A $750 scholarship for high-school, undergraduate or graduate students, who have a gay/lesbian adoptive or foster parent.
Child Support Lawyer L.A. is an attorney service build to assist people with child support, custody, adoption and many other support practices for children and families in need of help.
They offer one scholarship with a total value of $750 ($500 covering tuition fees and $250 for living expenses) to high-school, undergraduate or graduate students.
The applicants are required to write a 500-650 words essay focusing on the topic:
“My adoptive/foster parent is gay/lesbian and I wouldn’t change it.”
The responsiveness, clarity, and organization of the essays will influence the grading of each application. The applicants are asked to check the limit of words previous to submission.
The deadline for the application is September 30, 2020.
- Applicants with gay or lesbian adoptive or foster parents
- At the time of the application the candidates should be least 18 years old
- Applicants from community, public, and private colleges, as well as graduate schools are eligible
- The candidates should not be related to any staff of the awarding institution
How to Apply
The candidates are asked to fill the application form from the scholarship website providing information in each required field.
Any application received after the official deadline will be disqualified. Applicants are also asked NOT to include their name or college in the text of their essays in order not to be disqualified.
Candidates should send a proof of their enrollment in college or higher learning institution, with a course load of at least 6 credits, as well as a government issued proof of identity.
The winning applicants are also required to maintain, and provide proof of, a cumulative GPA of 2.0.