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California Workers’ Compensation Lawyers, APC Scholarship
We know that change begins with investing back in the young individuals who will be the entrepreneurs, activists, politicians, business owners, and community leaders of the future. The California Workers Compensation Lawyers, APC law firm represents victims of on-the-job injuries, and we fight to ensure all of our client’s receive the medical treatment and compensation they deserve.
Our firm knows what it’s like to have your life impacted by an accident, and we have seen many of our clients not be able to go back to the same work they were doing when they were injured due to a substantial injury. But many of these injured individuals go on to further their education through vocational rehabilitation, junior colleges or even getting a masters or a PhD. Witnessing these amazing transformations is what has motivated us to want to offer scholarships to extraordinary people looking to do extraordinary things.
The cost of education on all levels has been increasing year by year and we understand how challenging this can be for a student pursuing a college degree. So, that is why our law firm is offering to all students that meet the criteria “California Workers Compensation Lawyers, APC Scholarship.”
This $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to one qualified student who is currently attending or are planning to attend community college, university or graduate school.
How to qualify?
In order to be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Applicant must be currently enrolled or accepted to a university/college/community college for the 2023-2024 school year.
- Must be in good academic standing with your current educational institution.
- You have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
- If your institution has a policy that scholarship funds be sent to them directly you will not be awarded a check in your name.
- DACA friendly
How to apply?
Steps to apply for the Scholarship Program:
- Write an essay of 1400+ words on the topic below
- You must submit your essay using the form below before 5:00pm on April 15th, 2023.
- Essays must be submitted in PDF format.
- Make sure your essay is unique and creative.
- The winners will be announced on May 1st, 2023 and will be notified by phone and email.
Scholarship Essay Prompt:
Why Is Education Important To Your Future and How Will Your Education Help You Benefit Your Community?
Scholarship Amount: $1,500
How will applications be reviewed?
Our staff will review each application submitted and list the winner on this page after the deadline date.
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Disclaimer for Scholarship:
We will not share your personal information to any 3rd party.We will never ask for sensitive data such as bank details or credit card number.
There is no cost to participate in the scholarship program.
The Scholarship award must be used exclusively on tuition, housing, or supplies related to schooling.
For any additional information contact us at: email@example.com
2023 Scholarship Winner
“Education is of utmost importance to me as a female who spent part of her childhood in Saudi Arabia. Growing up in a society where gender roles are often defined rigidly, I’ve come to appreciate the power of education in breaking down barriers and empowering women. Education has provided me with a sense of independence. It has allowed me and will continue to allow me to explore my potential, think critically, and voice my opinions. Knowledge is a tool that can empower me to challenge societal norms”.
2022 Scholarship Winner
Rocio Lucia Lopez
Rocio Lucia Lopez graduated at the University of California Berkeley and she’s currently been accepted to San Joaquin Law School.
“I am very appreciative for receiving the California Workers’ Compensation Lawyers, APC Scholarship 2023. This scholarship will financially assist me in my legal studies, this scholarship will go towards buying school books and aid with my living expenses while I continue law school. This scholarship will assist me in my pursuit of becoming an immigration attorney, I specifically desire to advocate for underserved refugees, asylum seekers, and undocumented victims of crime who are unable to access legal representation.”