Outside Scholarships

THE BRACH OUT SCHOLARSHIP: COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES

Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys is hosting a bi-yearly scholarship giving $1,000 to a student who demonstrates through their personal statements that they are committed to expanding their education and using their education to improve their communities. Bisnar Chase will choose a winner. Upon announcing the winner, Bisnar Chase will also give away $500 to the 501c3 charitable organization of the winner's choice.*
$1,000 awarded to a student whose submission details:

  • Why they are committed to education
  • The struggles that their community goes through
  • How they plan to solve issues within their community
  • How their education will help bring that plan to life

$500 awarded to a charity Chosen by the scholarship winner. Must be a registered 501c3 Charitable Organization. 

The following requirements must be met in order for a student to be considered to win this scholarship
Applicants must submit their answers to the questions in the form at this link https://www.bestattorney.com/giving-back/branch-out-scholarship/. Applicants may submit their answers in essay form via email instead.
Applicant must be a student enrolled in a United States university pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree or must be a senior in high school. Student must have at least a 2.5 GPA and winner must provide proof of GPA. A winner will be chosen twice a year

The deadline for the upcoming scholarship
December 15, 2019 at 11:59pm, on which date the scholarship winner will be chosen and announced via email to the winner.

Mark T. Banner Scholarship- 2020

This scholarship is part of The Richard Linn American Inn of Court's commitment to fostering the development of intellectual property lawyers of high ethics, civility and professionalism, and especially those from diverse backgrounds.

The recipient of the scholarship receives $10,000 to be applied to their legal education. This scholarship is available to law students who have entered into a JD program at an ABA-accredited law school in the United States and who will continue in that program through at least the Fall semester 2020. Scholarship recipients are selected by the Mark T. Banner Scholarship review board based on the following criteria:

• Commitment to the pursuit of a career in intellectual property law.
• Commitment, qualities and actions toward ethics, civility and professionalism.
• Academic merit (undergraduate, graduate and law school).
• Written and oral communication skills.
• Leadership qualities and community involvement.
• Member of a historically underrepresented group in IP law (including race, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability).

Applications need to be submitted by December 6, 2019. The application is available on the Linn Inn of Court's website at http://www.linninn.org/Pages/scholarship.shtml.

LAW OFFICE OF JOHN J. SHEEHAN OVERCOMING INJURIES SCHOLARSHIP

The Law Office of John J.Sheehan is a personal injury law firm based in Boston, Massachusetts. As personal injury attorneys, we understand the challenges that come after a personal injury, and are committed to helping injured workers and accident victims get fair and just compensation.

Following this mission, we are pleased to announce our Overcoming Injuries Scholarship, which will award $1,000 to a student who has overcome a serious injury in their life.Through this scholarship we hope to give back to a student who has experienced hardship but continues to pursue their dreams.

The scholarship will be awarded to a student whose essay best describes a time when they or a loved one were physically injured and how they overcame it. In a 750-1000 word essay, discuss what the challenges involved and what you learned from the experience?

Scholarship Eligibility:
To be eligible for the Overcoming Injuries Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Applicants may still submit an application if awaiting admission or deciding on an institution, however, the selected individual must be enrolled for the Spring of 2019 semester before receiving the financial aid.

Application Requirements:
To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:

A current resume with contact and education information,An official or unofficial academic transcript, andAn essay of 750-1,000 words discussing how you or a loved one has overcome a personal injury. Explain the challenges you or a loved one faced, and the personal growth that came from such an experience.
Deadline

The deadline to submit your application is June 30, 2019.

To be considered for this year's scholarship, please send all required documentation (essay transcripts, and resume) via email to info@attorneysheehan.com by the deadline of June 30th, 2019

Scholarship application emails must include the subject line: "[Applicant's Name} - Overcoming Injuries Scholarship" to be considered.

Thank you for your interest in the Law Office of John J. Sheehan Overcoming Injuries Scholarship.At Hamilton Grant Attorneys at Law, Stephen Hamilton, Deandra Grant, Shane Byrd, Tommy Hull and the rest of the team work tirelessly defending those in their community who are looking for help. Hamilton is heavily involved in his Texas community, consistently attending university events and working with local businesses to give back to those who have put a lot of hard work into making their home a better place.

One of the many reasons the attorneys at Hamilton Grant practice law is to dedicate themselves to giving back and helping those who are most in need of help. They seek chances to assist those in their community whenever they can, and that is why they are happy to announce the Hamilton Grant Giving Back Scholarship.

These Texas attorneys believe it is important to empower people to participate in their community by also helping them to fulfill their full academic potential. They want to celebrate those unique students who have committed themselves to their education and to helping others.

This scholarship will award $1,000 to the student who best demonstrates what their community service experience has meant and what giving back to their community means to them.

Application Requirements

All applicants must submit an updated résumé, their status as a student, contact information, and completed cover sheet.
The scholarship candidate must write a 750-word essay in Times New Roman 12-point font that provides a meaningful description of their experiences in community service and what giving back to their community means to them.
Scholarship Eligibility

This scholarship is offered to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States. Students who are incoming first-year college students who are high school graduates or possess a GED can also apply.

The candidate must possess a demonstrated interest in community service and a dedication to their education.

All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.

A current unofficial transcript from the applicant's school (NOTE: First-year college students must submit an unofficial transcript from their most recent school, as well as an unofficial transcript from their current post-secondary institution.)

Application Instructions & Deadline

In order to be eligible, scholarship applicants must submit their FULL application (personal statement, cover sheet, transcript(s), and résumé) by email to info@attorneyhamilton.com. The official deadline for all application materials is June 30, 2019.

Subject Line: Name of the Applicant - Name of the Scholarship

Attachments: Essay, Transcript, Cover Sheet, and Resume

Hamilton Grant Giving Back Scholarship

At Hamilton Grant Attorneys at Law, Stephen Hamilton, Deandra Grant, Shane Byrd, Tommy Hull and the rest of the team work tirelessly defending those in their community who are looking for help. Hamilton is heavily involved in his Texas community, consistently attending university events and working with local businesses to give back to those who have put a lot of hard work into making their home a better place.

One of the many reasons the attorneys at Hamilton Grant practice law is to dedicate themselves to giving back and helping those who are most in need of help. They seek chances to assist those in their community whenever they can, and that is why they are happy to announce the Hamilton Grant Giving Back Scholarship.

These Texas attorneys believe it is important to empower people to participate in their community by also helping them to fulfill their full academic potential. They want to celebrate those unique students who have committed themselves to their education and to helping others.

This scholarship will award $1,000 to the student who best demonstrates what their community service experience has meant and what giving back to their community means to them.

Application Requirements

All applicants must submit an updated résumé, their status as a student, contact information, and completed cover sheet.
The scholarship candidate must write a 750-word essay in Times New Roman 12-point font that provides a meaningful description of their experiences in community service and what giving back to their community means to them.
Scholarship Eligibility

This scholarship is offered to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States. Students who are incoming first-year college students who are high school graduates or possess a GED can also apply.
The candidate must possess a demonstrated interest in community service and a dedication to their education.
All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
A current unofficial transcript from the applicant's school (NOTE: First-year college students must submit an unofficial transcript from their most recent school, as well as an unofficial transcript from their current post-secondary institution.)
Application Instructions & Deadline

In order to be eligible, scholarship applicants must submit their FULL application (personal statement, cover sheet, transcript(s), and résumé) by email to info@attorneyhamilton.com. The official deadline for all application materials is June 30, 2019.

Subject Line: Name of the Applicant - Name of the Scholarship

Attachments: Essay, Transcript, Cover Sheet, and Resume

The "Eddie" Eyyad Almargi Pedestrian Awareness Scholarship

As personal injury lawyers,Tomkiel & Tomkiel are experienced in dealing with the direct repercussions of irresponsible driving habits. Our firm was privileged to represent the family of a young man, Eddie Almargi of Yonkers, NY, who was tragically killed when struck by a speeding car while he was crossing a roadway. Eddie was an upstanding person, hardworking, loving and close to his family and his friends. He emigrated from Jordan at age 18, became fluent in English, finished High School, worked hard at several jobs, obtained a real estate license and became a U.S. citizen just a few months before he was killed. He was in school to study construction engineering so he could become a real estate developer. He was struck down at age 24. His family was devastated.

Eddie was legally crossing a roadway with his college roommate one evening in September to get a snack at a convenience store across from the campus. A speeding car, traveling at least 64 m.p.h. in a 35 m.p.h. zone came out of a curve a few hundred feet away. Eddie was already in the middle of the road. The driver was not paying attention to the road and never saw the two young men. Eddie tried to run out of the way, but the car was going too fast, and the driver didn't hit the brakes. Eddie had no chance.

While in the eyes of the law pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the street, they are often faced with dangerous circumstances and decisions on the road. Drivers often fail to pay attention to the roadway and speed limits and don't realize how far a car travels in just seconds.

One way that we can increase safety on the streets is by informing people of precautionary measures drivers must keep in mind, and alert pedestrians about dangers when crossing a road. In honor of "Eddie" Eyyad Almargi, Tomkiel & Tomkiel is proud to offer The "Eddie" Eyyad Almargi Pedestrian Awareness Scholarship.

The purpose of The "Eddie" Eyyad Almargi Pedestrian Awareness Scholarship is to draw attention to an important issue that many Americans face each and every day. In offering this $1000 scholarship, our goal is to improve safety on the road involving vehicles and pedestrians crossing the street. Our hope is for people to learn to share the road responsibly. In a 750 word essay, please discuss the dangers of crossing the street, the ways drivers can anticipate and avoid hitting people in the street, and the ways in which pedestrians can increase their safety.

Scholarship Eligibility:
Students must meet the following requirements in order to apply for The "Eddie" Eyyad Almargi Pedestrian Awareness Scholarship:

Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate, undergraduate, or law program at an accredited college or university within the United States. High school seniors who are graduating before the deadline and have been accepted to/enrolled in a degree program are also eligible.
Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Application Requirements:
To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:

A current official or unofficial academic transcript from their most recent academic institution.
Contact information and an updated resume.
A 750-word original essay in which they describe what dangers pedestrians face when crossing the street and what both drivers and pedestrians can do to increase safety on the roads.
Scholarship Deadline:
All scholarship applications and materials must be submitted by email to info.tomkiel@gmail.com by the June 30, 2019 deadline. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

Scholarship application emails must include a subject line formatted as follows: NAME OF APPLICANT - TOMKIEL & TOMKIEL THE "EDDIE" EYYAD ALMARGI PEDESTRIAN AWARENESS SCHOLARSHIP. The applicant's personal essay, transcripts, and resume should also be attached to the email as separate file attachments.The attorneys at the Godoy Law Office are passionate about assisting immigrant and refugee families achieve the American Dream. We understand immigration policies and procedures are complex, and the process can be discouraging to those who are unfamiliar with the United States laws.

The Godoy Law Office First Generation Scholarship

First generation immigrants and their children face some of the toughest immigration standards in recent history. Immigrants struggle to get on their feet and to provide for their families, which is why we want to give back to first generation immigrants or the child of a first generation immigrant through The First Generation Scholarship. We hope to empower first generation U.S. college students, and celebrate their individuality by awarding them with $1,000 to go towards continuing their education.

In a 700-1000 word essay, describe your experience as a first generation citizen. Describe your own personal immigration success story as a first generation immigrant or the child of a first generation immigrant. Explain the struggles involved and what lessons the experience of being a first generation immigrant has taught you.

Scholarship Eligibility
For all students interested in applying for The First Generation Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Applicants may still submit an application if awaiting admission or deciding on an institution, however, the selected individual must be enrolled for the Spring of 2019 semester before receiving the financial aid.

Scholarship Application
To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:

A current resume with contact and education information,
An official or unofficial academic transcript, and
An essay of 700-1,000 words discussing the obstacles you have faced as a first generation American and how those experiences have shaped you into who you are today.
Scholarship Deadline
The deadline to apply for The First Generation Scholarship is June 30, 2019.

All applications must be submitted by email to info@godoylawoffice.com on or before the deadline to be considered for this award. To be considered, please send your resume, transcript and essay in one email with a subject line: "[Applicant's Name] - The First Generation Scholarship".Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Distracted Driving Awareness Scholarship Program

The Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Distracted Driving Awareness Scholarship Program

For years, we have supported good causes in our community by taking on interns that seek experience in the personal injury law field. In 2017 we set up our Distracted Driving Awareness Scholarship program to help even more young people during their studies.

Our program to was created to help raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, one of the most significant causes of accidents involving teens.

This year our firm will award three scholarships of $2,000 to 2019 graduating seniors in public or private schools in the Tidewater and Eastern Shore area.

Interested in Applying?
How to Enter
1) Please create an essay of 500 to 1,000 words about the dangers of distracted driving and how you think the problem should be tackled by July 1, 2019.

We are looking for fresh ideas and vibrant presentations. Great images, infographics, posters, art and video will gain you extra points. Please limit audio or video in your presentations to 2 minutes.Please read our distracted driving resources here to help you gain ideas.
2) Gather the following information:

Your essayYour presentation - ex. images, infographics, posters, art and video *Optional, but suggested.Confirmed acceptance letter to study at an institute of higher education& A letter of recommendation
3) Send your information to scholarships@cooperhurley.com or attach your information to the Scholarship Contest Application form after clicking "Apply Now".

APPLY NOW

* Applications will be accepted from students in the following cities and counties in Virginia: Norfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Hampton, Isle of Wight, York County, Poquoson, Northampton County, Accomack County, James City, Surry County, York County, Williamsburg.
* All submissions will become the property of Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers to use and distribute at our discretion. The entrants agree that Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers has permission to use their image and any material provided for marketing purposes.

Prizes
Three scholarships of $2,000 will be awarded to the winning students that are selected. The cash prizes will be awarded in the form of a check made out to the school you will be studying at in 2019.

Award Announcement
Our selection committee will consider your background and submission looking at its originality, creativity and depth of research. We will announce the awards on July 15, 2019.

Successful applications will be expected to visit Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers' main offices in Norfolk to be presented with their checks during a ceremony which will be videoed and photographed for marketing purposes.

The Dream Act Scholarship

The DREAM Act (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) was first introduced in 2001 to benefit foreign aliens and their children seeking new lives and new opportunities in the United States. Although the act has not been passed by Congress, and despite resistance from many legislative and judicial bodies, executive action from President Obama enacting key portions of the DREAM Act represents progress for immigrants everywhere.

There is still much to be done, however, before immigrants can enjoy the full benefits of a clear path to U.S. citizenship, and many individuals will strive tirelessly in social, political, and legal arenas in order to achieve the necessary reforms. It takes a special kind of person to advocate for justice-a person who is willing to champion equal rights at the expense of certain privileges and exclusive beliefs held by many individuals and groups in our country. Now, more than ever, the individuals who desire to make a measurable difference in the area of immigration reform must be well educated, highly motivated, and have a hands-on understanding of the issues and policies in the U.S. and around the world.

The DREAM Act scholarship is designed to support individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of immigrants and other non-native individuals living in the United States. By furthering the educational goals of these unique members of our nation, our firm looks to invest in a richer, more inclusive future for our country and those who seek to join it.

Our firm is proud to offer this $500 scholarship to students pursuing any level of post-secondary education who submit materials in accordance with the following guidelines.

Eligibility
The DREAM Act Scholarship is open to any student enrolled in a community college, private or public undergraduate college or university, graduate program, business school, or law school in the United States.
All candidates who apply for this scholarship must be in good academic standing and possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Application Requirements
The scholarship candidate must submit a 700-word essay or statement that considers current immigration conditions and reforms in the United States and offers at least two concrete ways that these conditions might be improved.
The scholarship candidate must submit a professional resumé listing past academic, professional, and volunteer experience.
The scholarship candidate must submit a current official transcript from his or her school. First-year college students, graduate students, or individuals who have recently transferred between schools may submit an unofficial transcript from their current institution, as well as their most recent official transcript from a prior school.
This cover sheet (link opens in PDF).
The winner of the DREAM Act Scholarship will be announced Fall of 2019.

Application Deadline and Instructions
If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, you must submit your completed application on or before July 30, 2019. All materials (essay, transcripts, and resume) must be submitted in one email to scholarships@thevisafirm.com.

Scholarship application emails must include the subject line: "[Applicant's Name} - Dream Act" to be considered.

Billings, Barrett & Bowman First In Family Scholarship

The partners at Billings, Barrett & Bowman are lifelong residents of Connecticut. All three partners received their J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law, and currently reside and practice in Connecticut.

Being blessed enough to graduate from college, as well as law school, they recognize that while many people may have the talent and fortitude to go onto higher education, many lack the opportunity to do so simply due to their family situation.

A select number of Americans, including Attorney Bowman, are able to overcome those obstacles and become the first member of their family to go off to college. While they were able to walk the difficult road to get there, there is still a difficult road ahead.

With that in mind, to help them on that road, we are excited to continue the First in Family Scholarship, designed to support individuals who want to further their education and are the first members of their families to attend college. The First in Family Scholarship will award $1,000 to a student who best describes how being the first in their family to attend college has impacted them.

ELIGIBILITY AND SELECTION CRITERIA
The scholarship is open to any student presently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States. This includes incoming first-year college students who are either high school graduates or in possession of a GED.

Scholarship candidates must be the first member of their family to attend college.

All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing, maintaining a cumulative average grade of a B (3.0 GPA.)

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
A resume that includes academic, professional, and volunteer experience.
A 750-1,000 word statement describing the impact of being your family's first member to attend college, including details on what you plan to study, and why you want to go there.
A current unofficial transcript from the applicant's school (NOTE: First-year college students may submit an unofficial transcript from their most recent school, as well as an unofficial transcript from their current post-secondary institution).
The winner of the Billings, Barrett & Bowman First in Family Scholarship will be announced in August 2019.

APPLICATION DEADLINE AND INSTRUCTIONS
To be eligible for the Billings, Barrett & Bowman First in Family Scholarship, applicants must submit their entire application (personal statement, transcript(s), and resume) by e-mail to info@bbbattorneys.com. All applications must have a subject line that reads: "[Applicant's First and Last Name] - Scholarship Application". Submissions without this subject line will not be considered. The deadline for all application materials is July 31, 2019.

Anthony's Scholarship- Living with a Sense of Purpose

John Fisher is devoted to fighting for the rights of suicide victims and their families. Suicide is the leading cause of preventable death in our country. Sadly, those suffering from depression and mental health illnesses are often neglected or under-treated in our health system. Mr. Fisher is proud to introduce Anthony's Scholarship, a scholarship created to educate and provide resources to those suffering from suicidal ideation and depression, and their families.

This award is aptly named after one of the many victims of suicide, Anthony Barnhart. Anthony cared deeply for his family. He was generous, kind and was always there when you needed him. Anthony was taken by police to the emergency department of a hospital after a suicide note was discovered at his home. Family members and members of the police department warned the hospital personnel that Anthony had plans to end his life and desperately needed emergency medical and psychiatric treatment. Anthony never got the treatment he so badly needed. Without seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist, Anthony was released from the emergency department with no plan for follow up treatment and took his own life three days later.

A common myth about suicide malpractice cases is that the patient's death was inevitable even with proper medical management and counseling. With proper medical and psychiatric treatment, Anthony would likely be alive today.

Accessible mental health care would have a positive impact on susceptible individuals who suffer from suicidal tendencies. Legislation could make health care mandatory for people who need it, profoundly helping them, as well as limit or regulate access to the firearms which are involved in the leading method of suicide.

Mr. Fisher has established a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 to a student who is interested in these issues. Applicants should discuss how legislation addressing U.S. health care and/or access to firearms could help prevent suicide.

Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must be at least currently enrolled in an academic program this includes current high school seniors and college students with plans to continue their education in the fall of 2019. They must also have maintained a 3.0 or higher GPA in school.

Application

In order to be considered, an application for this scholarship must include:

A school resume,
A recent transcript,
A 500-1,000 word article with thoughtful ideas on how legislation can be implemented to lower or decrease the rate of suicide in the United States.*
Deadline

The deadline to apply for this scholarship is August 1, 2019.

To be considered for this scholarship, fill out the application form below and upload your resume, school transcript, and essay. All submissions documents must be in a readable format, preferably in PDF. If you have any questions, please email support@fishermalpracticelaw.com.

We appreciate your interest in the 2019 Anthony's Scholarship Living with a Sense of Purpose. The winner will be announced on September 8th in honor of National Suicide Prevention Week.The

Triumph Over Adversity Scholarship

As a law firm primarily focused on Social Security disability law, The Khaki Law Firm is well-acquainted with the hardships that can arise from any disability resulting from a congenital disorder, a mental disorder, or a debilitating injury. This is why Sara Khaki and her team of attorneys and social security claim representatives do everything in their power to support clients trying to overcome such difficult circumstances and get the legal and financial security they deserve.

While we know that dealing with the challenges that accompany any sort of disability is no easy undertaking, we honor and admire those who have been able to accomplish their goals in spite of these challenges. This is why we are proud to announce The Triumph Over Adversity Scholarship to award a student who has overcome or helped a friend overcome challenges related to a disability and has come out stronger despite facing such challenges.

Scholarship Eligibility
In order to be considered eligible for The Triumph Over Adversity Scholarship, students must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or law program within the United States. High school seniors who will be enrolled in college the following semester are also eligible to apply. All applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Scholarship Award
The scholarship winner will be awarded $1,000 to be paid out to the school of their choice.

Scholarship Application
A complete scholarship application must include the following:

A current academic transcript, official or unofficial
An updated resume
In a 750-word personal essay, discuss an experience that you had while overcoming challenges related to a disability you personally have or helped a friend overcome. How did you overcome this adversity and achieve goals despite personal challenges?
Applications must be sent by email to contact@thekhakilawfirm.com with the subject line "[Applicant Name] - The Triumph Over Adversity Scholarship."

Scholarship Deadline
All scholarship materials must be submitted by August 30, 2019.

Right to Privacy Scholarship

The Law Offices of Leifert & Leifert is steadfastly committed to giving back to the community. We continue to stand by this commitment through different artistic, civic, academic, and philanthropic causes.

One of the fundamental ways we give back is by helping young people achieve their full academic potential so they can then have a positive impact within their community and those around them. To promote this idea we have created the Leifert & Leifert Right to Privacy Scholarship.

Right to Privacy
Today, those who go through the criminal justice system have very little privacy. Personal information that is easily accessible, like mug shots, can often harm an individual's opportunity to find a job, decent housing, or remain involved in the community after their release.

Should we limit some of the information that is publicly available like mug shots? Should there be a difference between "celebrity" arrests and arrests of "ordinary" citizens in terms of the right to privacy?

The Leifert & Leifert Right to Privacy Scholarship will award $1,000 to the candidate who can best discuss whether or not those who have been arrested have a greater right to privacy versus the public's right to know and view all of details surrounding their arrest. More specifically, does mug shot publication and general access to the public outweigh any potential violations of invasion of privacy interests of individuals who have been arrested?

Eligibility Criteria
To qualify for the Leifert & Leifert Right to Privacy Scholarship, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

You must be enrolled in at a duly accredited institution, including junior college, community college, undergraduate program, or graduate program anywhere in the United States
You must have solid academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA or above
High school graduates or GED holders about to start their college career are eligible to apply
Application Requirements
In order to submit an application for the scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:

Pertinent contact information, updated resume, and current status as a student.
A 750-word original essay which describes what rights the public should have to view information, specifically mugshots, on defendants and what protections should defendants have so their information is not necessarily public. The student must then describe any solutions to problems identified in the essay.
An up-to-date transcript from the applicant's current institution. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. (NOTE: High school graduates, GED holders, and first-year students are allowed to submit an unofficial transcript from their most recent institution attended along with relevant documentation from their current school.)
Application Information
In order to be considered for this year's scholarship, please send all necessary documentation (essay, transcripts, and resume) via email to info@leifertlaw.com by the official program deadline of August 31, 2019.

Emails applying for the scholarship are required to have the following as their subject line:

NAME OF APPLICANT - LEIFERT & LEIFERT RIGHT TO PRIVACY SCHOLARSHIP.

The applicant's personal essay, transcripts, and resume should also be attached to their email as distinct and separate attachments.

The Children of a Non-Traditional Family Scholarship

Reidy Law Office works with families through a number of different issues. By practicing family law, we see first hand the stress that family matters can cause children. Families come in all shapes and sizes and how children are brought up often shapes who they have become.

This year, Reidy Law Office is proud to announce The Children of a Non-Traditional Family Scholarship to hear from students who grew up in a non-traditional family and hear how this had a positive effect on their life. We want to hear how a non-traditional family gave you insights and experiences that are unknown to individuals from a traditional family.

The winner of the scholarship will be chosen based on the criteria outlined below and will be awarded with $1,000.

Scholarship Eligibility
The eligibility requirements for The Children of a Non-Traditional Family Scholarship are as follows:

Applicants must be currently enrolled or about to attend an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program within the United States Applicants must have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher
The applicant must then write a 1,000 word essay explaining how being part of a non traditional family shaped their life in a positive manner.

Application
A complete application for this scholarship will include:

A Resume A current academic transcript (We should clearly be able to see Cumulative GPA) A 1,000 word or less essay describing how growing up in a non-traditional family positively impacted your life and provided you with insights that individuals from traditional families might not have.
At the end of your essay please include a short explanation on how, if chosen, you will use the scholarship funds to pursue your educational goals.
Deadline
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must submit their complete application (resume, transcript, and essay) on or before the August 31, 2019 deadline. All applications must be submitted by email to help@reidylawoffice.com with the subject line "[Applicant's name] - Children of a Non-Traditional Family Scholarship."

Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman Community Service Scholarship

For nearly three decades, defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman has worked tirelessly to provide quality legal services to those in his community and beyond. Throughout his time working in the criminal justice system, it has become increasingly clear that there are many ills that our society faces, ranging anywhere from economic hardship to substance abuse epidemics. Yet within each community, there exists a group of individuals who go above and beyond in their efforts to not only combat such ills, but to eradicate them through initiatives that ignite progress and hope for a better tomorrow.

In an effort to recognize these individuals, we are offering the Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman Community Service Scholarship. The purpose of this scholarship is to honor a student who has made a significant effort to better their community in some specific way, meaning he or she saw a problem, and took the initiative to try to mend it. The Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman is proud to work with community members who are passionate about laying the groundwork for a brighter future, and we look forward to awarding a deserving student for their meaningful work.

Scholarship Eligibility
In order to be considered eligible to apply for the Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman Community Service Scholarship, students must be currently enrolled at a duly accredited institution, including junior college, community college, undergraduate program, or graduate program anywhere in the United States. High school graduates or GED holders who are about to begin college are also welcome to apply. All applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Scholarship Award
The scholarship winner will be awarded $1,000 to be used towards their education.

Scholarship Application
A complete scholarship application must include the following:

A current academic transcript, official or unofficial
An updated resume
A 750 word personal essay that describes a community service activity you initiated that left an impact on yourself and the people in your community. Please provide a detailed description of what led you to this particular community service activity, what societal issue or problem this activity sought to address, and how successful the activity was in addressing this issue. If it was not a successful activity, please propose insights into another way you could go about fixing your community's issue.
Applications must be sent by email to db@jeffreylichtman.com with the subject line "[Applicant Name] - Law Offices of Jeffrey Lichtman Community Service Scholarship"

Scholarship Deadline
All scholarship materials must be submitted by email before the August 31, 2019 deadline.

Oleg Fastovsky Outstanding Citizen Scholarship

Mr. Fastovsky has worked tirelessly to provide service to those in his community since the start of his career as a criminal defense attorney. His work has brought him together with individuals of all walks of life, each of whom possesses a unique and appreciable story to tell. The glamorous life of a big-city lawyer can be appealing, but Mr. Fastovsky has chosen a path of service, overseeing justice at the personal level. His recognition of the importance that a single person can have fuels his desire to empower individuals who make themselves known through incredible acts of community service and duty. He is honored to assist such individuals and contribute to their educational aims.

The Outstanding Citizen Scholarship and Essay Contest aims to give demonstrated community leaders and dedicated citizens an opportunity to pursue the education that will inform and better their causes. We are proud to sponsor the discussion on the topic of good citizenship, as well as to offer educational benefits to those individuals who demonstrate that they are outstanding citizens.

This essay contest and the $500 scholarship associated with it are open to individuals throughout the U.S. who are enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution during 2019-2020 school year.

Criteria For Eligibility And Selection
Those eligible for the Outstanding Citizen Scholarship essay contest must comply with the following criteria:

All candidates must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll by Fall 2019 into an accredited post-secondary program, which includes: community colleges, private or public undergraduate colleges, and universities, private or public graduate degree programs, law programs, and business programs. If the essay contest winner cannot provide evidence of enrollment at the time of scholarship disbursement, a new winner will be selected.
All candidates have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
All candidates must possess a proven commitment to citizenry, as demonstrated by their essay and resumé.
Application Criteria
A submission is considered "complete" when it includes:

An updated resumé that includes academic, professional, and volunteer experiences with a focus on community service and citizenry.
A 500-word essay that answers the following question: What is one of the most important ways an individual can serve her or his community, and how have you served your community in this way?
A current official academic transcript indicating that the candidate's cumulative grade-point average is 3.0 or greater. (Note: applicants who cannot furnish an official transcript from their current institution may submit both an unofficial transcript from their current place of learning, as well as an official transcript from the last school he or she attended.)
A letter of recommendation from someone who can attest to your great work on a community service project.
The winner of the Outstanding Citizen Scholarship Essay Contest will be announced in the Fall of 2019.

Deadline And Submissions Information
Candidates must submit their complete application (including the essay, resumé, and official transcript) on or before the September 30, 2019 deadline. All applications should be sent to info@mdcriminalattorney.net

The Texas Law Dog Animal Rescue Scholarship

Aulsbrook Law Firm is passionate about supporting individuals who dedicate their time and efforts to protecting, supporting, and saving animals in need. Matthew Aulsbrook enjoys spending his time fostering dogs in hopes that they find a permanent, loving home. Whether it is adopting a rescue animal or volunteering with a foundation that supports compassion towards animals, we appreciate individuals who serve animal welfare initiatives.

Animals are selfless and friendly creatures who often don't have the utilities or means to defend themselves against the outside world. We are grateful for the individuals who stand up to defend these creatures and protect their well beings. This year Aulsbrook Law Firm is excited to announce the Animal Rescue Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship opportunity will be awarded to a caring individual who demonstrates their love for animals and a commitment to increasing animal welfare.

Scholarship Eligibility Criteria:

The Animal Rescue Scholarship is available to any student who is currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States.
Applicants must be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
High school students who will be enrolled at a college or university for the upcoming semester are also eligible to apply.


How to Apply:

In order to be considered for this scholarship candidates must submit:

A current resume with updated contact information and status as a student
An original essay of approximately 750 words (12-point, Times New Roman font preferred) which answers the following prompt: Discuss your personal relationship with a rescue animal or volunteer animal organization and how it has impacted your life. How do you dedicate your time to helping animals and animal rescue organizations?
An updated transcript from the applicant's current institution. Applicants may substitute an unofficial transcript if an official transcript is unattainable.
Submission Details and Deadline Information:

In order to be eligible, scholarship applicants must submit their full application (essay, transcript, and resume) by email to info@thetexaslawdog.com.

The official deadline for all application materials is September 30, 2019.

ALL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION SUBMISSION EMAILS MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING SUBJECT LINE: Name of the Applicant - Animal Rescue Scholarship.

MCCRAW LAW GROUP FIRST RESPONDERS SCHOLARSHIP

The McCraw Law Group is proud to announce the First Responders Scholarship awarding $1,000 to a student with a unique appreciation for and perspective of first responders.

First responders are at the front lines of traumatic injuries and devastating emotional pain and suffering every day. Unfortunately, these heroes often don't receive the recognition they deserve, or emotional treatment they may need. First responders answer the call for help no matter the circumstances, time, location, or situation of an emergency. Some of us would not be here if it were not for the brave actions of a first responder.

Through natural disasters, fires, and acts of terror, these men and women run towards danger while others flee. Sacrifice is a common word to describe the life of a first responder, their friends, and families. Some make the ultimate sacrifice of laying down their own life in the pursuit of saving someone else's.

Here at The McCraw Law Group, we support, and respect these courageous people, and would like to honor them with this scholarship.

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY
Eligibility for this scholarship requires that the applicant be enrolled in a college, university, graduate, or law school. They can be a GED holder planning to attend college during the upcoming semester. The applicant should also be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

APPLICATION
To apply for this scholarship, please submit:

A current resume,
A school transcript, and
An essay of 500-1,000 words discussing the role of first responders in today's society and how their roles contribute to public safety. How has your experience with a first responder, as a first responder or as a family member of a first responder shaped your life? What can be done to assist the difficult job of first responders.
DEADLINE
The deadline to submit your application is September 30, 2019.

Please send your complete application to info@mccrawlawgroup.com by the deadline with the subject line: "[Applicant's Name] - First Responders Scholarship" to be considered.

White Collar Defense Diversity Scholarship: 2019

The White Collar Defense Diversity Scholarship is offering a $500 scholarship to African American and Hispanic students from single-mother homes who are committed to pursuing a quality education and who have a demonstrated ability for overcoming adversity and challenges related to their backgrounds.

Criteria for eligibility and selection:

The scholarship program is open to all African American and Hispanic undergraduate, and law school students as well as incoming college freshmen. The candidate must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Candidate must have a demonstrated financial need.

Application requirements:

The White Collar Defense Diversity Scholarship program welcomes all students who meet the above criteria to apply. Applicants will be assessed based on the following criteria:

A completed application, which includes the requirements below and the Scholarship Application Cover Sheet available here.
A 1,000-word essay describing the applicant's personal situation as a minority with a single mother, the impact that it has had on their life, and how they have overcome those challenges.
Applicants should also address their college, law school and/or career plans and how this scholarship will help him/her achieve those plans. A current, unofficial academic transcript from the applicant's school.
1 Letter of Recommendation from a teacher, principal, school administrator, work supervisor or a member of the clergy who has known the applicant at least 3 years or more and can speak to why the applicant deserves this scholarship.
Application deadline and instructions:

To be considered eligible, interested applicants must submit a completed application along with the previously listed requirements by September 30, 2019. The scholarship winner and other applicants will be notified of the results in over the fall of 2019. Address fax or mail submissions to: White Collar Defense Diversity Scholarship Attn: Firm Administrator 409 7th St NW Suite 218 Washington, DC 20004 Fax: (202) 664-1331 For email applications please address: scholarships@whitecollarattorney.net

The Texting and Driving Prevention Scholarship

At Emerson Straw, we are aware of the detrimental effects of distracted driving. In recent years, technological advancements have provided breakthroughs in science and exploration. These advancements have also created a world where cell phones have seemingly endless capabilities. Sometimes the temptation to use a smart phone while driving is too powerful, and the choice to do so has tragic results. As personal injury lawyers, we work with victims who have fallen subject to injuries due to the negligence of others caused by texting and driving. This negligence endangers, harms, and kills millions of innocent lives each year. We believe that in a society of change-makers, we can put an end to this destructive habit.

This year, we are excited to announce The Texting and Driving Prevention Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship opportunity aims to generate innovative and creative solutions to the age-old problem of distracted driving. In a 750-word essay, please discuss the ways in which you prevent yourself and others from texting and driving. In addition to discussing your personal relationship with this issue, please offer prevention tips and solutions for texting and driving to help increase the safety of drivers and pedestrians alike.

Scholarship Eligibility:

In order to be eligible for The Texting and Driving Prevention scholarship, students must meet the following requirements:

Currently enrolled or about to attend an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program within the United States.
Have a minimum current GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Application Requirements:

Please include the following documents:

Resume including contact information
Current academic transcript including a cumulative GPA. (First year students may submit unofficial transcripts from their accredited institution. If a student is not currently enrolled in an accredited university, we ask that the candidate provide proof of acceptance to their future college or university)
750-word original essay: Discuss the ways that you personally prevent texting while driving as the laws in place are not 100% effective. What steps do you take that you feel others should be taking as well? How do you plan on spreading these ideas?
Deadline:

All scholarship application materials must be submitted via email to info@emersonstraw.com by September 30, 2019. Please submit materials with the subject line "[Applicant's name] - The Texting and Driving Prevention Scholarship".

The final scholarship award will be chosen based on the criteria set forth above. The scholarship winner will be determined at the discretion of Emerson Straw.

By applying for this scholarship, applicants acknowledge that all essays submitted will become the property of Emerson Straw. Emerson Straw reserves the right to publish any or all portions of the essays on its website or other electronic publications and social media outlets.

2019 Price Benowitz Social Justice Scholarship

Deadline: September 30, 2019

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL SCHOLARSHIP INQUIRIES BY EMAIL AT: scholarships@pricebenowitz.com

WE WILL ANSWER ALL INQUIRIES WITHIN 48 HOURS. All information about the scholarship is available on this page. Please make sure to read carefully before submitting an inquiry as it may delay the application process. We want to document all communication regarding scholarships, so we will not be able to answer scholarship inquiries by phone. Please submit all questions by email.

As a leading law firm in our nation's capital, Price Benowitz LLP is committed to making social justice a cornerstone of our practice's values. It is our goal to ensure that all people have access to the same opportunities for education, self-improvement, and civic involvement, regardless of their socioeconomic circumstances.

Our nation has a long-standing legacy of social justice-from the fight for women's suffrage, to the civil rights movement, to contemporary efforts to embrace all varieties of race, creed, and sexuality-but there is still much work to be done. Until everyone can benefit from the same rights, opportunities, and basic services, there will always be the need for ambitious and talented people to make progress on behalf of others who are less fortunate.

To further this vision of making the world a better and more equitable place, our firm offers a scholarship to individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to social justice and community outreach. We recognize that education is an important foundation upon which positive, sustainable change can be built, and we are happy to help fund the educational endeavors of outstanding individuals.

By supporting the cause of social justice today, we are making an investment in a future that is brighter for everyone. As such, Price Benowitz is proud to offer this $2,000 scholarship to students pursuing college or advanced degrees of all types.

This year, our scholarship is helping to raise awareness about the challenges individuals with disabilities have to meet and overcome each day.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria

This scholarship is offered to any student currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the United States. This includes incoming first-year college students who are high school graduates or possess a GED.
The scholarship candidate must possess an interest in social justice, as demonstrated by past and present volunteer, professional, and educational experiences.
All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
Application Requirements

An updated resumé
A 750-word essay responding to the following prompt: What are some significant challenges people with disabilities encounter on a regular basis? What are some practicable public policies that could address these challenges? Feel free to speak about the challenges you have experienced or witnessed in a loved-one's life.
A current unofficial transcript from the applicant's school (NOTE: First-year college students must submit an unofficial transcript from their most recent school, as well as an unofficial transcript from their current post-secondary institution.)
The 2019 Price Benowitz Social Justice Scholarship winner will be announced in Fall 2019.

Application Deadline and Instructions

In order to be eligible, scholarship applicants must submit their FULL application (personal statement, cover sheet, transcript(s), and resumé) by email to scholarships@pricebenowitz.com. The official deadline for all application materials is September 30, 2019.

ALL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION SUBMISSION EMAILS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

Subject Line: Name of the Applicant - Name of the Scholarship
Attachments: Personal Statement, Cover Sheet, Transcript, and Resume

APPLICATIONS FAILING TO FOLLOW THE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

2019 Laborde Earles Scholarship

At Laborde Earles Law Firm we are determined to help accident victims receive the compensation that they need and deserve. When the unexpected becomes a reality, the physical, emotional, and financial pressure on accident victims can be overwhelming. Sadly, the legal system has a tendency to put even more strain on accident victims, and we as a firm actively seek to combat those imperfections. Our aim is to help our clients bounce back from their unfortunate circumstances by providing the legal experience needed to file a personal injury claim.

Our firm is proud to provide a $1,000 scholarship to a U.S. college student who produces the best essay on how our legal system could do more for accident victims. In a 750-word essay in 12-point Times New Roman font, discuss your opinion and provide insight into the legal system's shortcomings regarding those seriously injured by the negligence of others.

Eligibility
In order to be considered eligible to apply for the scholarship you must:

Be currently enrolled (or enrolled prior to the scholarship deadline) at an accredited institution, including junior college, community college, undergraduate program, or graduate program anywhere in the United States
Have good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA or above
NOT be a prior scholarship winner (although previous entrants who were not selected may submit an essay) or anyone who is affiliated with the sponsor as an employee, contract or regular, and their respective family members
Applications
A completed application for this scholarship must include the following:

A current resume
A current official or unofficial transcript from your most recent academic institution
A 750-word essay discussing whether you believe the legal system in the United States could do more for accident victims.
Submissions
All submissions are due by September 30, 2019. Please email your essays to law@onmyside.com. Please have "Name of Applicant - 2019 Accident Victims Scholarship" in the subject line with a copy of your essay, up-to-date transcript, and resume in the attachments.

Scholarship Award
The recipient of this award will receive a $1,000 scholarship towards any tuition, fees, books, and supply expenses at any post-secondary educational program or institution (including universities, community colleges, or vocational schools) that is intended to grant a degree or diploma. The post-secondary educational institution must be located within the United States of America, and the scholarship recipient must be accepted to attend that institution.

2019 Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program

The Access to Justice Tech Fellows programs equips the next generation of civil justice leaders with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to build a more responsive civil justice system. One that ensures equitable access and fair outcomes for low-income and marginalized populations.

For ten weeks between June and August, law students intern at an partner legal services organization where they'll leverage technology, data, and user-centered design approaches to develop solutions that address barriers preventing low-income Americans from receiving legal help. Fellows will receive a $5,000 stipend for their service over the summer and have the opportunity to receive academic credit.


What to Expect
Internship at a Legal Services Organization
Gain real-world legal experience and leadership training, while placed with a host legal services organization. Fellows will spend the summer developing innovative solutions aimed to improve the delivery of legal services for low-income and marginalized communities.

Bridging the Civil Justice Gap
Fellows learn the systemic role of race, class, power, identity and privilege have in disproportionate outcomes of accessing our civil justice system. Readily able to tackle the most complex challenges that serve as barriers to legal access.

Dynamic Learning Experiences
Fellows participate in an intensive training on the foundations of the U.S.civil justice system and a host of other interdisciplinary skills related to development of technology enabled legal service solutions.

Professional Development
Fellows will attend weekly virtual webinar sessions that feature leaders from the civil justice community and legal tech space. Gaining insight and exposure from a national network of experts on topics at the intersections of technology and access to justice.

Reflective Blog Journals
Fellows engage in a series of reflective blogging exercises to journal their experiences, reinforce acquired knowledge and skiils, and to demonstrate their understanding of civil justice issues.


Ready to apply?
To be eligible, you must:
• Be a current law student at an ABA accredited institution planning to return to school in the fall semester following the internship (Fall 2019)
• Be in academic good standing at law school institution
• Demonstrated or stated commitment to ensuring equitable access to justice
• Technologically savvy or strong willingness to learn
The ATJ Tech Fellows Program has a strong commitment to supporting the leadership of communities historically underrepresented in the legal profession. We strongly encourage diverse candidates with backgrounds, life experiences, and skill sets to apply.

Please note: Host organizations will review candidate applications on a rolling basis. Positions will remain open until filled. Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. 

Apply Here

PLI Scholarships & Discounts - Rolling Deadline

PLI's Scholarship/Financial Hardship Policy: Full scholarships and discounts to attend PLI programs are available to pro bono attorneys, judges, judicial law clerks, law professors, attorneys 65 or older, lawyers, law students, librarians and paralegals who work for nonprofit organizations, legal services organizations or government agencies, and unemployed attorneys and others with financial hardships.

To apply, please fill out the Scholarship Application, and submit it to the PLI Scholarship Committee at Scholarship@pli.edu.

Additional Information
1. Scholarships and discounts may be applied only toward tuition (price of item). Individuals are responsible for all other costs of attending a program in person or viewing a program online.
2. Law students must complete the Statement of Need portion of the application and attach either a copy of their current student ID or a letter from their school's registrar confirming their current            student status.
3. The PLI Scholarship Committee will reply by email prior to the start of the program, Webcast or On-Demand web program. Please contact PLI if a reply is not received one week prior to the start.
4. Scholarships or discounts will not be granted retroactively.
5. PLI Scholarships are nontransferable from program to program, person to person or product to product.
6. Please include your state and bar or registration number for each state in which you are requesting CLE credit.
7. Full scholarships are not available for our Patent Office Registration Exam Course. For more information, contact patentexam@pli.edu.
8. We encourage applicants to send their scholarship requests by email to Scholarship@pli.edu.
9. Requests may also be submitted via mail or fax to:

Scholarship Committee
Practising Law Institute
1177 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
Fax: 212.824.5925

Please note that a scholarship application must generally be received by PLI no later than 4 weeks prior to the start of the seminar that you wish to attend. Also, when applying, the application form will ask for the following priority code:JDN9

Application Method(s)
• Application Email: Scholarship@pli.edu
• Apply via Fax to : 212-824-5925
• Apply via Mail to: Scholarship Committee Practising Law Institute 1177 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036

Announcing the Fourth Annual BressmanLaw Traumatic Brain Injury Scholarship!

Applications Can Be Submitted Starting December 1st, 2018.

To serve as a community outreach throughout the United States to students persevering despite the effects of severe head trauma, Bressman Law has created a $1,000 scholarship designed to heighten public awareness of the challenges American youth face following traumatic brain injuries. This scholarship will lend financial hope for a bright future to one deserving US student.

ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant is currently enrolled at or accepted to an accredited college in the U.S.
  • Applicant demonstrates academic achievement as reflected by a cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA in either high school or undergraduate transcripts.
  • Applicant has a documented diagnosis provided by a licensed healthcare professional.
  • Applicant cannot have been a previous recipient of a Bressman Law scholarship.

REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must submit by December 15th, 2019:

  • A completed Scholarship Application Form.
  • A 1-3 page typed essay about your struggle with a traumatic brain injury, how you received the injury, how your life has changed since, the issues you've encountered and how you've overcome them.
  • An official copy of high school or undergrad college transcripts for all schools attended.
  • Documentation of your diagnosis from a qualified medical professional.
  • Proof of Legal Residency in U.S. (i.e. birth certificate, passport, permanent resident card, etc.)

AWARD

  • The award recipient will be notified of selection on or about December 31st.
  • This scholarship for is to be used exclusively for higher education tuition and related expenses. A check for $1,000 will be made payable to the award recipient's educational institution to cover these expenses and he or she is expected to submit receipts in accordance with IRS regulations.

DEADLINE: Completed applications must be submitted no later than December 15th, 2019. Application materials should be mailed to: 5186 Blazer Pkwy, Dublin, OH 43017 to the attention of David Bressman.