The Jack Scura Fund is offering a scholarship to disabled high school seniors who will be enrolling in an undergraduate program in the fall or who are currently enrolled. Applicants must be incoming or current students of an undergraduate program of a New Jersey college or university and have any kind of disability. Students must have a 3.2 and above GPA (based on a 4.0 scale). Special attention will be given to applicants who have tremendous resumes or Curriculum Vitae. Must have proof of disability documentation. The following documents are required: a transcript of records, two (2) recommendation letters, a media release form, and a resume or Curriculum Vitae. In addition, a 600-800 word essay that answers the prompt: "Recount a time you have faced a challenge or setback in your life. How has this experience molded you into the person you are today?"
Jack Scura Fund is designed to recognize students with special needs who are of good standing in school and in their communities. We are a business that runs on helping others and giving chances and the Jack Scura Fund would wish to offer a scholarship for fall and spring semesters to those with disabilities who are incoming or, are in an undergraduate program. The scholarship program is named in memory of John (“Jack”) Joseph Scura II, Esq. He was the founding partner of our firm and a true renaissance man. This scholarship is to carry on Jack’s dedication to education and helping others. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.