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“Mega Education” is empowering local Connecticut students to stay in school through a dynamic scholastic incentive program, designed to include both the parents and community. By acknowledging and rewarding student’s efforts, students realize their education is the important building-block to becoming successful.
Mega Education’s diverse campaign includes everything from “student of the month” programs to academic competitions, after school-program support, and even scholarships. Academics, however, can’t go un-coupled without a fun-day off. Dressler Law even donates tickets to Hartford Yard Goats’ games, movies, dinners, and other fun-filled family educational excursions.
The Mega Education program was founded nearly 28-years-ago by Attorney Jeffrey P. Dressler. Dressler designed the program to allow his firm to be a conduit for creative and socially responsible scholastics in inner-city schools.
To this day, Dressler said he gets grown-adults thanking him for when they were recipients of a Mega Education benefit – anything from a medal for being the student of the month, to a scholarship.
Mega Education is sponsored by Dressler Law, a multi-service, bi-lingual injury law firm serving as the voice of the Hartford, New Britain and Waterbury communities since 1982.
To learn more about Dressler Law and how the Mega Education program is serving the local community, visit their website here.