AgnewBrusavich hosted its 23rd Annual Scholarship Program on Friday, July 29, 2016, at the firm’s office in Torrance. They awarded eight scholarships to college-bound high school seniors to assist with tuition, books, and other expenses.
This year, the scholarships were offered to graduating high school seniors or to the son or daughter of a member associated with one of the firm’s sponsored cycling clubs. Eligible sponsored clubs were South Bay Wheelmen, Beach Cities Cycling Club, Velo Club La Grange, Pasadena Athletic Association, Peninsula Cycle Club, the Bahati Foundation, and Ironfly.
“As we continue our annual scholarship program, we believe assisting our local community is the best way to give back,” said Partner Gerald Agnew. “We could not be more proud of these successful and well-deserving individuals, and look forward to all their achievements.”
Founded in 1994, AgnewBrusavich’s Scholarship Program was created to help high-achieving local high school students who are determined to further their academic achievements by enrolling in community college but are faced with financial limitations, as well as familial or personal adversity. To date, AgnewBrusavich has awarded more than 540 students with scholarships to help fund their education.