The Law Office of Howard A. Snader is opening nominations for the Ray Snader Scholarship program. This opportunity is open to any student currently enrolled at an accredited university for study in the USA.
International students from all over the world are welcome to apply. Done annually, the Ray Snader Scholarship program will cut off applications by June 30.
What Benefits Are Included Within the Scholarship Program?
The winner of the Ray Snader Scholarship will receive $2,500 to help offset existing fees of international students pursuing a US education. Furthermore, it can cover college or university levels in any field.
Eligibility for the Ray Snader Scholarship Program
In order to qualify for the Ray Snader Scholarship program, students first and foremost be at least a graduating high school student no later than May or June. Next, the student should be enrolled in an accredited college or university within the US.
The program is also inclusive, as it is open to international students from across the globe. Applicants whose parent(s) have been imprisoned for a felony are also considered.
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How to Apply
To start the scholarship application process, applicants must provide the following requirements:
- Answer the provided essay question within 500-1500 words.
- Submit a copy of their transcript or any alternative supporting document that verifies their attendance within an accredited US college or university.
- If the applicant’s parent has been imprisoned, they should bring paperwork as proof.
*NOTE: Any sensitive material provided will be held in strictest confidence and will be shredded after the scholarship is awarded.
For more inquiries, please visit the Snader Law Group’s official website.
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