COSTA MESA, California (May 4, 2017) — Coastline College student Rebecca Rangel was awarded a $250 paralegal scholarship from Johnson Attorneys Group in Newport Beach.
Rangel, a mother of three from Garden Grove, was one of 266 students to receive scholarships Thursday night at the annual awards. The Foundation at Coastline College awarded 293 scholarships among the students for the 2016/2017 academic year for a total of $136,400. The awards, which ranged from $250 to $5,000 were handed out on Thursday night at a “May the 4th be with you” Star Wars-themed ceremony held at the Orange Coast College Robert Moore Theater.
The college attracts a diverse group of students with programs that include distance learning, active duty military and spouses and incarcerated students.
“We are delighted to participate in supporting these students,” said Attorney James Johnson. “They should be proud of their accomplishments and we wish them the best for the future.”
About Coastline Community College Coastline Community College has an international reputation as one of the nation’s most innovative institutions. Founded in 1976, Coastline is committed to student success through accessible and flexible education within and beyond the traditional classroom. Coastline campuses are located in Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Garden Grove and Westminster. For more information on Coastline Community College, please visit http://coastline.edu.
About Johnson Attorneys Group
Johnson Attorneys Group and California Lemon Law Advocates handle personal injury and lemon law claims on behalf of clients throughout the Golden State. The company was established in 2006 in Newport Beach and now has a dozen offices statewide. For more information contact us at 800-235-6801. Our consultations are always free of charge a.
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