Meet Your Benefactor
Brad Micklin, lead attorney and managing partner at The Micklin Law Group, LLC, is a family law attorney who focuses on fathers and men’s rights. Brad received his B.A. from Temple University in Pennsylvania before attending Widener University of Law in Delaware. Brad’s education has afforded him a successful and fulfilling career that otherwise may not have been possible, so he understands the difference an education can make.
Brad offers a twice-yearly needs-based scholarship opportunity to motivated students who may need a little financial assistance to obtain their degree. One scholarship will be awarded for spring and fall semester each year. Brad hopes that, through this scholarship, he can help members of the next generation make their mark on society.
The award is granted two times per year and is needs-based. Applicants must be accepted into an accredited college in the United States.
The scholarship provides two $1,000 awards; one per semester to different students. The award recipient will be notified of their selection by April 1, 2020.
The current scholarship deadline is March 1, 2020 for Spring Semester 2020.
To apply, please complete our online application. All application materials must be received by the deadlines in order to be considered for the scholarship. Awards will be announced by May 1, 2020 (for Spring Semester 2020).
Scholarship Application: Closed
Any taxes on scholarships are the responsibility of the award recipient. By accepting the scholarship, the winner agrees to allow The Micklin Law Group, LLC to use their name and essay to announce the award. The Micklin Law Group Scholarship is non-renewable and former recipients are not eligible to receive an additional award. The scholarship is provided by The Micklin Law Group, LLC. Click here to learn more about The Micklin Law Group’s areas of practice.
2019 Scholarship Winner: Timothy Sheehan
“I am writing this essay today to explain my college journey and how I turned my life around and became a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society while maintaining a 3.71 GPA at DCCC, and how obtaining a scholarship will help me continue my education and reach my academic goals. Education is the most important aspect to become successful and reach your career goals and obtaining a scholarship would help me tremendously in reaching those goals.”