While schooling may look different these days, one thing that hasn’t changed is the very real costs of education, which includes computers, textbooks, college application fees, and other school supplies and needs.
In an effort to help local students with the higher costs of education, local law firm Chain | Cohn | Stiles has introduced a new grant and educational video program open to all Kern County students.
The “Chats with Chain | Cohn | Stiles” educational grants program aims to give away 10- $500 educational grants. How can students apply? Simple. Kern County students can visit bit.ly/chatswithccs, fill out the application, and ask our attorneys a question. It could be a question about the law, life as a lawyer, or anything in the legal field they may be curious about.
For the next 10 months, Chain | Cohn | Stiles will choose a question, and students will get to ask the lawyers that question on video at Scope Studios in Bakersfield. And, of course, they’ll get some cash for their education, too. Questions and answers will be posted on the Chain | Cohn | Stiles YouTube page for all to learn.
“We are especially mindful of the challenges students have faced during the pandemic,” said Matt Clark, senior partner at personal injury attorney with Chain | Cohn | Stiles. “This is our way of recognizing these challenges, and hopefully providing students with a little help, encouragement, and education.”
If you or someone you know is injured in an accident at the fault of someone else, or injured on the job no matter whose fault it is, contact the attorneys at Chain | Cohn | Stiles by calling (661) 323-4000, or fill out a free consultation form at chainlaw.com.
- Local law firm offering $500 grants to local students every month for the next 10 months (23ABC News – Feb. 1, 2021) (Web Version)
- Chain Cohn Stiles handing out $5K in grants to Kern County students as part of new program (KGET-17, NBC – Feb. 1, 2021) (Web Version)
- Local law firm to award $500 educational grants to local students (South Kern Sol – Feb. 1, 2021)
- Local law firm providing grants to Kern County students through education program (The Bakersfield Californian – Feb. 1. 2021) (Web Version)
‘CHATS WITH CHAIN | COHN | STILES’ VIDEOS