Do you find social justice interesting? Then Welcome to the fantastic opportunity by the Price Benowitz LLP. The Price Benowitz LLP is calling students currently enrolled in an accredited community college, undergraduate or graduate programs to apply for the 2020 Price Benowitz Social Justice Scholarship.
Price Benowitz LLP is committed to make social justice a cornerstone of their practice values. The firm aims at ensuring that all people have access to the same opportunities for education, self-improvement, and civic involvement, regardless of their social-economic circumstances. To make the world a better and more peaceful place, the company offers this scholarship to the students who are the future of the country and the world.
Prince Benowitz has put together a roster of attorneys with tremendous experience in several different areas. The team is always active and willing to provide knowledgeable legal counsel to those in need. They practice in various fields like Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Family Law, Trusts and Estates, Immigration, Whistleblower Law, Civil Litigation, White Collar, Workers Compensation, Business, and Corporate Law.
Who May Be Eligible?
To apply for this wondrous grant, students should go through the below-given requirements:
- Students 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.
- Candidates must possess an interest in social justice, as demonstrated by past and present volunteer, educational experiences ad professionals.
- Applicants should be good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates to be considered should submit their full application with all the details and the other supporting documents through an email to email@example.com with a subject line: Name of the Applicant – Name of the Scholarship; before the deadline. Late or incomplete applications will be rejected.
- A 750 words essay responding to the following prompt: What are some significant challenges people with disabilities encounter regularly? What are some practicable, public policies that could address these challenges? Feel free to speak about the difficulties you have experienced or witnessed n a loved one’s life.
- A current unofficial transcript from the applicant school
- The 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
- Cover letter
The selected student will receive the award amount of $2000 to overcome their financial expenses and help them make full of their educational courses without worrying about the financial burdens. The program encourages the student to look after the social aspects of society and take the initiative to change them
The last date to apply for the grant is 28 February 2021.