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Scholarship for at risk youth (ID 4118)

Scholarship Description

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Here at Carr & Weatherby, we care deeply about the homeless population in Atlanta. We have had the privilege of serving our homeless population in a number of cases, including securing millions of dollars for the families of homeless victims killed in fatal accidents in Atlanta. We have also worked on cases involving homeless persons and truck accidents and other wrongful death cases. We have also worked extensively with the Atlanta Mission, which provides food and shelter for the homeless in our area, and we want to help in our own way. Because of this, we have created a Scholarship for At-Risk Youth, which we hope can help create a brighter future for deserving students pursuing their dreams.While one may associate homelessness with older adults, youth may also find themselves without a secure place to live. When a young person has no home, or worries about where they will sleep that night, education often becomes an afterthought. That’s why we have created the Carr & Weatherby Scholarship for At-Risk Youth. We want to give back to the community by offering help to students who are homeless or who have experienced homelessness, including at-risk, foster care and/or youth with critical financial needs.

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Min GPA:
1. You are either accepted to or currently enrolled in an accredited college or university within the United States. 2. You have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
3. You must submit an official copy of your transcript, your completed application, and your essay using the online form.
Special Criteria:
Essays are to be no more than 250 words. In order to be considered for the Carr & Weatherby Scholarship for At-Risk Youth, you must write an essay on one of these topics: In what ways has homelessness, or the threat of being homeless, shaped your goals and priorities, including your education? How have you overcome a particular challenge associated with being homeless/at risk for homelessness? In what ways would a college education change your life and, in turn, the lives of your loved ones and others around you?