• "The Lem Garcia Law Scholarship"
    The Lem Garcia Law Scholarship will provide a $1,000 award to an aspiring attorney who is currently enrolled or planning to enroll in law school for the 2022-2023 academic year. This scholarship program is intended to alleviate some of the financial burden associated with attending law school.
    Application Process and Deadline:
    To apply for the Lem Garcia Law $1,000 Scholarship, please write an essay of 800 words or less about why you are pursuing a legal career and how you plan to use your degree to fight for justice. If you have past experience in advocating for yourself or others, we would love to hear how that experience informed your decision to pursue a career in law.
    Forward your submissions to: scholarships@lemgarcialaw.com
    Anyone who is accepted into any law school in the U.S. for the 2022-2023 academic year or current law school students attending any law school in the U.S. throughout the 2022-2023 academic year.
    Privacy Policy: Lem Garcia Law will not sell or share students’ information collected during the application process to any third party. We will evaluate all submissions after the deadline passes and inform the winning contestant. The winner’s award check will be mailed to their law school’s financial aid department directly. By submitting content, the applicant gives us permission to publish their content on our site and social media channels. Applicants will maintain the ownership rights of the original content.

    "WiseGeek Scholarship for frist generations college students"
    $500.00 Award
    First-generation college students are trailblazers. They are often extremely academically prepared, and highly talented. They serve as role models for younger siblings in cousins within their family, and they carry the dreams of their parents and grandparents on their shoulders. The First-Generation College Students Scholarship is meant to support and encourage these students as they take on the biggest educational milestone thus far in their lives. This $500 award will help current or aspiring students who are the first in their family to attend college or university pay their tuition or student loans.
     Eligibility Requirements
    Current undergraduate or high school senior who is a first-generation college student
    U.S. Citizen or permanent legal resident