The Richmond Defense Firm is introducing its marvelous “Nicholas Braswell Strong Roots Scholarship” program for the year 2020. The awards are created for applicants who are enrolled or planning to enroll in accredited community colleges, private or public undergraduate colleges, and universities.
The program is a way to promote the meaning of community in the digital age. The firm will also sponsor educational opportunities for individuals who are dedicated to building strong communities where passions and careers can take root. The best scholar will also get funds to accomplish their studies.
The Richmond Defense Firm works to combines years of experience with an aggressive approach to provide those accused with the most vigorous defense possible. Richmond defense attorney Nicholas Braswell has handled everything from DUI and reckless driving cases to drug and gun crimes litigating over 100 trials for his clients.
Who May Be Eligible?
Interested participants must meet up with the criteria to apply for the program:
- All candidates must be currently enrolled (or planning to enroll) in an accredited post-secondary program, which includes: community colleges, private or public undergraduate colleges, and universities, private or public graduate degree programs, law programs, and business programs.
- All students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Must possess an interest in community building, as demonstrated by their essay and resume.
- High School Seniors are also encouraged to apply for this scholarship.
How to Apply
Students eligible for the scholarship program can submit their complete application along with the essay, resume, and transcript electronically via email to email@example.com. The title of the email application must have a subject line of “[Name of Applicant] – Strong Roots Scholarship 2020.”
- An updated resume that states academic, professional, and volunteer experiences with a focus on community building.
- Students can feel free to highlight relevant coursework or experiences that might not be included in a typical resume. This document must, however, be limited to actual experiences (that is, “interests” do not count as experiences).
- A 500-word essay that answers the following question: How is the meaning of the word “community” changing in today’s world, and what does that mean for people who wish to build strong, healthy communities?
- A current official academic transcript demonstrating that the candidate’s cumulative grade point average is 3.0 or higher.
- Note: candidates who cannot provide an official transcript from their current institution may submit both an unofficial transcript from their current institution, as well as an official transcript from their last school.
The Richmond Defense Firm is assisting a scholar who will have the best essay with a $500 scholarship award. The recipient will get help to support his/her higher studies and its related expenses such as tuition, fees, books, etc.
The application deadline is August 31, 2020, to submit your essay.