Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches, Forgiveness & Relief Scholarship
We have been in the business of helping people with debt forgiveness and relief, debt management, and debt settlement for over 30 years. In fact, Mr. Chorches is a second-generation bankruptcy attorney. Therefore, he has seen the positive effects of helping people to get out of seemingly impossible financial situations.
Our dedicated team is passionate about what we do. Therefore, we feel grateful to help people obtain relief for their financial worries. Moreover we appreciate the many people who are committed in their work to help people find debt forgiveness.
For this, we have created the Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches, Forgiveness & Relief Scholarship. This scholarship is for a student who is committed to helping people who need forgiveness and relief, regardless of what aspect of their life they need this in. We want to support the education of a student who is dedicated to doing this now and in their future career. Without a doubt, we feel that the world is a better place because of these kinds of individuals.
- This scholarship is open to any student who is currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate, or professional program in the United States. Furthermore, this criteria includes accredited community college students, high school seniors, and students with a GED accepted to an accredited program.
- The scholarship applicant must show their dedication to providing forgiveness & relief to those who need it, through their past achievements and goals, and current and future goals, as explained in their essay.
- All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above.
Essay Prompt & Questions
– Describe a situation or incident that was a pivot point for you in realizing you want to provide help to people who need forgiveness & relief.
– How has your commitment to wanting to help people informed your education goals?
– What kind of work do you want to do in the future? How will it allow you to help to provide forgiveness and relief to those who need it?
- Updated resume
- Essay, 1,000-word maximum. See essay questions above.
- Current unofficial transcript
Submit by Sunday, February 28, 2022 to the email address in the application instructions below.
Sunday, March 28, 2022