The Nargis Ragab Scholarship for First Generation Immigrants and the Children of Immigrants is now open. All participants must be American and enrolled at high school or college in the United States. The winner will receive $1, 500. The annual deadline is 31 July 2021.
The attorneys at Hacking Law Practice LLC are devoted to fighting for the rights of Immigrants and their families. Immigration cases in the United States can be a long and drawn out process but we strive to provide information and resources that will help alleviate the stress along the way. When someone is facing an immigration issue in this country, it can have serious effects on many different aspects of their life. However, it can also create wonderful success stories. We are proud to introduce The Nargis E. Ragab Scholarship for First Generation Immigrants and the Children of Immigrants.
The winner will receive $1, 500.
Level and Area of Studies
High school and college level in any field.
Place of study
Any institution in the United States.
Eligibility and Requirement
All students interested in applying for The Nargis Ragab Scholarship for First Generation Immigrants and the Children of Immigrants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Applicants must be currently enrolled in a two-year or four-year degree program at an accredited college or university in the United States. High school seniors who will be graduating on or before the scholarship deadline are also eligible to apply as long as they are enrolled to attend an accredited college or university in the United States in the upcoming fall.
- Applicants must currently have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
A completed application for this scholarship will include the following elements:
- A current resume with updated contact and education information.
- An official or unofficial transcript from your current or most recent academic institution.
- A 750-1,000 word essay on this scholarship topic: Discuss how being an immigrant or the child of immigrants has shaped who you are today and what hardships you have had to overcome as a result of being an immigrant or the child of an immigrant in this country.
July 31st, 2021.