$500 Scholarship for a College Student or High School Senior
Overview of Distracted Driving Scholarship Requirements
We understand how challenging it can be to finance a college education, especially while juggling classes, work, extra-curricular activities, and more. To help students get some relief and focus on their education, Crosley Law Firm is proud to offer a $500 scholarship twice a year to a currently enrolled college student or high school senior.
The focus of the scholarship is distracted driving. Every single day, distracted driving kills 8 and injures 1,161 people nationwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These staggering and eye-opening statistics are why we advocate for safe driving habits and why we are offering this scholarship.
Below are the basic scholarship requirements:
- Eligibility Requirement: Applicants must have a 3.0 or higher GPA to apply
- Required Application Materials: In order to apply, scholarship applicants must submit the following materials at the time of submission:
- Confirmation of enrollment at a community college or 4-year institution
- An essay that is between 750 and 2,000 words in length and discusses how distracted driving has impacted your life
- Application Deadline: The scholarship is offered twice per year, and applications are accepted year-round. The two deadlines each year are:
- December 31 at 11:59 p.m.
- June 30 at 11:59 p.m.
Please note, the winner will be contacted via email and required to provide a current academic transcript to officially receive the scholarship. Also, the final payment will be sent to the financial aid office of the awardee’s institution.
How to Apply for Crosley Law Firm’s Distracted Driving Scholarship
- Fill out the short form below.
- Check your inbox for an email with specific details about the application process. (Note that the email may end up in your spam or junk folder, so be sure to check there if you don’t see it in your inbox.)
- Follow the submission instructions included in the email.
Start the Application Process Today: