$3,000 Pursuing a Positive Impact Scholarship Due 10/31
Apply by October 31st to Commonwealth Law Group’s $3,000 Pursuing a Positive Impact Scholarship.
Commonwealth Law Group is once again offering the Pursuing a Positive Impact Scholarship because we believe people who constantly pursue making a positive impact are the same people who will be the agents for effective change in our society. Each day, thousands of individuals do everything they can to benefit their communities, often with little or no recognition for their work. Although most of these individuals don’t work for commendations or praise, Commonwealth Law Group recognizes the sacrifices these people make each day to improve the lives of others. Due to these individuals’ dedication to making a positive impact, often at their own expense, we would like to show our support by offering the Pursuing a Positive Impact Scholarship.
Some examples of people who Commonwealth Law Group will look to recognize and support include individuals who volunteer at schools, run afterschool programs for at-risk youth, those who donate their time to local charities and nonprofits, and many others who live to serve. If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply for this scholarship. By helping to further the educational goals of these valuable members of various communities across the country, our firm aims to encourage these individuals in their pursuit of leaving a positive impact wherever they may be.
• Must be enrolled in a community college, undergraduate college or university, graduate program, business school, or law school in the United States. High School seniors who will be attending college or university next semester are also eligible to apply.
• Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and be in good overall academic standing.
How to Apply:
• Submit a 1,000-word essay response to the prompt: In what ways do you try to activate positive change in your community, and what inspires you to do so?
• Submit a professional resumé that lists past professional, academic, and volunteer experience.
• Submit an official transcript from your current school. First-year college students, graduate students, or individuals who have recently transferred schools may submit an unofficial transcript from their current institution, as well as the most recent official transcript from their prior school.