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Baron & Budd Mesothelioma Cancer Victims Memorial Scholarships

$2,500

July 16, 2021

Awards Available: 2

  • Scholarship Description
  • Mesothelioma cancer claims the lives of thousands of people every year in the United States and its impact is felt for a lifetime by tens of thousands more people who are dear to them. Baron and Budd mesothelioma attorneys have been dedicated to fighting for the rights of mesothelioma cancer victims and their loved ones for over four decades and have established these scholarships to honor their legacy. Each entry must be an entering freshman only for any major field of study or undecided major, entering a US-based four-year university or college or a two-year college, provide two letters of recommendation, submit either a written essay or video, and accepted into a university or college. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 3102 Oak Lawn Ave
  • Suite 1100
  • Dallas, TX 75219
  • scholarship@baronandbudd.com
  • 214-521-3605

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