Are you brought up in a Single parent household? Schoonmaker, George, Colin, Blomberg, Bryniczka & Welsh, P.C.understands that it is challenging to raise in a single-parent family where you face many financial difficulties and have to get through it you face mental stress as well. The Schoonmaker, George, Colin, Blomberg, Bryniczka & Welsh, P.C is looking forward to helping you with your difficulties through the Single Parent Home Scholarship is proposed for the high school senior, college student, or graduate student who are planning to enroll in post-secondary education in the fall semester of 2021. The student’s financial needs and academic performance are considered for the scholarship, and one student will be awarded $1,000 for their assistance.
This scholarship aims to assist the students, where they will feel a little support, and it will build confidence in the student. The Schoonmaker, George, Colin, Blomberg, Bryniczka & Welsh, P.C.understand how growing up in a single-parent household can impact a child’s life; an organization is putting its whole efforts to keep the students on the right track. Their mission is to give the best support to the students and inspire other students towards education.
Schoonmaker, George, Colin, Blomberg, Bryniczka & Welsh, P.C. have often helped families operate as single-parent households due to divorce or other issues. The organization has seen firsthand how hard single parents work to create opportunities for the children and make sure that their family is well taken care of, and is taking the initiative to help the students form this family to build a promising future for themselves.
Take a look at the following table for quick information about the scholarship;
|Organization||Schoonmaker, George, Colin, Blomberg, Bryniczka & Welsh, P.C.|
|Educational Level||High School senior, College student, or Graduate student|
|Number of Awards||One|
Who May Be Eligible
Kindly go through the following eligibility criteria for the scholarship:
- The fellow should be a current high school senior, college student, or graduate student
- The applicant must belong to a single-parent household
- The candidate must be a legal US resident
- The candidate must be enrolled in a two to a five-year post-secondary institution for the Fall 2021 semester.
- The student should have remarkable academic standing
- The student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better
- The fellow should be enrolled in community service or extracurricular activities
How to Apply
The submission should be made with the complete information and the required documents. The fellow should apply via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by mentioning the subject (First initial, last name) – 2021 Single Parent Household Scholarship”. The fellow should provide the submission without making any errors in the application.
Kindly provide the application before the deadline as the late submission will not be considered for the scholarship.
Few asked documents students need to submit are:
- The student should submit the latest transcript
- The candidate should write/ type and offer a 750-1,000 word essay response to the prompt: Discuss how living in a single-parent household has shaped students’ career goals and how fellow plans to pursue those goals during and after their time at college.
- The student should provide a professional resumé that lists their experience, both professional and academic.
- The candidate should submit proof of acceptance to their college or university.
- The fellow should enlist community service or extracurricular activities involved.
The awarded scholarship will help the students accomplishing their goals and reducing their financial stress. The awarded scholarship will let the students dream of the best education. This scholarship will reduce the educational burden on the students. The scholarship should only be occupied for paying academic fees, tuition fees, and academic-related expenses. The application process for this fund is straightforward.
Applicants are invited to apply. Late applications will not be considered.