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The Ramage Law Group

Ramage Law Group Adopted Child Scholarship

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1000 USD
28 Dec 2023
Application deadline


At The Ramage Law Group, they work with families every day to address legal issues. They understand that families come in all shapes and sizes, and they know the importance of establishing strong family relationships. Adoption is one of the areas of family law that means the most to them. 


Scholarship type

Merit and need based

Number of scholarships to award




Scholarship coverage

  • tuition fee reduction
  • accommodation
  • other


As the mother to two adopted daughters, Attorney Sharon Ramage understands the challenges that parents and children face in these situations, as well as the joys that come with building family bonds that will stand the test of time.

They know that parents who adopt children make many sacrifices, and they want to make sure their children will have the tools they need to succeed in life. In recognition of this, they have established a scholarship program that provides assistance to children who have been adopted. 

Applicable programmes


Each semester, they award a scholarship of $1,000 to a student who is pursuing a college education, and the funds may be used to help cover tuition, room and board, or other expenses, such as books and supplies.


  • Students may apply for the scholarship if they are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program or have been accepted for admission in the upcoming semester.

In addition, applicants will need to meet the following requirements:

  • The student must be at least 17 years old.
  • The student must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher as of their last completed academic semester.
  • The student must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
  • The student must have been legally adopted by one or both of their parents

Scholarship requirements







Study experience required

High school


Over 17


Application deadline

28 Dec 2023

Applicants may submit an application for the scholarship by filling out the contact form on the page. In addition to providing contact information detailing their name, address, phone number, email, date of birth, and the school they will be attending, proof of admission must also be submitted. This may include a letter of acceptance or an academic transcript for the most recently completed semester.

An applicant will also be required to submit an essay that is up to 800 words long answering the following questions:

What challenges have you faced as an adopted child?

How have your relationships with your parents and other family members influenced your outlook on life?

How has your experience affected your plans and goals for your education and career?

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