Be currently enrolled the senior year of high school, in post-high school institution or graduate school in the United States.
Submit an original 500+ word essay on how Driving and Texting has affected your life or an experience of how it has impacted someone you know.
Essays should be written in English and typed in 12-point, legible font. All submissions should be a minimum of 500 words, but can be as long as is necessary to fully explain the experience. The winning applicant’s essay will appear on our firm’s blog. All information submitted for the purpose of obtaining a scholarship should be accurate, ethical, honest and unique. The selection of a candidate will take into account the quality of writing, as well as the applicant’s ability to follow the instructions set forth herein.
HOW TO APPLY
Scholarship applications can be filled out and submitted online. In addition to the application and essay, applicants will need to submit a copy of a school transcript or other documentation evidencing current enrollment in the senior year of high school, a post-high school institution or graduate school in the United States. All applications must be filled out and completed by December 30, 2020. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered. Submissions may be completed using the contact form below or my email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winner of the $1,000 Attorney T. Morton Scholarship will be announced, and scholarship funds distributed, in January 2021. Before the scholarship is awarded, proof of acceptance into a higher education institution is required.
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