The Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing, PLLC, announced the Aaron Wersing Employment Discrimination Scholarship Contest. They believe that everyone has the right to education, and employment discrimination cause disruptions and must be avoided under the employment discrimination laws before they enter the workforce full-time. This is the first annual scholarship contest, which provides an opportunity to support and educate students about discriminations in workplaces. Students can apply by writing a 500 words essay about employment discrimination law and methods to reduce/mitigate job discrimination rates. The most cohesive and creative essay will be awarded a $1000 scholarship on December 20th, 2021.
Scholarships are important for students when they are interested in certain fields but are unable to enrol because of financial issues. These awards are a way for different professionals and organizations to make sure that talented students are able to accomplish their goals in education. Usually, time management is difficult when you have to handle a full-time or part-time course along with a side job to make sure you are paying your tuition and bills. But, scholarships help students like these so that they can focus solely on education without having to worry about education-related expenses.
Aaron D. Wersing, founder of the Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing, PLLC, has assisted and still continues to assist federal employees regarding a broad range of litigation and transactional matters. His practice includes evaluation and resolution of different federal employment matters. Through many years of law practice, Wersing has helped hundreds of clients while simultaneously worked against discriminatory practices and hostile work environments. Along with that, he has solved other similar issues effectively and efficiently. Aaron D. Wersing achieved his degree and Doctorate in Jurisprudence from the Georgia State University College of Law. He was also the receiver of the CALI Excellence for the Future Award. He is an active member of the local community and acts as a volunteer attorney along with Houston Volunteer Lawyers, which is a pro bono legal aid organization of the Houston Bar Association.
Refer to the below table for more details of the scholarship:
|Organization||The Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing, PLLC|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2021|
|Requirement||application form, 500 words essay, transcript or any proof of enrollment|
Who May Be Eligible
- Must be a high school senior enrolled or about to enrol in an accredited college, trade school, university, or law school OR
- A current student in an accredited college, trade school, university, or law school
How to Apply
To apply, students must write a 500 words essay about employment discrimination law and methods to reduce and mitigate job discrimination rates. The sponsor looks for the most cohesive and creative essay, which will be awarded the scholarship on December 20, 2021. Eligible candidates must complete the online form, attach the essay in MS Word format and upload a copy of the transcript or acceptance letter.
- Completed form
- 500 words essay in MS Word Format
- Transcript or any proof of enrollment
The main reason for the Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing, PLLC, announcing the Aaron Wersing Employment Discrimination Scholarship Contest is to support students while simultaneously educating them about the employment discrimination that is still an active issue within different organizations. This $1000 scholarship is awarded to high school seniors or current college or university students to use towards the tuition costs.
The application submissions deadline is December 1, 2021, and one winner will be chosen and announced by December 20th, 2021.