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$2,000 SCHOLARSHIP CREATED TO BENEFIT ACTIVE MOTORCYCLE CLUB (MC)OR MOTORCYCLE RIGHTS ORGANIZATION (MRO) MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Additional $2,000 to be Awarded to the Student’s chosen MC or MRO. TOTAL $4000 to be awarded on January 15th2020. The Student does not have to be present at the drawing to be awarded.
Proner & Proner, a nationally regarded New York-based personal injury law firm, is pleased to announce an annual scholarship for both current and aspiring college students with a membership or has a parent or other family member that has a current membership in either a motorcycle club or motorcycle advocacy group.
The scholarship will provide students with $2,000 to go toward the costs of tuition or any other related expenses at a college or university of their choice, anywhere in the United States. An additional $2,000 will be awarded to the Motorcycle Club or Motorcycle Rights Group of the chosen applicant to celebrate along with the recipient!
In order to be awarded this scholarship, applicants should fill out the form below to be entered into the drawing.
The deadline for all scholarship applications is midnight on December 31st, 2019. The winner of the award will be announced on our Facebook page on or around January 15th, 2020.
Qualifications & Requirements:
Terms and Conditions: Eligibility & Application Process
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