The Yosha Cook & Tisch has declared to offer scholarship named Role Model Scholarship for those students who are currently pursuing education, such as high school seniors, college students, or graduate students who are currently enrolled or accepted into two to a five-year post-secondary institution who resides in the United States can apply for this scholarship program. The applicants must be good in academics and should have at least a 3.0 GPA. This scholarship is based on role models of people’s life, whom they admire and are inspired by them. Students have to write about a role model of their life and how they play a role in their lives.
The student who will be the best of all other applicants will be selected for awards and receive an award amount of $1000. The only winner among all the applications will be eligible for this award. The amount will be given for their education and related expenses; they’ll be able to manage their tuition fees, books, and other materials that are required to seek education without any obstacles. This will help students to achieve their goals and succeed in their life.
The Yosh Cook & Tisch was founded in the year 1963 and is a community that focuses on cases involving serious injury or injustice caused by someone else’s mistake. The purpose they are working for is to provide justice to people who have suffered from serious injuries in accidents or lost someone close to them due to others’ fault.
|Organization||Yosha Cook & Tisch|
|Education Level||High school seniors, college students, and graduates|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||January 31, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who Is Eligible?
- Students who are high school seniors, college students and graduates who legally reside in United States, either in one of 50 states or in the district of Columbia, and who is also currently enrolled or accepted into two to five year post-secondary institution which is applicable spring 2022 semester
- Applicants should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be in good overall academic standing at their school
(Note: Any person employed at Yosha Cook & Tisch- Personal Injury Lawyers, members of their immediate families (parent, child, sibling, and spouse), as well as others living in the same households of previously mentioned individuals (related or not), are ineligible to receive rewards through the 2022 Role Model Scholarship)
How to Apply?
The students who are eligible and wants to apply for this scholarship program must write an essay on role model of their life and what makes them so special, and how has their presence made a positive difference in their life in 750-1000 words, with this applicant must submit a professional resume which will describe their professional and academic experiences and abilities. Apart from this, applicants must attach an up-to-date transcript from their current school, first-year college students, graduate students, or individuals who have recently transferred school may submit an unofficial transcript from their current school, as well as a most recent transcript from their prior school if students who are still in high school, proof of acceptance to their college or university is required for consideration. Finally, all the materials, including the essay, resume, and transcript, should be mailed to the following email:
The students who will apply for this program will be judged on the basis of their application, academic excellence and achievements, activities in school, and the essay they have written describing their role model. On the basis of these fields, applicants will get selected for awards; the award amount they’ll receive will be $1000. The amount will get used for their studies and the required materials; all the education-related expenses will be managed from this scholarship amount. This will make the applicant focus on their education and study more in order to get the success they wished for.
The eligible and interested students who want to apply for this scholarship program should send their entries with the required documents prior to the deadline of January 31, 2022. Delayed applications will not be accepted and also be declared ineligible.