Scholarship For Working Students
For over 20 years, Hancock Injury Attorneys has been dedicated to protecting our community and making it a safer place to live. We do this by holding large insurance corporations accountable on behalf of our clients, many of whom have suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of others. These include traumatic brain injuries and permanent injuries to spinal cords, shoulders, or knees.
In an effort to extend the idea of making safer communities, Hancock Injury Attorneys strives to encourage students to improve themselves by going to college and furthering their education. With better educational opportunities, these student changemakers will in turn make their communities a better place.
We know that to get to the point where you can make a positive impact, it takes a huge amount of hard work. Both attorneys Mike and Claire Hancock worked part-time jobs throughout high school, college and law school to help pay for their education. Their work ethic helped them get to the place they are today, successfully fighting for justice for their clients. In support of these students who have worked hard not only in school but also in a part-time job, Hancock Injury Attorneys is awarding a $1,000 scholarship opportunity.
A) Applicants must be a student in good standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
B) Seeking either an undergraduate degree or advanced degree at an accredited institution of higher education within the United States.
C) Worked at a part-time job at some point during high school and/or college or anticipated need to work during undergraduate or graduate education.
D) Be accepted to an institution of higher learning.
E) And one of the following applies:
1) Graduated from high school or are graduating within 9 months
2) Have received GED or are receiving GED within 9 months.
3) Accepted as a two to four-year college student enrolled in a US institution for undergraduate or graduate studies.
F) Employees and vendors of Hancock Injury Attorneys and immediate family members are not eligible for this essay contest.
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