Every young adult who wishes to pursue a college education should have the ability to do so. At least that is what the attorneys at Joye Law Firm believe. For this reason – and because the costs of going to college are often much more than many families can bear on their own – every year we offer our Joye in the Community Scholarship to high school seniors in South Carolina who want to pursue a four-year college education.
About the Joye in the Community Scholarship Program
Kenny Harrell, managing partner of Joye Law Firm, explains what the Joye in the Community Scholarship Program is and why it was started. Watch the full YouTube video here. A transcript of the video is provided below:
How to Apply for the 2016 Joye Law Firm Scholarship Program
For those high school students who want to apply for the 2016 Joye Law Firm Scholarship, see the Joye Scholarship Program page. Applicants must submit a completed application form, copies of their current high school transcripts, and a creative entry that warns of the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving. The more creative the entry is, the better. Scholarship winners will be announced June 1.
You can use the link above to learn more about the last year’s Joye in the Community Scholarship Program winners as well as winners from previous years.
Contact Us Today with Any Questions
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