High school seniors and current college students are invited to apply for the Kubosh Distracted Driving Scholarship. Apply for your chance to receive a $1,500 scholarship towards your higher education.
Recipients will be chosen based on an essay and other application materials.
Kubosh Law Distracted Driving Scholarship 2022
Award: $1,500 — one scholarship to be awarded
Who can apply: Rising high school seniors and students currently pursuing college education
Application period: Apply between August 15, 2022 and October 15, 2022
How to Apply
To apply, submit the following information:
- Your full name
- Your essay. See topics below.
- College you attend or will attend and your program of study. If you are still in high school, include the name of your high school, too
- A current academic transcript
- Contact information including your name, phone number, email and mailing address
- A photograph of you (It doesn’t have to be professional. We’ll use it if you win)
- If you’re under 18, a signed note from your parent or guardian giving you permission to enter
- Supplemental materials you’d like the scholarship committee to consider, like test scores, community involvement or recommendation letters
Submit your application to Atty93@msn.com by the application deadline.
Your essay should answer one or more of the following questions:
- How has distracted driving impacted you?
- What have you done to reduce or end distracted driving?
- How can our community break the habit of distracted driving?
You may submit a photo or video essay. It may be any length. The essay must be your own writing.
About the Distracted Driving Scholarship
You must be a U.S. citizen or a lawful resident of the United States to apply. Students of all majors and academic programs are eligible. Funds must be used towards tuition and/or fees at the college stated in your application.
The recipient must cooperate to finalize transfer of the funds. They will be notified by phone, mail or email at the contact information provided. If they don’t reply within three days, an alternative recipient may be awarded. If you win, you agree to allow your name, image and application materials to be used online, in media and promotional materials.
Decisions of the scholarship committee are final. One application per person. If you don’t comply with the terms and conditions of the award, you forfeit it. The committee may ask you to verify the information provided in your application as a condition of receiving the award.
Kubosh Law Firm Scholarship
The purpose of the Kubosh Distracted Driving Scholarship is to further the education of someone who is doing their part to stand up to distracted driving. It also raises awareness about the problem of distracted driving.
Kubosh Law wants to put an end to distracted driving. As criminal and traffic ticket lawyers, they aggressively represent the interests of their clients and fight for justice. The Paul Kubosh law firm is proud to advocate for the community. Creating the Kubosh Law Distracted Driving Scholarship is another way that they can help the community and raise awareness for important community issues.