MayesTelles Is Offering College Scholarships

Are you an Arizona high school senior looking for financial help to attend a college or university? See if you qualify for our scholarship!

MayesTelles PLLC is proud to be offering a college scholarship to Arizona high school seniors who plan on enrolling in a community college or university, and are in need of financial help. We recognize the importance of education, and our wish is to make higher education more accessible for deserving students.

The scholarship of $2,500.00, renewable for up to four years, is open to applicants who fit the following criteria:

  • Current high school seniors in an Arizona high school.
  • 3.4 or higher G.P.A.
  • Attend an accredited 2-year or 4-year school in the 2016-2017 school year.
  • Demonstrate a financial need.
  • Participate in school’s extra-curricular activities such as sports or clubs, or other community involvement.

Eligible students can apply by emailing scholarships@mayestelles.com or sending their application to 3770 N. 7th Street, #100, Phoenix, AZ 85014. The application should include a resume, transcript, optional letter(s) of recommendation, and an essay detailing how the scholarship would help education expenses as well as post-graduation career goals. Visit www.mayestelles.com/scholarships for more information!

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