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KILLEEN, Texas — In its first year hosting a scholarship program, The Carlson Law Firm awarded two Killeen Independent School District seniors $500 scholarships to begin their academic career.
Keniuh Russell from Killeen High School and Jason Martin from Shoemaker High School the two recipients of the Carlson Cares Scholarship will both be attending Prairie View A&M this fall.
“In their applications, I saw two students who were not only outstanding academic applicants, but also had the resolve to stand for what they believe in, which is a value our firm admires,” Managing Partner Craig Carlson said. “As the first recipients of our Carlson Cares scholarship, Keniuh and Jason have set a high bar. We’re proud that we were able to provide them with a head start on their college careers.”
To be considered for The Carlson Law Firm’s Carlson Cares scholarship, each applicant had to submit a 300-500 word essay about a time their values or beliefs were tested and how they handled the situation. Further eligibility requirements included the following:
- Must be a high school senior for the 2020-2021 school year
- Enrolled in a KISD school
- Must be headed to a Texas university or college for the 2021-2022 school year
- The application must be submitted online through the scholarship form at carlsonattorneys.com/scholarship
- Submit proof of enrollment
- Submit an unofficial transcript
The newly established scholarship will expand to more districts in the coming year.
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The Carlson Law Firm has more than 14 locations throughout the state of Texas and one in Los Angeles. Our attorneys have the knowledge and compassion to represent clients who have been injured through no-fault of their own. If you were the victim of a car crash, motorcycle crash, 18-wheeler collision, dog bite, slip and fall, sexual assault, workplace injuries, nursing home neglect and abuse, offshore injuries, wrongful death and much more.
We have more than 40 attorneys who fight for the rights of injured Texans every day.