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Carter Mario Injury Lawyers Arrive Alive Scholarship

Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is committed to supporting higher education opportunities and programs that help prevent dangerous driving. That’s why we created the Arrive Alive Scholarship Program, which awards $10,000 in scholarships to Connecticut high school seniors like you.


Carter Mario will award $1,000 scholarships to ten graduating high school seniors in Connecticut who are attending a four-year college or university this coming fall. To apply, you must prepare a presentation on the dangers of drunk or distracted driving, which will be judged by Carter Mario and his staff.

To enter, download the Arrive Alive Scholarship entry form, view the topic question, and read the contest guidelines on our website. Good luck!

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