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Annual Pusch and Nguyen Scholarship Fund (ID 3981)


Scholarship Description

Start Date:
8/1/2018
Deadline:
3/1/2019
Website:
http://www.puschnguyen.com/annual-pusch-nguyen-college-student-scholarship/
Amount:
$2,500
Description:
Pusch & Nguyen understands the value of education as well and the ever increasing expenses of getting a post high school education. This yearly scholarship of $2500.00 is offered in order to help with some of the expenses required of promising students yearning to continue their education at the next level. To qualify for the Pusch & Nguyen Scholarship, you must be a starting or continuing U.S. college student and must submit a 1000+ word essay on the legal topic prompt that is presented below. We will notify the winner via email and make a public announcement on Pusch and Nguyen's FaceBook page and Google Places Page.

-Submit your Essay to (deadline for emailing us is March 1th, 2019 at 9am CDT): scholarship@puschnguyen.com

-In the email, applicants must include: Full name, email address, current school attended and (intended) course of study. Contact information for parents if student is under 18, as well as permission from student’s parents to apply.

-After the application period has closed, we will review all submissions and decide on a winner by April 1st, 2019.

Contact Information

Email:
scholarship@puschnguyen.com

Eligibility

Gender:
NA
Eligibility:
To qualify for the Pusch & Nguyen Scholarship, you must be a starting or continuing U.S. college student
Special Criteria:
The 2019 Scholarship Topic- Reducing Distractions While Driving For Teenagers
In recent years, teenage drivers have been the focal point of debate regarding stricter drivers licensing requirements and raising the legal age to drive. What other preventative measures can states take to help minimize motor vehicle collisions involving younger drivers?
Disclaimer
Award is sent directly to the financial aid office at student’s school of choice.