Martin Law Office Scholarship

Helping Current High School Seniors and College Students Pursue Higher Education

Martin Law Office Scholarship

You put in the hard work earning stellar grades, chose your career path, and applied to your preferred university. However, getting accepted into college is often just the first step in building your future. Along your path, you will face many challenges—some of which may be financial—but the attorneys at Martin Law Office, S.C. want to help.

We believe supporting the students of today will create a brighter future. As part of this effort, we created a $1000 college scholarship to help local students get a head start on their academic careers.

Do I Qualify for the Martin Law Office Scholarship?

To qualify for this scholarship, you must be a current high school senior or a college student.

How Do I Apply?

Applicants must fill out the “Martin Law Office Scholarship Form.” You can download the latest form here.

In addition to filling out the form, applicants must write a 400–600-word essay describing how they have made a positive impact on their community. Be imaginative and help us understand who you are and why you work to better your community.

When you have completed the essay and form, please email your application to

How Long Do I Have to Complete the Form and Essay?

For the 2022 Fall Martin Law Office, S.C. Scholarship, we will begin accepting applications on February 1, 2022. 

We must receive your application materials by July 31, 2022. 

The scholarship recipient will be notified by August 15th, 2022.

Please download the Martin Law Office Scholarship Form Here.

Past Winners

Savannah Santos

Savannah Santos 2022 Spring Scholarship Winner


Avery Moxness

Avery Moxness – 2021 Winner

Last year, we received such impressive entries that two exemplary scholars won scholarships.

  • Carson Wagner – 2020 Winner
  • Cynthia Ortega – 2020 Winner
  • Hannah Powell – 2019 Winner
  • Joshua Gerczak – 2018 Winner

To learn more about our previous winners you can follow these links to their bios:

You can also check our Community Involvement blog for more updates.

Reach Out to Us If You Have Any Questions

Do you have questions about your essay or application? You can reach us at

The students of today will build the Wisconsin of tomorrow. Let’s make that tomorrow shine!

-From the Oak Creek attorneys at Martin Law Office, S.C.

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