The Brandy Austin Law Firm is currently accepting applications for the Better Your Life Financial Scholarship. Eligible candidates should the U.S. citizens who are enrolled first school year in the fall of 2016’s calendar year. The winning applicant will receive $1,000. To apply, all required documents must be received by November 22, 2016.
Given the financial difficulties often faced by domestic violence victims, Brandy Austin Law Firm is interested in helping individuals engage and complete undergraduate and graduate-level education with the Better Your Life Financial Scholarship. A scholarship crafted to reduce tuition, the Better Your Life Financial Scholarship serves those in need to obtain a fulfilling college experience enhanced by reduced costs.
The Brandy Austin Law Firm scholarship grants victims the amount of $1,000 to be used exclusively for university school tuition. The check, payable to the recipient’s University, may reduce overall costs during undergraduate entry. The recipient is expected to submit any receipts in accordance with IRS regulations, so as to meet the scholarship’s integrity standards and meet legal requirements.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in any field.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, or must be otherwise authorized to conduct business, work or reside within the United States.
- Applicants must be attending their first school year in the fall of 2016’s calendar year.
- Academic achievements reflected by the undergraduate’s career must support a cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA.
Only the U.S. citizens are invited to apply.
To apply, all of the following materials must be submitted by the deadline:
- Proof of legal U.S. residency, such as a passport, birth certificate or permanent resident card.
- A three to five (3-5) paged typed essay describing the domestic violence you have overcome in your life and how you have moved forward.
- Copies of any official and complete college transcripts.
- An acceptance level from an accredited law school in the United States.
November 22, 2016.