Ray Snader Scholarship is an opportunity for a young person who wants to acquire a college education, but as a result of a member of their family being imprisoned as a result of a felony conviction they have a financial hardship in obtaining the necessary funds for their college education.
The scholarship is not limited to one seeking a career in law or justice studies, rather, this scholarship is intended to help any college bound student who has had to deal with or overcome the difficulty of a parent being held in custody.
How to Apply:
- Write a essay sharing your story of more than 500 words;
- Where do you wish to attend college;
- Career path you wish to pursue;
- If awarded, how the scholarship will be beneficial for you.
- The essay must be received by email by no later than June 30.
- Provide your first and last name, email address, home, address, and phone number listed at the beginning of the essay (or in the letterhead)
- Provide a copy of your transcript or any form of attendance verification at an accredited college or university;
- Submit validating paperwork/verification that the parent named is your parent and was imprisoned. Copies of records are sufficient.
- Any material provided will be held in strictest confidence and will be shredded after the scholarship is awarded
- Applicant must be graduating high school no later than May/June, 2018 or actively enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States
- Applicant must have a parent currently in prison for a felony offense, OR
- As a result of the parent’s prior confinement, the family is unable to provide sufficient financial assistance for tuition, book, and other related college expenses
Email application to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Organization||Law Offices of Howard A. Snader|
|Subject areas||All Disciplines|
|Fellowship amount||Not mentioned|
|Eligibility||Open for all nationalities|
|Deadline||30 June (Yearly)|