Fraser Stryker is pleased to announce that on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, it awarded two college-level scholarships for the 2016-2017 school year through the Fraser Stryker Diversity Scholarship Program.
This year's recipients are Maria Hill from Omaha South High Magnet School who plans to attend Carleton College with a major in Political Science and Joy Kayode from Harry A. Burke Sr. High School who will attend the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University majoring in International Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Resolution and International Politics.
Photo from left to right: Maria Hill and Joy Kayode
The purpose of the Diversity Scholarship Program is to provide college tuition assistance for students of African-American, Asian, Latino and Native-American origins from low-income families in the metro area interested in a career in law. Each scholarship is in the amount of $2,500 per academic year and can be used for tuition, fees, and books. In addition, Fraser Stryker Scholars have the opportunity to learn about the practice of law through a summer internship at the firm.
Formed in 1898, Fraser Stryker has grown to become a nationally recognized law firm of 50 lawyers who represent local, national and multinational clients in complex business transactions and litigation matters. Fraser Stryker attorneys participate actively in a wide array of community organizations.