Students: time to apply for LAGBAC Foundation Scholarships; March 8 deadline

The Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of Chicago Foundation

2013 Summer Scholarship Grant Application

The Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of Chicago (LAGBAC) is a professional, not for profit organization comprised of judges, attorneys, law students, and affiliated legal professionals that relies on the energy of its members to be successful.  The LAGBAC Foundation is a charitable, 501(c)(3) organization that raises funds in order to, among other things, assist law students who desire to work for a public interest organization.  To this end, the LAGBAC Foundation awards grants to law students attending an accredited law school in Illinois (and in some cases, out of state) who will be working for a qualified public interest organization.  The number of LAGBAC Foundation scholarship grants awarded depends on, among other factors, the result of the Foundation’s fundraising efforts and the number of qualified applicants.

All scholarship grants will be awarded by the LAGBAC Foundation Board of Directors. The Foundation will award scholarship grants ranging from $3,000.00 to $4,000.00 to support full-time, summer employment with a qualified public interest organization.  Scholarship grant recipients will be required to complete 300-400 hours over a minimum 10 week period.

Please find all the details here:  2013 LAGBAC foundation application. Direct questions to jgottschalk@lagbac.org

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