The Urbina Law Firm Scholarship
The Urbina Law Firm firmly believes in giving back to the Hispanic community of Georgia. This year we will award a $1000 scholarship to a student who is a current DACA recipient and that is enrolled in a school in Georgia. The student has to demonstrate involvement as a volunteer in a school, church or non-profit organization that serves the Hispanic community, exhibit leadership qualities, and have good moral character. The winner will be announced on October 2017.
For further instructions on how to apply for our scholarship check our Facebook page. We will be releasing all the instructions in August 2017.
When I got the call that I won, The Urbina Law Firm Scholarship, I was in complete shocked, no words could describe how thankful I was for the opportunity. So, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the generosity in funding, The Urbina Law Firm Scholarship. I am very honor to have been the recipient of this award in 2014. Receiving this scholarship motivated me to obtain my Medical Interpreting Certificate at the University of Georgia and further my education to help those in my community. I would also like to thank whoever the anonymous individual who match my scholarship amount and helped continue my dream to obtain a better education. This was also, my very first scholarship I received and it gave hope to family and I to continue to further my education.
Thank you for promoting and giving back to the Immigrant community and inspiring young people to further their Education!
The Urbina Law Firm Scholarship was an opportunity that gave me the hope that I needed to continue to fight for my education as a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals student. With it being my very first scholarship that I received, it not only gave me hope but it also gave my family hope. I was proud to have shown my parents that their daughter reciprocates the hard work they exhibit each day. This success marked the beginning of many more opportunities. Because of the Urbina Law Firm’s contribution to my education, I no longer have monetary barriers keeping me from continuing my education.