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The Samuel J. Goldstein, Esquire, Scholarship Fund was established at The Pittsburgh Foundation to provide scholarships to benefit students from Allegheny County and contiguous counties who are planning to attend or already attend law school in Pennsylvania.


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This foundation scholarship is open to all first, second, and third year law students who either graduated from a public or private high school in Brazoria County, TX, or who currently reside in Brazoria County, TX. Financial need will not be taken into consideration.

The spouses of Congressional Black Caucus members created this scholarship to address the educational need in the congressional districts in response to federal cuts in spending for education programs and scholarships, which disproportionately affect people of color. This opportunity awards scholarships to academically talented and highly motivated African-American or Black students pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral degrees in a variety of fields.

Preference to those living in, from, or plan to attend school in rural/underserved area, or students who have overcome issues of community discrimination/marginalization, or students who demonstrate leadership qualities/pursue goals to benefit the LGBT community

This scholarship is intended to help fight cancer by contributing to the education of those individuals who have been impacted by it and are using their experience as motivation to pursue a career that aims to eradicate cancer.

This scholarship program provides support to qualified Jewish students whose primary residence is in the Greater Los Angeles area with need-based financial aid. Recipients can pursue both undergraduate and graduate studies at colleges, universities and vocational schools nationwide.

This law firm's scholarship is geared to academically successful students committed to combat the issue of distracted driving by championing and developing a plan that will persuade young adults to avoid distracted driving. Financial need is not a requirement.

The National Federation of the Blind's annual scholarship program is the largest of its kind in the nation. Every year, we award blind scholars across the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico in recognition of their achievements and professional aspirations.

Must be pursuing or planning to pursue a full-time, post-secondary course of study in a degree program at a U.S. institution in the fall of the year of application (one scholarship may be given to a person employed full-time while attending school part-time)

This foundation scholarship is geared to students interested in the pursuit of law, and who reside in or around Roanoke county. In addition to the residency requirement, this scholarship also contains a merit component.

The Kilroy Law Firm Justice Scholarship promotes diversity within the profession for Black/African American, Hispanic, Native North American, and Pacific Islander students. This scholarship will be awarded to a law school student.

Since 2009, ISF has funded American Muslim scholars studying and working in fields with the greatest impact on public opinion and policy, including law, legal studies, and human rights. Law scholarships range from $5,000-10,000. Our goal: to improve negative portrayals of Muslims in the news, increase the number of Muslim policymakers, and invest in the creation of positive and engaging stories about American Muslims.

The SCWLF awards $5,000 scholarships to African-American female law students who have committed to careers as prosecutors. For these future prosecutors the Scholarship program covers the cost of the bar application and preparation up to $5,000. The Scholarship program also offers a $5,000 incentive for scholarship recipients who secure employment as prosecutors.

Scholarships are awarded to students who are members of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups and who are exploring a career in IP law. Scholars engage with experts and leaders in the patent law field during the law school admissions process and throughout their law school experience.

MAX by AccessLex offers scholarship incentives to help you maintain motivation and momentum as you progress through our personal finance curriculum, developed exclusively just for law students like you. Complete MAX activities to be automatically entered into our drawings throughout the year and win up to $40,000!

This foundation scholarship is directed at the next generation of women lawyers by supporting outstanding female Alabama residents in achieving their educational goals. Scholarship is both merit and financial need based.

The Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund aids people active in movements for social and economic justice. Need-based scholarships are awarded to students who are able to do academic work at the college or university level.

This state scholarship is directed at students of Hispanic origin who will attend Florida public or eligible private institutions. Merit and demonstrated financial need will be taken into consideration.

To assist students who have received foster care, guardianship, adoption, or Continuing Education and Job Training from the Casey Family Programs in certain states, this scholarship will assist students attending college or graduate school.

This club's annual scholarship is geared toward high-achieving, community service-oriented law students of Greek heritage. Contains residency requirement, in addition to demonstration of merit and financial need.

This diversity scholarship seeks to provide financial support to low-income immigrants planning to attend law school. In addition to financial support recipients will be connected to Immigrants Rising network of legal professionals.

The Herbert Lehman Scholarship is a national, highly competitive scholarship that makes annual awards to qualified, outstanding undergraduate students. The scholarship is named after the former Governor and United States Senator from New York in recognition of his integrity, courage, and persistence on behalf of numerous civil rights causes.

The scholarship is awarded to a female law student in Ohio whom aspires to promote diversity and inclusion efforts in their future legal practice or brings a unique perspective to the law as a result of their diverse background or experience.

Ms. Andow, a longtime member of the Cleveland Chapter, established this scholarship in her will. She was a wedding planner who later studied to become a legal secretary. She shared her enthusiasm and abilities with others, and volunteered almost all of her spare time with the JACL.

The Hope Scholarship is for students in grades kindergarten through 12 who are enrolled in a Florida public school and have been bullied, harassed, assaulted, threatened and or other violent acts to transfer to another public school or enroll in an approved private school.

Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, a student enrolled in a Florida public school in kindergarten through grade 12 who has been subjected to an incident of battery; harassment; hazing; bullying; kidnapping; simple battery; robbery; sexual offenses, sexual harassment, sexual assault, or sexual battery; threat or intimidation; or fighting at school the opportunity to transfer to another public school with capacity or enroll in an approved private school under the Hope Scholarship. Incidents reported may be investigated at the district level, however, there does not have to be substantiation on the part of the district to offer a transfer to another public school with capacity or the ability for the student to move to an eligible private school on scholarship. School district personnel in Florida have a responsibility to notify families of the Hope Scholarship Program. For more details on the scholarship, please visit Step Up For Students, the Scholarship Funding Organization that administers this program.

The law provides for eligible sales tax contributions from the purchase of a motor vehicle to eligible nonprofit scholarship funding organizations (SFOs). Contingent upon available funds, the SFOs then award the scholarships to eligible students on a first-come, first-served basis.

Pursuant to section 1002.40(6), Florida Statutes, school district personnel in Florida have a responsibility to notify families of the Hope Scholarship Program. Incidents reported may be investigated at the district level, however, there does not have to be substantiation on the part of the district in order to offer a transfer to another public school with capacity or the ability for the student to move to an eligible private school on scholarship. Districts are also obligated by law to adopt and review at least every three years a policy that among other provisions prohibits bullying and harassment of a student or employee of a public K-12 educational institution. This policy must be publicized in the code of student conduct required by all districts.

Additionally, Section 1006.09(6), Florida Statutes, requires that principals submit accurate School Environmental Safety Incident Reporting (SESIR) system and discipline data to the state using the Automated Student Information System. Each school principal must ensure that standardized forms prescribed by rule of the State Board of Education are used to report data concerning school safety and discipline to the department. The school principal must develop a plan to verify the accuracy of reported incidents. Therefore, beginning in the 2020-21 school year, the Department will begin collecting data from schools and districts on the number of Hope Scholarship Notification Forms given to families to pursue education in private schools.

A child must attend a North Carolina public school for at least the Spring semester before they would begin using an Opportunity Scholarship (see exceptions to prior public school requirement). Please note: home schools are not public schools and do not qualify as prior public school attendance. 041b061a72




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