The Annual Eisbrouch & Marsh Scholarship Award
The New Jersey personal injury lawyers of Eisbrouch & Marsh are thrilled to announce the launch of a new scholarship program designed to help single mothers complete their college or graduate level education. We know how hard single mothers must work to care for themselves and families while also pursuing their academic and professional goals. It’s a daunting and costly undertaking. But also one that is possible to achieve with diligence, focus, and a strong support network. We want to be part of that support system.
The Eisbrouch & Marsh Scholarship of $500 was created to assist single mothers who are equally committed to completing their degree and raising their families. Please review the details below to determine your eligibility.
Who is Eligible?
All scholarship candidates must be:
- Accepted, or enrolled in a junior college with plans to attend a 4- year college or university program, OR
- Accepted, or enrolled in a 4- year college or university program, OR
- Accepted, or enrolled in a graduate program, OR
- Enrolled in high school with plans to attend a 4- year college or university program
All candidates must be single mothers and have maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA at their current educational institution according to their most recent transcript.
Scholarship Award: $500
Eisbrouch & Marsh is offering a single scholarship in the amount of $500 to be applied toward academic tuition, housing, books, and other school expenses.
- Please be informed that the scholarship is closed for now and WILL NOT be accepting new applications going forward.
Applicants are required to write about their dual roles as both mothers and students. Essays should be a minimum of 1,000 words and should address the following:
- Describe some of the challenges motherhood has imposed on your academic goals.
- How has your role as a mother prepared you for the challenges you face as a student?
- What will earning your degree mean to you?
Applicants agree to allow Eisbrouch & Marsh to contact them by phone and/or email. They further consent to contact with their respective schools for verification of academic status, and to the posting of any essays under consideration (along with any applicant-submitted photos) on any of the firm’s websites and/or social media channels.