Arizona Injury Law Group is eager to announce another yearly grant opportunity for the currently enrolled college students and the students who will join the college in 2022. The following scholarship award targets students with high potential and excellent skills and provides them with the $1500 grant opportunity to fund their education. The grant will be granted to one outstanding understudy who meets the qualification prerequisites/capabilities, yet in addition, presents an essay that shows creativeness and original content. This new annual grant opportunity allows Arizona Injury Law Group to invest in the students who will tomorrow become the future of our country and make the contribution towards their success by inspiring and supporting them through this grant program.
In case you are currently attending a certified college, university, or community college, we encourage you to consider applying for the Arizona Injury Law Group yearly grant. The underlying purpose behind this grant is to help talented and excellent students to accomplish their career dreams. Moreover, the organization desire to carry attention to the idea of business, explicitly, on the working people who have been harmed at work. The following grant opportunity empowers the law group to encourage and be aware of the students of today who might in the future face the same circumstances.
Arizona Injury Law Group PLLC gives workers’ remuneration legitimate services all through the territory of Arizona. Their lawyers assist harmed laborers with acquiring justice with advantages, pay, and a voice that stands up with them. The Arizona Injury Law Group has more than five decades of experience with the industry and today is called the experts in the industry. While considering a workers’ compensation lawyer in Phoenix, the Arizona Injury Law Group gives the experience and capabilities to adequately address every customer and their unique situation.
|Organization||Arizona Injury Law group|
|Education Level||College, university|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||December 31, 2021|
|Application Fees||Not required|
|Requirements||Essay, proof of enrolment|
Who is Eligible?
The eligibility requirements for the following scholarship contest is as follows:
- The candidate must be 18 years old or more and must be a citizen of the United States.
- The candidate must maintain a minimum (GPA) of 2.5 or greater.
- The candidate must be enrolled or accepted at an accredited university, college, or accredited community college.
The essays submitted will be judged based on the following criteria:
- Confirmation of essay word count (minimum 1000 words)
- The article must be original
- The report must contain a proper use of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
- Continuity of topic focus throughout
- Application of creative, non-repetitive vocabulary.
How to Apply?
The applicants applying for the scholarship are required to write a 100% original essay of around 1,000 words on the following subject:
What Is The Importance Of Workplace Safety To Employers And Workers, Where Do You See The Evolution Of Workplace Safety Regulations 10 Years From Now, And Why?
The essays and the asked documents must be sent in one mail message to email@example.com
The email subject line must include: “ARIZONA INJURY LAW GROUP SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION”
The following information must be added to your submission email:
- First and last name
- Date of birth
The documents that need to be attached to your submission mail is as follows:
1. Proof of GPA
2. A document that proves your current enrollment at an accredited university, college, or community college or a document that shows your acceptance at an accredited university, college, or community college.
The judges will decide the winner based on the above-mentioned criteria. The winner announcement will be made in January 2022. The winner of the scholarship will be given scholarship money of up to $1,500.
The cut-off for the essay submission for the following scholarship is December 31, 2021. Applications submitted later this date will not be considered.