If you are a high school or college student and are enrolled in a two–five year institution in Maryland in 2016, apply today for the $1,000 DuBoff & Associates, Chartered Maryland Perseverance Scholarship.
As you transition through your education, whether from high school to college or from college to the working world, it is important to look back and reflect upon the times when the going got tough but you just kept going—and you made it out on top. How did you get through? Who helped you? By remembering your own strength and your support network, you will be able to face any new challenges that come your way.
Each one of us received a helping hand when the going got tough. We wouldn’t be where we are today if we hadn’t. That is what we do now for others in our practice, and that is what we want to do for you. We want to offer you a helping hand so that you can realize your dream of obtaining a college education.
That is why we are offering one $1,000 scholarship to help a Maryland student further his or her educational aspirations.
This scholarship is open to any high school senior or college student in Maryland. He or she must be enrolled at a two-year to five-year institution in 2016. A minimum GPA is not required. Read the Instructions and Terms and Conditions for more eligibility information.
To apply, create a short (30–120 second) video and essay telling us about one of the following things:
- A time when you received help through a tough time. Who helped you? What was the outcome? What did you learn from this experience that you will take into the future?
- A time when you stuck up for someone else. How did you help him or her? What was the outcome? What did you learn from this experience that you will take into the future?
Your video and essay should also tell us how this scholarship will help you to achieve your educational goals. Upload your video to YouTube. Fill out the application and include a link to your video on YouTube.
Applications are due April 17, 2016.
Ready to get started? Please read our scholarship Instructions, Terms, and Conditions before proceeding.
Call GNGF at 513-444-2016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.