Continue your education with Eltringham Law Group’s Accidental Illness and Injury Scholarship
Are you a student in the United States who has suffered injury, illness, or financial hardship due to accidents or illness? The Eltringham Law Group Accident Injury/Illness Scholarship is here to provide you with financial support and assistance for your educational journey. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through all the important information you need to apply for this scholarship, including eligibility criteria, application procedures, previous scholarship winners, and more.
Scholarships play an important role in helping students pursue their educational dreams, especially when they face difficulties. Eltringham Law Group recognizes the challenges that students may face as a result of financial hardship as a result of injuries, illnesses, or accidents. To ease these burdens, they offer the Eltringham Law Group Accident Illness/Injury Scholarship. In this guide, we will provide all the necessary details to help you apply for this scholarship.
- Before going through the application process, it is inspiring to recognize past scholarship winners as they
- demonstrate the impact this scholarship has had on students’ lives. The 2023 winners are:
- First Place: Emery Burton – $3,000
- 2nd Place: Nyla Sweeting – $1,500
- 3rd Place: Sepa Crystal – $500
If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, follow these steps:
Visit Official Website: Start by visiting Eltringham Law Group’s official website, where you will find complete information about the scholarship.
Online Application: Complete the application form available on the website. Please ensure that you provide all required information and documents as specified.
Annual Application: Please note that only three scholarships are available each year. Therefore, students must submit a new application each year to be considered for that year’s award.
It is important to understand how the scholarship is distributed. Scholarship money is paid directly to the school by the students. The school will then deduct the scholarship amount from the student’s tuition balance. This financial aid can be used to cover various educational expenses including admission fees, room and board, etc.
To be eligible for the Eltringham Law Group Accident Illness/Injury Scholarship, applicants must meet specific eligibility criteria. These standards include:
candidate must be currently enrolled in high school or college.
Applicants must apply to a school in the United States that is accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, making them eligible to participate in Title IV federal student financial programs.
Applicants must submit a copy of their school’s acceptance letter.
Applicants must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and provide proof of their GPA.
Applicants must be US citizens and provide proof of citizenship.
Applicants must demonstrate financial need by providing an EFC (Expected Family Contribution) number/score calculated on the FAFSA. They should also describe their need in their essay.
Applicants must provide at least one letter of recommendation from a teacher or professor, past or present.
They should also get a letter of character recommendation from someone other than a relative or peer, such as a current or former employer or coach.
Applicants may have any major or degree; There are no restrictions based on background, race, gender, religion or ethnicity.
No employee, former employee, or family member of an employee of Eltringham Law Group is eligible to apply for the scholarship program.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and an impartial and independent selection process is used to select deserving students.
Please be assured that your privacy is respected. Eltringham Law Group is committed to keeping your information confidential and not sharing it with third parties. Your data is used exclusively for the scholarship selection process.
Eltringham Law Group is a team of Florida personal injury attorneys dedicated to helping people seek justice. They provide their legal services at no cost to clients until they win their cases, demonstrating their commitment to truth, transparency and justice.