The students who are enrolled in a four-year college or university are invited to write an impactful essay about the problem of teen drinking and driving and win an award. The Teen Responsibility Scholarship is organized by the Blass Law.
The program is a small initiative to make people aware of the dangers of driving while intoxicated. This grant will be handed over to a brilliant applicant whose essay will describe a valuable plan to overcome these kinds of accidents.
Blass Law PLLC works as a Houston-based criminal defense and personal injury law firm. It focuses on DWI defense, Criminal Defense and severe injury cases for Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, and Galveston County
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Who May Eligible?
Candidates are required to be eligible according to the below-mentioned criteria:
- Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university
- Must have a GPA of 3.0
How to Apply
The scholarship application form is displayed on the same main page of the scholarship and to be filled by the eligible students to acquire the award.
- Must attach your unofficial transcript to the application form
- Must submit a 500- to 1,000-word essay attached in a PDF format
- The essay should describe “Why do teens risk their lives and the lives of others by driving while under the influence? And what is your plan to inform, educate, and raise awareness about the dangers of driving while intoxicated among your peers?”
The best student who is committed to ending the problem of teen drinking and driving in their community will receive an annual scholarship of $2,500.
The eligible students must take the initiative to apply for the scholarship before June 15, 2020.