The law office of Florin|Roebig is excited to announce that they are offering a scholarship essay contest for high school, college, and university students to participate and showcase their talent to win amazing awards. The Florin|Roebig realizes how significantly advanced education can be today, not only in making society better but as well as in assisting the youth with accomplishing their long-term academic goals and career dreams. Florin|Roebig is starting this scholarship with the sole purpose to make education accessible to all and for helping students who struggle with a lack of funds to cover their tuition expenses. Through this essay contest, they will have the chance to show their creative writing talent and win their way to receive the scholarship money. The grant contest is granting $1,500 in total to the three winners of the scholarship.
The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the existence of individuals in each corner of the world. From social distancing to work from home, covid has changed the way we live today. Therefore in this stressful situation, Floring|Roebig has come up with this opportunity for students to explore their minds and do something fun just by being at home. To be eligible for the Florin|Roebig $1,500 College Scholarship Essay Contest, the entrant must be a student enrolled full-time at a secondary or post-secondary academic institution in the U.S for the academic year 2021-2022 and must be at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. Applicants must submit their entries no later than December 1, 2021, to be considered for the following scholarship.
The firm was established in Clearwater, Florida in 1985 by Wil Florin. Tommy Robin joined the firm in 1986. Up until 1991, the firm focused its training on the spaces of individual injury, improper passing, and clinical negligence and keeps on doing as such today. In 1991 the firm extended its training to incorporate work separation claims (counting age, race, sexual orientation, identity, strict, and inability segregation). In 2015, the firm additionally extended its training to incorporate the portrayal of mortgage holders for cases including the careless development of their homes and townhouses just as first-party property protection claims for harm to private and business properties.
|Education Level||High school, college, university|
|Number of Awards||3|
|Contest Deadline||December 1, 2021|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
To be eligible for the Florin|Roebig $1,500 College Scholarship Essay Contest, the entrant must be a student enrolled full-time at a secondary or post-secondary academic institution in the U.S for the academic year 2021-2022 and must be at least 18 years of age at the time of entry.
How to Apply?
As it is an essay contest, therefore to participate, the candidates will have to write an essay of 1,200 words on the topic given. The essays must be submitted via email to Scholarship@FlorinRoebig.com and don’t forget to provide your name, your major, the name of the institution you are attending, along with your Student ID.
The essay topic is as follows:
Using your personal experience as a student living through a pandemic, what long-term impacts will social distancing have on the overall culture of college students? What positive and negative changes can students expect to see when it comes to social interactions on campuses in the future? If social distancing, mask-wearing, and online events become the campus culture, is that good or bad? And why?
The scholarship team will choose the three best candidates out of all applications received. The candidates will receive the prize money transferred directly to their college or university. Following cash prizes will be awarded:
Applicants must submit their entries no later than December 1, 2021, to be considered for the following scholarship. Any submission made later this date will be ignored.