Welsh & Welsh, a personal injury firm in Omaha, Nebraska, is pleased to announce that we are offering a once-yearly $1,000 scholarship to students who are currently attending or planning to attend their first year of college or graduate school in the upcoming semester. We understand the difficulties college students face financially and feel that by providing students with this opportunity, we can help them pave the way towards a brighter future.
We first started the scholarship in Fall 2017 and were humbled by its success. We’ve decided to continue it for 2018 and beyond.
The current open submission period is for Fall 2018.
Applications are due by Sunday, July 15, 2018.
The next open submission period will be for Fall 2019.
To apply, you’ll need to submit a 500+ word essay on the topic below as well as provide some additional information.
- Students can be attending or planning to attend any college or graduate school in the U.S.
- Applicants must be attending or plan on attending for their first year.
- As proof of your first-year status, you will need to submit a digital copy of your acceptance letter—complete with the college letterhead.
Applicants will need to write a 500+ word essay on the following topic:
Why is prioritizing roadway and driver safety so vital?
Once the application period closes, Welsh & Welsh will choose a winner based on the uniqueness of each essay as well as the writer’s knowledge in the topic. Creativity and unique ideas give points here.
By submitting your essay to us, you agree that your essay may be featured on our blog. We will publish the winning essay as well as 1-2 of the top contenders at our discretion. Published essays may appear with minor edits in place.
- To submit your application, email us your completed essay, a digital copy of the acceptance letter from the college or graduate school verifying your first-year status, and some brief information about yourself to email@example.com.
- In the body of your email, you MUST include your name, address, phone number, and the name of your current/planned school. You may include a brief paragraph telling us about yourself and your career-related goals, but this part should be brief.
- The essay MUST be attached as either a .DOCX or .PDF. You MUST follow MLA guidelines when formatting your essay.
- The email’s subject line MUST READ: “NAME Fall 2018 Scholarship”
Failing to follow the above instructions may disqualify your application.
Send all applications and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to looking at your applications!
List of Past Winners
At The Law Office of Mike Campbell, we feel it’s vital to help our next generation of entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals pave the way toward a bright future. We felt there’s no better way to help young students obtain their dreams than by offering a scholarship to new and first-year college students. Our scholarship will be held once a year during the Fall semester.
The current open submission period is for Fall 2018. Applications are due by Sunday, July 15th, 2018.
Scholarship Guidelines and Details
- Students can be attending or planning to attend any college or graduate school in the United States.
- All applicants must be attending or plan on attending for their first year.
- As proof of your first-year status, you will need to submit a digital copy of your acceptance letter—complete with the college letterhead—from that college.
- All applications for the current semester are due by Sunday, July 15th, 2018.
To apply, you’ll need to submit a 500+ word essay on the following topic:
How can college students avoid the temptations of alcohol and getting behind the wheel after drinking?
Once the application period closes, we will determine a winner based on the following factors: feasibility, originality, creativity, and the applicant’s level of knowledge in the topic as well as their ability to write a well-crafted essay. We aren’t necessarily looking for an “A”-grade essay from an English or law student, but rather an essay that explores the topic uniquely.
By submitting your essay to us, you agree that it may be featured on our blog. We will publish the winning essay as well as a couple of the top contenders at our discretion. Published essays may appear with minor edits in place.
To submit your application and essay, email us the completed essay, a digital copy of the acceptance letter from your college or graduate school verifying your first-year status, and some brief information about yourself to email@example.com.
In the body of your email, please include your name, address, phone number, and the name of your current/planned school. Feel free to include a brief paragraph telling us about yourself and your career-related goals, but this part doesn’t need to be very long. The essay should be attached as either a .DOCX, .PDF, or .RTF, or included in the body of the email.
Send all applications and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reading your applications!
The Solomon Law Group $1000 Scholarship Opportunity
College students today face many obstacles. One of those obstacles in paying for school. Paying for tuition, books, and food can get costly for students. At the Solomon Law Group in Columbia, SC, we value higher education and want to support those who pursue it.
That’s why we’re offering a twice-yearly $1,000 scholarship to students who are currently in or plan to start their first year of college or graduate school. Our lawyers are committed to helping students with their academics and investing in a better future.
We’re currently accepting applications for Fall 2018. Applications are due by Sunday, July 15th, 2018.
What Are the Scholarship Rules?
- Students can be attending or planning to attend their first year of college or graduate school.
- The school must be in the United States.
- Proof of your first-year standing. Submit a digital copy of your college acceptance letter, including the college letterhead.
- Applications are due by Sunday, July 15thth, 2018.
Submit a 500+ word essay on this topic:
How should we educate others about the importance of driving safety?
The Solomon Law Group will determine a winner after the application closes. We’re not necessarily looking for the perfect A+ essay, we’re looking for a well-written essay that approaches this topic from a unique, creative, and feasible perspective.
If you submit your essay to us, you’re giving us the right to feature your essay on our blog. We’re going to publish the winning essay as well as other finalist essays. They may have minor edits when they’re published.
The Application Process
When you submit your application and essay, you should send in the following:
- Your completed essay
- A digital copy of the college acceptance letter to prove it’s your first year
- A short bio
Send this information to email@example.com.
If you have any questions, ask us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking forward to reading your applications!
The Rahman Alim Strum Scholarship Incorporated in memory of Rahman’s humanitarian works around the world, his love for family and friends and overall scholastic achievements. Rahman traveled to third world countries to study abroad and to preserve clean water in distraught areas. Rahman was involved in clubs and organizations at school and development in the community all while maintaining a high grade point average at school.
Rahman received his Associate Degree from Holyoke Community College In Holyoke MA, Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in Education and Human Sciences. He also obtained two Masters Degrees. His first Master’s Degree was in Public Administration with a concentration in Health from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. His second Master’s Degree was from the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a concentration in Public Health Administration and Health Informatics. As the executive director at Omaha Area Health Education Center he demonstrated leadership, community involvement and the importance of one’s health.
Deadline to apply is July
Click to Apply to the Veterinarian Science Scholarship
- INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
- Applicant must be pursuing a degree related to veterinary science within the United States.
- Applicant must plan to attend college by the fall semester of 2017.
- Applicant must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0.
- A transcript must be attached to application for consideration.
- Applicant must submit an un-opened copy of official transcripts if selected as a finalist.
- This scholarship is a one-time award worth $500 to be awarded the fall semester of 2017.
- Although not required, applicant is encouraged to submit letters of recommendation and/or resumes that substantiate his or her application.
- Applicant will be required to demonstrate his or her merit and need for this scholarship.
About the Scholarship
We believe the future of women’s empowerment worldwide lies in the hands of today’s students. The Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarships (AAGS) are designed to engage young people in pressing women’s issues and to connect students who are interested in the global advancement of women with thought leaders in impactful roles.
U.S. Bank and Discover have partnered with Womenetics to encourage future leaders to think critically about the business issues affecting women today by offering $22,000 in scholarship funds. The prize money is intended to finance education, travel or other opportunities that may lead to further understanding of these important global issues.
Click here to read a letter from Kimberly Topping about her experience as a 2012 AAGS winner.
Ten students will be selected to win a combined total of $22,000 in scholarships and grand prize winners will receive an expense-paid trip to attend the Womenetics Global Women’s Initiative conference in Atlanta or Chicago this fall.
Grand Prize (2): $5,000 in scholarship funds and an expense-paid trip to attend the Global Women’s Initiative (GWI) conference and a VIP reception with featured speakers and other top business, academic, nonprofit and policy leaders the evening before the event.
- The US Bank Prize grand prize winner attend the Atlanta GWI on Sept. 25
- The Discover Prize grand prize winner will attend the Chicago GWI on Nov. 13
Runners-up (8): The eight remaining finalists will each receive $1,500 in scholarship funds and an expense paid trip to attend the Global Women’s Initiative conference and a VIP Reception with featured speakers and other top business, academic, nonprofit and policy leaders the evening before the event.
- Four US Bank Prize winners will attend the Atlanta GWI on September 25
- Four Discover Prize winners will attend the Chicago GWI on Nov. 13
You may enter both the U.S. Bank and Discover Prizes only once; however, if selected for one prize, you are automatically ineligible for the other.
Deadline for entry: Friday, July 26, by 11:59 p.m. EST
All finalists will be notified via email on Sept. 3, 2013. Grand prize winners will be announced at the Global Women’s Initiative conferences.
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Requirements for Entry
Your essay must be 2,500 words or less and submitted in .doc format
- Include the essay prompt to which you are responding at the top of the document
- Use Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced
- Cite your research with proper in-text citations and a works cited page in MLA, APA or Chicago format (The works cited page will not be included in your word count.)
- In addition to the essay, at the end of the document, include a 200-word personal statement about what you would do with the prize money if you win.
U.S. Bank Prize Essay Topics
Shared Value: Everybody Wins
Explore how the concept of creating shared value (CSV) – creating economic value while also creating benefit for society – increases competitive advantage by capitalizing on the interdependence between business and community. Address the social and economic implications of women’s increasing levels of income worldwide. Then, using the principles of CSV, write a persuasive, research-based proposal that urges a corporation to adopt a social impact investment strategy to solve an issue that affects women. Explain how it benefits the company and the global community.
Women’s Influence and Innovation
Study after study indicates that companies with focused diversity and inclusion efforts are more innovative. Examine what conditions are necessary to foster a corporate culture of creativity. Cite examples of companies that saw greater levels of innovation with the inclusion of women in leadership positions. Finally, design a research-based proposal with implementable practices for companies to increase thought diversity and, in turn, innovation.
Corporate Ethics: Women’s Impact
Over the last few decades, women’s participation in the workforce has grown exponentially. Research and analyze the impact increased numbers of women have on corporate culture – particularly in terms of accountability and transparency. Then, citing research, support or debunk the argument that women make more ethical leaders than men.
Women on Boards: Shared Value vs. Quotas
The business philosophy of creating shared value (CSV) focuses on the connection between societal progress and economic growth. Examine the effect that women on corporate boards have on company performance in terms of bottom lines and philanthropic spending. Then, analyze the debate over the European Union’s decision to mandate that 40 percent of a company’s corporate board members must be women by the year 2020. Could incentivizing a CSV approach be an alternative to the “command and control” nature of quotas? Explain why or why not. Write an action plan for companies to increase the number of women serving on their boards, either by applying CSV principles or otherwise.
Plugging Women Into STEM
Despite the rapid expansion of employment within industries related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the gender gap in these fields remains. Provide a research-based analysis of the factors that keep women and girls disengaged from pursuing STEM-related careers. Explain why women’s participation in these industries is essential to the United States economy and propose one or more programs to bolster women’s employment in STEM fields.
Parenting + Career = Struggle
As more women and men choose to combine parenting and career, examine companies that are successful in their efforts to support and retain working parents, especially mothers. Discuss whether investing in and retaining women is important to a company’s overarching success and, ultimately, bottom line. Based on your research, explore how corporate culture and American businesses can adapt in order to address the competing demands of parenting and career, enabling working parents to continue to advance within a company. Propose public and/or private strategies and policies to help accelerate this cultural shift.
Eligible applicants must be:
- Enrolled as an undergraduate student in an accredited college or university.
- A U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States.
- In pursuit of their first bachelor’s degree. (Students who have already obtained a bachelor’s degree are not eligible.)
- Previous AAGS winners are ineligible to compete for the 2013 prizes
About the Scholarship
Womenetics, U.S. Bank and Discover® will award a grand total of $22,000 in scholarships to ten undergraduates this fall.
Womenetics recognizes the power of young people. The Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarships (AAGS) are designed to connect students who are interested in the global advancement of women with thought leaders in vital, impactful roles and to provide means for further study. We believe students are the future leaders of women’s empowerment worldwide.
To be eligible, an individual must be enrolled as an undergraduate student in an accredited college or university, and be a U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States. Students who have already obtained a bachelor’s degree are not eligible. Students are invited to enter both the U.S. Bank and Discover Prizes; however, if selected for one prize, the student is automatically ineligible for the other. Students are not required to attend the conferences in Atlanta or Chicago in order to win.
Scholarship Details and Requirements
U.S. Bank and Discover have partnered with Womenetics to encourage future leaders to learn about these topics. We invite college students to discuss one of the following questions in an essay of 2,500 words or less, for the opportunity to win one of ten prizes. Please provide a ‘works cited’ page to document any research referenced in your essay. In addition, a separate 200-word essay on what you will do with the prize money should you win is required. The prize money is intended to finance education, travel or other opportunities that may lead to further understanding of these important global issues.
1st Prize: Two first place winners (one for the U.S. Bank Prize and one for the Discover Prize) will win $5,000 and an expense-paid trip to attend and be recognized at the respective Womenetics’ Global Women’s Initiative conference. In addition, the winner is invited to attend a VIP Reception with featured speakers and other top business, academic, nonprofit and policy leaders the evening before the event.
2nd Prize: Eight additional essayists (four for the U.S. Bank Prize and four for the Discover Prize) will win $1,500 and recognition at the Womenetics Global Women’s Initiative, as well as an invitation to the VIP Reception with featured speakers and other top business, academic, nonprofit and policy leaders the evening before the event. The four finalists for each conference are invited to attend, but are responsible for their own travel costs.
To enter, essay and registration form must be received by email and in printed copy by 5 pm EST on Friday, July 27. Essays must be sent electronically to email@example.com, and a printed copy with the completed registration form must be sent to
Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarships
99 West Paces Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
This scholarship fund was established in response to federal cuts in spending for education programs and scholarships. This is the foundation’s first educational program. The CBC Spouses Education scholarship is a national program that awards scholarships to academically talented and highly motivated students who intend to pursue full-time undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degrees. The Educational Scholarship Fund was established in 1988 and has experienced substantial growth. Recipients for this program are selected through volunteers in the district offices of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC). CBC Members work through local scholarship committees to award money to academically talented and highly motivated students.
This scholarship program focusing on health was established in 1998 as the CBC partnered with the naming sponsor, General Mills, to increase the number of minority students pursuing degrees in the fields of medicine, engineering, technology, nutrition and other health-related professions. Since the inception of the program, General Mills has invested more than $1,000,000 to underwrite this initiative. The General Mills Health Scholarship has served hundreds of students over the years, and has helped to create leaders in the medical and health related fields.
Established in the year 2000, the CBC Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts scholarship program was developed in honor of the late Curtis Mayfield to ensure that students pursuing a career in the performing arts receive the financial assistance to achieve their goals.
The CBC Spouses Visual Arts Scholarship was established in 2006 for students who are pursuing a career in the visual arts.
The Louis Stokes Health Scholars program, sponsored by the United Health Foundation, seeks to increase the number of qualified, yet underrepresented, college students entering the health workforce. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate an interest to work in underserved communities. Students currently attending two-year institutions are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Environmental Studies Scholarship seeks to provide financial awards to minority and women college students pursuing a degree in environmental science or other related fields of study. Applicants should have a junior class standing in college with a declared major in environmental science or a related field, and understanding and acceptance of ServiceMaster’s core values. This scholarship offers $5,000 per semester to two students.
Louis Stokes CBCF Scholarship at Case Western University
Every year, Case Western Reserve University awards the Louis Stokes CBCF Scholarship at Case Western Reserve University to two outstanding nominees who are nominated by CBC members. Intended to help economically and educationally disadvantaged students attain an education at Case Western Reserve University, the scholarship offers a full-tuition award, renewable for up to five years; a grant of up to $2,500 to cover the purchase of a computer and books; and assistance securing a paid summer internship. This program is open to all first-year students and transfer students from community colleges. In addition to completing an application for admission into Case Western, applicants must complete an additional 250-500 word essay. For additional information, visit the Case Western Reserve Scholarship page
**Immediate relatives (defined as: one’s parents, step-parents, siblings, spouse, children, step-children, foster children, in-laws, sibling in-laws, grandparents, great grandparents, step-great grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews) are not eligible for CBCF scholarship programs**
Students may research scholarships by ethnicity, level of schooling (i.e., high school or college), major, and state. Students with the time and patience to research the various types of scholarships available will undoubtedly discover hundreds of scholarship opportunities and potentially tens of thousands of dollars in scholarhips.
The Minority Teacher Recruitment Project at the University of Louisville addresses the shortage of minority teachers. The program is a partnership among the University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development, the Jefferson County Public Schools, and the schools of the Ohio Valley Education Cooperative.
Minority Teacher Scholarship Program
Scholarships of up to $5,000 annually are available to qualifying full- or part-time students of color pursuing initial teacher certification at U of L.
To apply, you must provide the following documents:
- Completed application form
- Brief (one to two pages), typed, double-spaced essay, “Why I Want to Teach”
- Complete set of official transcripts from all colleges attended
- Two letters of recommendation (letters from relatives will not be considered)
Submit all materials by July 1 for Fall Semester or November 1 for Spring Semester.
Who Should Apply
- Minority students who want to make a difference in the lives of children, particularly those in our urban schools. Applicants should be willing to challenge old assumptions, explore new approaches to learning, and work energetically toward a rewarding career in the teaching profession.
- Undergraduates who are interested in a teaching career and have completed their bachelor’s degree in either the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Business, the School of Music or the Department of Health and Promotion, Physical Education and Sport Studies.
- Applicants should be prepared to make an intense commitment of approximately one year and be able to devote full time to student teaching during the spring semester of the program.
MTRP/FEA Summer Camp for High School Students
The MTRP/FEA Summer Camp is a week-long residential program for rising high school eleventh graders, twelfth graders, and graduating seniors interested in becoming educators. Campers participate in professional development workshops, extracurricular activities, and field trips while gaining exposure to life in a university setting. Scholarship opportunities are available for graduating seniors who will be enrolled in the College of Education and Human Development at University of Louisville in the upcoming fall semester. For additional information and/or an application, please contact the Minority Teacher Recruitment Office at (502) 852-7697.