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The Branch Out Scholarship

The Branch Out Scholarship: Commitment to excellence in education and communities

Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys is hosting a bi-yearly scholarship giving $1,000 to a student who demonstrates through a personal statement that they are committed to expanding their education and using their education to improve their communities. Upon announcing the winner, Bisnar Chase will also give away $500 to the 501c3 charitable organization of the winner's choice.*

$1,000

awarded to a student whose personal statement details:

  •   Why they are committed to education
  •   The struggles that their community goes through
  •   How they plan to solve issues within their community
$500

awarded to a charity:

  •   Chosen by the scholarship winner
  •   Must be a registered 501c3 Charitable Organization

The following requirements must be met in order for a student to be considered to win this scholarship.

  • Applicants must submit at least a 500-word personal statement with details about commitment to excellence and education in their community.
  • Applicant must be a student enrolled in college or must be a junior or senior in high school.
  • Student must have at least a 2.5 GPA and winner must provide proof of GPA

A winner will be chosen twice a year

The deadline for the upcoming scholarship is:

December 15, 2017

on which date the scholarship winner will be chosen and announced

Submit Your Personal Statement

For questions contact: K. Feathers, marketing@bestattorney.com or call 800-561-4887.

Bisnar Chase represents California plaintiffs injured in car accidents and other serious injuries. For over 35 years we have helped people in Orange County, Los Angeles and Riverside. If you need a California personal injury attorney please call for a free consultation.

* Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys ultimately retains the right to determine what 501c3 organization they will donate to but will honor the scholarship winner's request unless the character of the organization can be called into question or the donation will adversely affect the firm's public image.

Bisnar Chase reserves the right to determine the winner of the scholarship based on the information provided to them. No employees or immediate family members of Bisnar Chase employees may win this scholarship award, and previous scholarship winners are not eligible to win. Applicants who have entered their personal statement and who are not chosen to win are eligible to submit another application before the next scholarship deadline, but must submit a different essay/personal statement.

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