Stevens and McMillan $1500 scholarship (ID 3563)
- Start Date:
- We are pleased to announce the return of the Stevens & McMillan $1,500 scholarship! The scholarship contest is available to current college students or those planning on attending college in the 2018-2019 school year.
At Stevens & McMillan, we believe that everyone has the right to an education. We would not be where we are today without the help and support of our family, friends, and teachers. However, a quality education can be very expensive and we want to do our part to help the next generation. So, to help deserving students realize their dreams, we created an annual $1,500 scholarship contest.
- • You must be in good academic standing if currently enrolled in college or high school; If you are under the age of 18, you must allow your parent or legal guardian to read all of the rules listed on this page and obtain their permission to participate;
• You must be currently enrolled in an accredited college in the United States or planning to attend college no later than Fall of 2018;
• You must submit a minimum 1,000 word essay concerning the topics below using Microsoft Word. At the end of the essay, please indicate in a separate paragraph your name, phone number, school, expected school in Fall of 2018 if different, and a statement that you agree to the contest rules.
- Special Criteria:
- The Essay
Choose any law or connected group of laws regarding at least one of the following topics:
• Wrongful termination
• Leave of absence violations
Describe how these laws have helped employees in the workplace. You may use examples from your own family or friends, or you can compare and contrast modern employees to employees before these laws were enacted, or you can compare and contrast employees in the United States to employees in other countries, or you can use recent events in the news to illustrate your points. California students may use the comparable laws found under California’s FEHA. Candidates are expected to cite to relevant statutes and cases.