Education Equality Scholarship (ID 3585)
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- The Parian Law Firm applauds those seeking a higher education. Education brightens the future of America. However, in higher education, a paradigm called “The Gap” exists.
If a student, for example, receives a Pell Grant and other financial aid, they still may struggle to pay the balance due to attend college or university classes. Many times this is due to circumstances beyond the student’s control such as growing up in an economically disadvantaged household.
Students are often unable to afford to continue their education. Unfortunately, many students simply give up on their dreams of a college education.
We simply cannot let this happen.
For this reason, The Parian Law Firm offers a needs-based financial aid response to aid gap funding specifically.
We are offering $1,000.00 to a student currently enrolled in a community college, junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program.
The Education Equality Scholarship rewards hard-working individuals seeking future education, security, and financial stability.
The Education Equality Scholarship is available regardless of a student’s major selection and current educational year.
- • Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or be otherwise authorized to work in the U.S.
• Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited degree program in the United States including community college, junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program.
• Applicant must be passionate about closing the financial gap to education.
- Special Criteria:
- If an applicant meets the requirements stated above, they are eligible to apply. Applicants must submit all required materials by September 30, 2018 to be considered. The following documents are required for submission:
• An updated resume with contact information and current student status.
• A 750-word creative essay on how to close the financial gap to education and why access to higher education is important for all.
• A current transcript from the applicant’s current institution. Unofficial transcripts are accepted and first-year students should submit unofficial transcripts from their most recent institution with documentation from the school which the applicant is currently enrolled.