jD LAW, P.C. Launches the Against the Current 2020 Scholarship
Standing up for what you believe in can be hard, especially when people doubt you. At jD LAW, P.C., we want to award students who persevere when no one believes in them, which is why we are launching the Against the Current 2020 Scholarship! This contest will award one student in the United States with a $1,000 scholarship towards their post-secondary education. This award is available to high school seniors and current college students from anywhere in the United States.
All you have to do is fill out an application and write a 500-1,000 word essay answering the following prompt:
Standing up in the face of doubt and adversity can be a powerful learning experience. We all face challenges in life that test our views of right and wrong, but what sets us apart from others is our ability to take a stance and fight for what we believe in. At jD LAW, P.C., we stand by our clients to ensure they receive the best legal advice possible, even when other attorneys would have doubts. We have personally met individuals who have stood up for their rights and beliefs, and now we want to hear your stories. Share with us a time you fought for something you believe was right even when others ignored the issue or advised you to move on. What motivated you to take a stance, and what did you learn from it? If you could make the same choice today, would you?
All applicants have until May 26th, 2020 to apply. Once we have reviewed your applications, we will reveal the finalists on June 9th and the winner on June 23. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and bookmark our blog for further announcements. Good luck!
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