Barrios Virgüez’s $2,500 Young Hispanic Leader Scholarship will be available to students for the 2023-2024 academic year.

DULUTH, GA, May 10, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Beginning in the 2023-2024 academic year, Barrios Virgüez intends to offer a $2,500 Young Hispanic Leader Scholarship to students pursuing higher education at accredited United States universities. Students interested in this financial opportunity are encouraged to submit applications that align with the firm’s terms and conditions by October 15, 2023.

Students who want to be considered for the Young Hispanic Leader Scholarship must submit, alongside their transcript, a 1,000 to 1,500-word essay describing leadership roles they’ve taken on throughout their lives. Applicants are encouraged to describe the challenges affiliated with their leadership position and the lessons they took from their experience.

Applicants must also have a 3.0 GPA or higher at the time of their application submission. Barrios Virgüez intends to award its scholarship to students admitted to or enrolled at an accredited United States university. Students must be residents of the United States or have applicable work/school authorization.

This scholarship does not include any demographic requirements. Students of all races may submit their applications for consideration by the firm’s scholarship committee.

This scholarship represents Barrios Virgüez’s continued outreach into vulnerable Georgian communities. Barrios Virgüez wants to give area students every opportunity to pursue their academic ambitions, regardless of their economic standing.

Students interested in pursuing the Young Hispanic Leader Scholarship may not submit questions regarding the scholarship to the firm at this time. Instead, interested applicants are encouraged to visit the scholarship’s terms and conditions page on the Barrios Virgüez website for more information about the submission process.

About Barrios Virgüez

Barrios Virgüez bases the foundation of its practice on personal experience. We understand what it’s like to be the victim of circumstance as well as someone else’s malicious intent. That’s why we strive to offer our clients a personal approach to their pain and loss.

We specialize in personal injury services but also offer our expertise to cases addressing workers’ compensation and immigration. Whether you intend to move into the United States or are facing the threat of deportation, our team can help you navigate through the complexities of applicable law.

Interested parties can contact Barrios Virgüez by calling the office during operating hours or reaching out to the firm through our online contact form.

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