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Glen Lerner Gives Back Community Service Scholarship (ID 3148)

Scholarship Description

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The partners at Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys believe that one of the most important things we can do is to lead by example and serve one’s community by prioritizing empowering young people to also participate in their communities and helping them to fulfill their full academic potential.

While any law firm obviously wishes to be known for excellent legal representation for those in need of it, it is also important for Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys to be known for being a local, responsible and compassionate member of the community that cares about the local neighborhood and its residents.

It is because of this commitment to people and the local communities we serve, that we are very proud to announce the inaugural Glen Lerner Gives Back Community Service Scholarship

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The Glen Lerner Gives Back Community Service scholarship is available to anyone who is currently pursuing a course of study at any duly accredited community or junior college, undergraduate or graduate degree program anywhere in the United States. High school graduates or GED holders who are about to embark on college-level studies, are also eligible.

Strong candidates for this award will be able to fully demonstrate their dedication to serving their community, as well as showcase personal examples of community service undertaken even in the face of personal, financial, or legal hardship.

Potential recipients must supply proof that they are in good academic standing, as evidenced by a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.
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Application Process

Those wishing to apply for the scholarship will be required to submit a completed application cover sheet, as well as:

-A current resume, updated contact information and statement of educational status/program level
-An original essay of approximately 750 words (12-point, Times New Roman font preferred) that fully describes their experienced commitment to community service and what their experience with community service has played and will play in their academic career.
-An updated transcript (unofficial transcripts acceptable) from the applicant’s current institution; first-year students will be permitted to submit unofficial transcripts from their most recent institution attended, together with unofficial documentation from their current school.