The Angela Faye Brown & Associates Child Custody Attorneys has declared a scholarship program named The Best Places You Go for high school seniors, college students, or graduate students with a minimum GPA of 3.5 or higher who are also good in overall academic standing. The students should be legal residents of the United States. Travelling and moving from place to place can be easy and convenient for someone who believes in exploring themselves at different places and can be difficult for someone who isn’t ready for the changes. It impacts differently on everyone’s life according to different circumstances and causes. This Scholarship asks for such experiences to share with them and get rewards.
The applicants will be selected based on their essay, which describes their perspectives from a particular travel or relocation experience. The selected applicant with the best essay will receive an award amount of $1,000. The amount will help students pursue their higher education and be used for their educational purposes. This will increase their financial concern, which will lead them to focus on their studies and build a better future for themselves.
Angela Faye Brown & Associates was founded with a belief to empower their clients through knowledge and education. They are working on the principle as Access to knowledge is Access to justice, where no matter what type of family-related issue people need assistance with, their actions are guided by this single-inclusive legal principle.
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Have a look at the below table to get a quick idea about this scholarship:
|Organization||Angela Faye Brown & Associates|
|Education Level||High school senior, college student, or graduate student|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||February 28, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
- Applicant must be a current high school senior, college student, or graduate student
- Legal resident of the United States residing in one of the 50 states or the district of Columbia
- Having minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher and be in good overall academic standing
How to Apply?
The students who are eligible for this program should write a 500-word essay or make a one-minute video essay discussing how moving or exposure to new environments through travel can positively impact a person’s life and should include a personal story and what life lessons were learned through this experience. With this, candidates should submit a professional resume that lists their experience, both professional and academic, and a transcript from their current school. The first-year college students, graduate students, or individuals who have recently transferred schools may submit an unofficial transcript from their current school, as well as the most recent official transcript from their prior school and the students from high school must also submit proof of acceptance to their college or university. All the materials should be sent through email with the subject line “Angela Faye Brown & Associates, PLLC-2022 The Places You Go Scholarship” to the below email address:
The winners for this scholarship program will be selected on the basis of their essay which will describe their experiences and stories and how they discovered new perspectives from a particular travel or relocation experience. The best one will receive an award amount of $1000 which will be utilized for their educational purposes such as tuition assistance, books, other supplies, and other related required fees. This will make it the student easy to pursue their higher education by managing the expenses that are required. This will lessen the financial concern of students which will make him/her free and concentrate on their studies. Students will be able to share their experiences and motivate others to discover the best in themselves at different places regardless of the circumstances.
The eligible applicants who have read the concept of this program should submit their entries with the required materials prior to February 28, 2022. Applications received after this date will be considered ineligible.