freshers can submit the unofficial transcript from the previous and the current school.
- The essay of 500 words about how they will fight and raise public awareness about combating issues they experienced on the campus. The ways how they will create a free environment and justify telling their personal experience or story.
A student with promising views and understanding on the issue and practical solutions will be chosen. The selected winner will be awarded the scholarship or fund of $1,000 to support their education and encourage them to do better.
The last date to apply for the grant is October 31, 2020.