Martin Law Office, S.C. is excited to announce that it will be offering an $1000 scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year!
To apply for the Martin Law Office, S.C. Scholarship 2021, applicants are asked to write a 400-600 word essay describing how they have made a positive impact in their community. The scholarship is open to current high school seniors and college students. The application period will run from March 1, 2021, through June 15, 2021. Applicants are asked to fill out the “Martin Law Office Scholarship Form” attached below. Upon completion, applicants should email their applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. The recipient of the scholarship will be notified by June 22, 2021.
Please download the Martin Law Office Scholarship Form Here.
Best of luck, and we look forward to reviewing all of the applications!
Martin Law Office is excited to announce the recipients of the Martin Law Office Scholarship 2020!
Due to the high quality of applications and the applicants’ dedication to making a positive impact in their communities, we decided to award two scholarships this year. We want to thank all who applied for the scholarship for taking the time to apply as well as all their service to their communities.
Meet our first recipient, Carson Wagner! Here is a little about Carson:
Carson Wagner will be attending the University of Alabama to major in Mechanical Engineering and has concurrently been accepted into the Manderson Graduate School of Business to pursue an accelerated MBA. In high school, he was active for four years on the speech team, acted in or directed 11 school plays, and competed at the state level in Skills USA. He also volunteered over 315 hours at the Indian Prairie Public Library in Darien, IL, where he was simultaneously employed last summer as a Teen Intern developing and implementing STEAM programs for 72 at-risk youth.
Meet our second recipient, Cynthia Ortega! Here is a little about Cynthia:
Cynthia Ortega graduated from UW-Milwaukee in January 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in English. While earning her undergraduate degree, she worked full time as an events coordinator and completed two internships – one in external affairs and one as a Spanish translator. In addition to attending school full time and working, Cynthia was also an active volunteer with the Kitchen Cabinet organization, which helps to provide meals to families and sponsors events in the Milwaukee community. Additionally, Cynthia was involved with the Hispanic Civic Participation Committee, where she helped create a bilingual booklet about the importance of voting and civic participation. Cynthia will be attending Marquette University Law School in the fall.
Meet the recipient of the Martin Law Office, S.C. Scholarship 2019, Hannah Powell!
This scholarship is for current high school seniors and college students. The scholarship is for $1,000 towards the student’s future academic endeavors.
Here is a little about the 2019 winner, Hannah Powell:
“Hannah Powell is a student at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Hannah is pursuing a degree in social work and hopes to work in the field of juvenile justice. Hannah is an active member of community and participates in many activities that have had a positive impact on her community. Some examples of Hannah’s community involvement include creating a club at her high school centered around connecting students with special needs to their neurotypical peers, volunteering at a respite house, volunteering in special education classrooms and working at a center for children with special needs.”
Meet the winner of the Martin Law Office, S.C. scholarship recipient for 2018, Joshua Gerczak!
This scholarship is for current high school seniors and current college students. The scholarship will be for $1000 towards their future academic endeavors.
Here is a little bit about our winner, Joshua:
“Joshua Gerczak grew up in Elm Grove and attended Brookfield East High School. Josh has been involved in DECA, National Honor Society, Varsity and club soccer. He also is active in the community volunteering and spent last summer creating his own food drive, titled Meals for Milwaukee, raising over 5000 meals for local families with Feeding America. This fall, Josh will be attending Indiana University as a direct admit into the Kelley School of Business, where he plans to major in Finance.”