If you’re a US citizen studying abroad through an accredited US law school check out The Reeves Law Group Scholarship. The Reeves Law Group is awarding $2,500 to one winner who applies by the December 15, 2015 deadline. To apply for this scholarship you must submit a brief narrative that includes who you are and what you’re interested in. You must also submit a 750-1000 word essay (or PowerPoint presentation) on the following topic:
“My dream contribution to society as a lawyer.”
Along with an essay the following must also be submitted:
The winner be based upon “who best conveys a strong desire and goal of using the legal system to fix or improve a problem in society.”
Last year’s winner, Heather Marzenski, received this award because, “Heather’s application was sincere, heartfelt and very deserving,” said firm founder Robert Reeves. “Not only does she run multiple fundraisers throughout the year to make up for the budget shortfalls that directly impact students in her classroom, but she collects used clothing and shoes outside of school to assist these same families. She also does all of this while working multiple jobs, finishing her Master’s degree, and caring for her own family, which includes a two-month newborn.”
This year’s winner will be notified by phone, email or mail prior to January 15, 2016 and must show proof of enrollment before disbursement of the award.
If interested, find out if you’re eligible and how to apply for the Reeves Law Group Scholarship.
Read our full post about scholarship essays here.
Invensis Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is hosting the Invensis Young Thinker Scholarship Essay Award. Eligible students are able to apply until July 31st at 11:59pm, one winner of this scholarship will receive $500. To be eligible to apply for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Be studying in the United States, United Kingdom or Australia
-Be pursuing an undergraduate degree in: technology, science, web design & development, economics, finance, marketing and business/management.
-Be between the ages of 18 and 26
-Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
If you meet the above criteria to apply for this scholarship you must write and submit an essay of at least 600 words on the following topic:
“In your opinion, which was the most disruptive mobile technology of 2014 and how is it a game changer? How will it evolve to impact the future?”
If interested in this international scholarship make sure you get more information on the Invensis Young Thinker Scholarship Essay Award and how to apply before the deadline.