An Emphasis on Education Our Scholarships Pay It Forward O ur firm values knowledge through education as a primary building block for growth. It’s what led us to law school, then into our careers. It’s the reason we encourage our team members to follow their dreams through continuing education. Our paralegal, Patrick, is in the process of applying to law school, and our marketing director, Natalie, has just started her MBA program.
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We also recognize that a college education is a privilege not accessible to everyone. Two years ago, this realization was the impetus for starting our scholarship program, which was inspired by three very important people. We want to give back to our community and foster learning within our neighborhoods. As you read last month, we gave out these scholarships to two deserving young people in 2018, and we look forward to continuing the tradition this year. The Frances & Earl Perry Memorial Veterans Scholarship supports aspiring veterans — and the children of veterans — who wish to further their education at the college or university level. Our hope is to enable returning soldiers or their children to pursue their educational goals. We want to help position them for success in civilian professions.The scholarship is named after my Uncle Earl and Aunt Frances. I would not be where I am today without the support and guidance of these two kind, caring people. While my mom was putting herself through law school, Uncle Earl and Aunt Frances raised me. Uncle Earl served in the military and was discharged as a disabled veteran. While I lived with him and my aunt, I saw the challenges he went through trying to get his disability insurance.That experience made me want to become a disability lawyer and represent people like Uncle Earl. The Flora Marie Jenkins Memorial Disability Scholarship awards money to aspiring individuals with disabilities who wish to further their education. It is named after my mother-in-law, Marie Jenkins. Marie died when my wife, Tina, was only 18.Though
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she passed away at a young age, Marie had a positive impact on her friends, family, and anyone else she encountered throughout her lifetime. We remember her though this scholarship. We know how important higher education is in the pursuit of a rewarding career, and with this scholarship, we are honored to help deserving disabled students enjoy the full benefits of a postsecondary education. April 30, our scholarship deadline, is quickly approaching. If you or someone you know might be a candidate, please encourage them to apply. You can find the details and applications at MarcWhiteheadScholarships.com We look forward to supporting our community and its bright learners in their dreams to further their education. Uncle Earl and Aunt Frances, for whom the veteran’s disability scholarship is named.
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