Jackman Law Firm takes great pride in serving in-need parties after personal injury accidents. Now, the firm wants to celebrate students who are already making an effort to positively contribute to their communities.
The firm hopes its $1,000 “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship will help talented students continue benefiting their communities.
Students applying for this scholarship must submit a 30 to 60-second video describing a life-changing volunteer experience to qualify for Jackman Law Firm’s financial support. The firm looks forward to awarding that support to a young person already making strides toward compassionate community service.
Parties that want to apply for the “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” scholarship should double-check and make sure they meet the scholarship’s eligibility requirements. These requirements include the following:
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Proof of enrollment in an accredited college, university, and/or United States graduate school
- Agreement with the scholarship’s terms and conditions
Any student who wants to be considered for the “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship must submit their application materials by the posted deadline. Failure to do so may see the student barred from receiving the scholarship.
Once students complete their applications, they should:
- Upload a copy of their unofficial transcript
- Add the URL link to their video
- Submit proof of enrollment/acceptance to an accredited college/university/graduate school (Student ID, letter of acceptance, etc.)
Scholarship Video Topic
Jackman Law wants to support students who’ve made an effort to help people within their communities. With that in mind, Jackman Law requests that students applying for the “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship submit a video describing a life-changing volunteer experience.
Students should highlight three lessons they learned while volunteering. Jackman Law Firm also requests that students highlight how their volunteer work made an active difference within a volunteer organization and/or the lives of a target audience.
The firm invites students to go beyond these required topics but requests that students limit the length of their videos to 60 seconds. Students should upload their videos as unlisted YouTube videos before sharing a link to their uploads with Jackman Law’s scholarship selection committee.
Students have until April 15, 2024, to apply for the “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship. Jackman Law Firm will not consider scholarship applications submitted after this deadline.
Immediately after the scholarship closes, Jackman Law Firm will elect a scholarship selection committee. That committee reserves up to three months to review students’ applications. The scholarship selection committee and Jackman Law Firm both request that students and their parents refrain from contacting the firm during this time.
Terms and Conditions
All applicants to this scholarship must meet the eligibility requirements as laid out on the scholarship application page, including:
- Applicant must be enrolled at a college, university, or graduate school
- Applicant must be at least 18 years old at the age of enrollment
- Applicant must have residency in the United States
- Applicant must be in good academic standing
- Applicant must submit some personal information, including name, contact information, and proof of enrollment.
- Applicant must author an original essay on the scholarship video topic provided.
Anyone who meets the following conditions is NOT eligible to apply:
- Employees or children of employees of Jackman Law Firm
- Past recipients of the “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship
- Applicants who are unable/unwilling to be interviewed by a representative of Jackman Law Firm if they were to be awarded a scholarship.
- Applicants who submit the same video more than once or for multiple scholarships.
Selection & Award Notification Process
Jackman Law Firm cannot consider applications submitted after this scholarship’s deadline or applications submitted without all of their essential materials. After the scholarship application acceptance period closes, the firm’s scholarship selection committee will read through the applications to select a winner.
Age, race, religion, gender, national origin, familial status, or other protected classes will have no influence on the committee’s decision.
The firm cannot answer questions or other forms of communication asking for information about the scholarship at this time.
The scholarship selection committee will only communicate with the scholarship winner after choosing the scholarship recipient. The firm will then announce the winner via blog post and press release. The winner can expect Jackman Law Firm to mail their scholarship winners directly to the winner’s college or university.
Your personal information will not be given, sold, or distributed to third parties.
We reserve the right to use the winners’ names and photos in any announcement or communication related to the scholarship, on Jackman Law Firm’s website, in marketing materials, or in social media posts.
By submitting your application, you agree to our public use of your name and image.
Jackman Law Firm intends to debut its “Community Outreach: How Students Can Make a Change” Scholarship ahead of the 2024/2025 academic year. The firm looks forward to sharing the achievements of future winners here.