Saginaw County Lawyers’ Auxiliary Scholarship

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September 6, 2012

The Saginaw County Lawyers’ Auxiliary was founded in 1955. Its purpose is to promote the interests of the Saginaw County Bar Association and to encourage law-related activities that contribute to community progress and improvements.


The Saginaw County Lawyers’ Auxiliary Scholarship has been established to benefit a Saginaw County resident pursuing an education in the field of law.




● Minimum 2.5 GPA
● Saginaw County resident
● Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in any law-related field of study, such as paralegal, legal assistant, legal secretary, court reporter, and criminal justice
● Attending a Michigan college or university
● Part- or full-time enrollment


Evaluation Criteria

Commitment to law-related studies as demonstrated in the essay (25); scholastic record (15); honors (10); community activities (10); recommendations (20); extracurricular activities (10) citizenship and leadership (10).




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