Scholarship

The NALS of Michigan Scholarship is a 501(C)3 organization that awards a $1,000 scholarship each year to individuals pursuing education in the legal field.  This year the 2020-2021 Scholarship Committee offered a $2,500 Scholarship Award (this may change for the 2021-2022 year.  The scholarship is awarded to a non-member, Michigan resident. See Rules and Regulations, together with Scholarship Application below.

2021-2022 Fundraising: Amicus CuRiACE
Our goal is to raise $1,000 towards the $4,400 worth of  scholarships.

 

We need your help with this effort.  Please make a pledge of $25 and take a walk, run, or ride a bike (physical activities are optional).  There are three simple steps to help us achieve this goal.  *You have a chance to win up to $50.

 

Rules:

1.) Register and make a Pledge of $25.  To make payment, see NOM Treasurer, Natacha Valmont.

 

2.) Between September 1 - September 7, 2021, take a walk, run, or ride a bike. Note: optional

 

3.) Take photos and post photos to your social media tagging NOM and using the hashtags: #NOMVIRTUALMARATHON #2021AMICUSCURIACE

 

Prizes:

First person to register and make a pledge will win $15 gift.

First person to finish the race and post their activity will win $50 gift card. *see rules Last person to finish the race and post their activity will win $25 gift card. *see rules

 

 

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To donate to the NALS Scholarship Fund contact Natacha Valmont at nat@barkowlaw.com

NALS of Michigan is proud to continue supporting students.  We thank you for your donation and for helping make this annual scholarship possible!

Applications are closed at this time, please visit in October for 2021-2022 application and rules

2020-2021 Scholarship Winner

Mariya Primak

Mariya moved from the Ukraine to the United States at the age of fifteen. While mastering the English language, I graduated high school as a valedictorian, which earned her a presidential scholarship to Wayne State University.  After earning a bachelor's degree from Wayne State, she began working with troubled teenagers.  The satisfaction of helping others prompted her to change her career path and become a teacher.  She taught science and dance at an inner city school.  After a few years of teaching, I began working in the medical field both as a medical assistant and a translator.  Once again, I found the most joy advocating for others who were confused by the medical system or language.  Many of these people would talk about paperwork or legal issues, and she found herself spending more time talking to lawyers and studying the law.  The more she learned, the more she wanted to know.  Becoming a paralegal would immerse her in the legal profession and push her to improve my knowledge and skills while helping others.  her goal is to gain practical experience by working in real-time courtroom proceedings, managing paperwork, and communicating with lawyers and judges.

***Scholarship Award was not awarded in 2019-2020***

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