2017 Husband and Wife Law Team Arizona Scholarship
For two decades, the Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. has represented residents of the Phoenix area and throughout the state of Arizona. Our firm has a very strong connection to our community, which is why we’re excited to be offering a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving high school senior or current college student who has not only demonstrated superb scholastic achievement inside the classroom, but has also taken the time to make a positive impact on the Arizona community outside of the classroom.
The 2017 Husband and Wife Law Team Arizona Scholarship is our way not only to give back to a current college student or exceptional high school senior graduating in the 2016-17 school year, but also to stress the importance of higher education and students being able to follow their dream career path after high school, while still seeking to better their home community. With college-aged children of their own, principal attorneys Mark and Alexis Breyer are well aware of the costs associated with a post-secondary education these days. That is why the firm is proud to offer a scholarship award to one deserving applicant, in an effort to help pay at least a fraction of one student’s upcoming college costs. Keep reading to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
- Amount Awarded: A one-time $1,000 non-renewable scholarship to be used for post-secondary education purposes.
- Who Can Apply? Any high school senior or currently-enrolled college student with a minimum 2.8 GPA who is a resident of Arizona. You must be a graduating Arizona high school senior in good standing who has held a minimum 2.8 GPA through the most recently completed semester or grade period.
- Application Process: All application fields must be filled out in their entirety and the application must be submitted on the Breyer Law website no later than 11:59 pm on April 17, 2017. Any materials received after this time will not be eligible for consideration of this scholarship award. There will be no exception to not submitting the completed application by the due date, so please allow enough time to complete all scholarship fields prior to the submission deadline.
- Winner will be chosen by: May 17, 2017.
The winner’s name will be announced on the Breyer Law website and the firm’s social media sites on May 17, 2017. Once the submission period is over, updates will sporadically be made to the website regarding the review process, so please regularly check our company blog for relevant updates that may impact finalists. Non-winners will not be notified.
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Scholarship Eligibility and Requirements (All Criteria Must Be Met)
- All eligible high school applicants must anticipate earning a high school diploma in the 2016-2017 school year, and must anticipate attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the 2017-2018 school year.
- All eligible college applicants must currently attend an accredited four-year university or college, or must currently be attending a two-year institution.
- Basically, graduating high school seniors in good standing and who meet a minimum GPA requirement, college students currently attending a community college or four-year university are eligible to apply for the Husband and Wife Law Team 2017 AZ Scholarship.
Introduction: 100-200 Words
Breyer Law would like to learn more about the students applying for this scholarship. In 100-200 words, please tell us a little bit about yourself and why you’re applying for this award. Please include any information about yourself that you feel might help you stand out from other applicants. Tell us what makes you unique!
Short Essay: 500-1000 Words
What are your goals for your post-secondary education and career?
Describe one issue you see facing your Arizona community. What plans do you have to address that issue, and in what ways will your post-secondary education help you to do that?
Finalists Must Provide The Following Documentation
- Unofficial and Official School Transcripts – If you're selected as a finalist, we may request documentation from you to help determine your eligibility. Please DO NOT send us unofficial or official transcripts unless a representative of Breyer Law requests that you do so.
- Current Proof of Enrollment – An enrollment verification letter, post secondary education institution acceptance letter, or course registration for the upcoming college semester may be required and must be provided to Breyer Law upon request.
- Photo Identification – To help verify your identity, a copy of your U.S. driver’s license, U.S. state identification card, and/or passport may be required and must be provided to Breyer Law upon request.
NOTE: If you are chosen as a finalist or winner of the 2017 Husband and Wife Law Team Arizona Scholarship, your name and likeness, including your “Introduction” essay, may be used for marketing purposes. Simply put, this information may be used for promotional purposes on the Breyer Law website, Breyer Law’s social media sites, Breyer Law newsletter, and other web properties belonging to the firm.Apply Now