The Marin County Bar Association Legal Education Scholarship was established to support student scholarships for law school and inspire future leaders in the legal community who have an interest in giving back to the local community. To be eligible, applicants must: be enrolled full-time in an accredited law school geographically located in California; be a graduate of a Marin County high school or has continuously lived in Marin County for no less than a 3-year period immediately prior to submission of the scholarship application; and demonstrate financial need. Other relevant factors that will be considered include academic achievement, community service and involvement, career goals and special circumstances as demonstrated by the completed scholarship application.
10,000 Degrees provides scholarships to individuals with significant financial need who exhibit a strong desire to go to college, and who have the perseverance necessary to graduate from college and accomplish their educational goals. To submit the application, you will need to upload your most recent unofficial transcript, and complete either the FAFSA (fafsa.ed.gov) or the California Dream Act Application (dream.csac.ca.gov/) and have available a copy of the resulting Student Aid Report (SAR).