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Dolman Law Group Scholarship (ID 1768)


Scholarship Description

Start Date:
6/1/2017
Deadline:
9/29/2017
Website:
https://www.dolmanlaw.com/scholarship/
Amount:
$1,100
Description:
The Clearwater auto accident attorneys at the Dolman Law Group understand the value of education. After all, all of our attorneys have earned an undergraduate degree and successfully completed a rigorous juris doctorate program during law school. We also understand that college can place a tremendous financial strain on both students and their families. As a result, we are offering a $1,100 BI-ANNUAL scholarship to a current or prospective college student. The scholarship will be awarded to the winner of our video essay contest, the details of which are outlined below.

Contact Information

Phone:
(727) 451-6900
Email:
scholarships@dolmanlaw.com

Eligibility

Gender:
NA
Eligibility:
-Must be currently attending or planning to attend a college or university during the 2017-2018 academic year.
-Must be in good academic standing with your current educational institution
-For applicants under 18, you must have permission from a parent or legal guardian
Special Criteria:
-Must apply to the contest via email and provide your name, address, and the name of the institution you are attending or plan to attend
-Must provide your video essay (YouTube format preferred) by the deadline of 9/29/2017.
-Submit videos to: scholarships@dolmanlaw.com

Essay Topic
In order to participate in the essay contest, applicants must present a 2-3 minute video essay discussing the following issue:
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there was a total of 5,376 pedestrian fatalities in the year of 2015. We often emphasize safety measurements that drivers can take to avoid these accidents, but pedestrians too have the responsibility to keep safety in mind. Based on your research, what are the main causes of pedestrian accidents and what safety measurements can a pedestrian take to help the decline of pedestrian fatalities?