The 2021 Call Sam Scholarship
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A college or vocational school education is a priceless possession. Those with college degrees or technical certifications are more likely to find good paying jobs that lead to fulfilling careers in fields they enjoy. However, this “priceless” commodity comes at a high cost. Many students cannot afford to pay tuition and other expenses without borrowing thousands of dollars, resulting in student loan debt that can take years to repay.
At The Sam Bernstein Law Firm, we appreciate the value of higher education and understand how difficult it is for many people to achieve this worthwhile goal. Since our inception, we have remained committed to helping to improve the lives of our clients as well as the people who live in the communities we serve.
That’s why we’re launching Call Sam Scholars. Our scholarship program will help current and prospective students across Michigan achieve their educational goals. "In honor of our 50th anniversary, we will be giving away $50,000 in scholarships,” says Mark Bernstein of The Sam Bernstein Law Firm. "We are proud to offer this exciting opportunity in helping us achieve our goal of making higher education more accessible to Michigan students."
These scholarships are designed to expand access to Michigan’s colleges, universities and technical/vocational schools for students who need extra support. We strongly believe this investment will provide immeasurable returns as these graduates begin their careers and become valuable contributors to their communities.
Ten scholarships of $5,000 each will be awarded to current or prospective students who meet eligibility requirements.
The program is open to Michigan residents in their senior year of high school or students currently attending any accredited Michigan college, university, or vocational/technical school. Each applicant must submit a 500-word essay according to the instructions detailed below.
Write a 500 word (or more) essay describing the impact your community has made in your life and your goals for a higher education. Include one or more of the following topics using examples and experiences from your own life.
- What does the concept of community mean to you and why is it important?
- What motivated you to pursue a higher education?
The final deadline for all entry submissions will be on October 31, 2021.
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