At The Advocates Law Firm, we are committed to continued learning throughout life, and we believe that through education we better ourselves and our communities. Understanding the financial burden higher education can bring to students and their families, we are offering our help to you through our Advocates Scholarship. For additional information about what you should include in your essay please our social security disability lawyer page.
- Write 300-500 word essay on the following topic:
What are some of the daily problems bicyclists face on the roads? How aware are we of bicyclists and the laws associated with them? How can you contribute to improving awareness and road safety for bicyclists?
- All prospective or current students enrolled in an accredited university or college, located within the United States may submit an application.
- $1000 is offered biannually
- This scholarship is ongoing, and awards are available biannually
- Fall Term: January 31st
- Spring Term: June 30th
Scholarship Terms and Conditions:
- By submitting your essay, you agree to our terms and conditions.
- Only your email and phone number will be used to contact you concerning the scholarship. We will not provide this information to any 3rd party. Your name and the name of your school may be used if you are selected as a prizewinner, or if you are part of our honorable mentions.
- If you do not fill out all necessary information, you will forfeit your consideration for this scholarship.
- As previously mentioned, if you are selected as the prize winner, we will contact you through email or phone, and the award will be sent to your accredited institution.
- If you are selected as the scholarship winner, we will contact you for a profile photo to be included with your scholarship on our scholarship page.
For further tips and information about what you should write in your submission essay please visit our social security disability page found here: social security disability attorney.
Meet Our Fall 2019 Winner
Columbus, Ohio has more than 110 miles of bike trails1. Even with this vast network of options, cyclists must often share the road with vehicles throughout the city on their way to work or school. My own classmates often ride their bikes to the university and have shared numerous dangerous encounters on the road. When I was young, I myself was almost hit by a vehicle while riding my bike through a cross walk. Some of the chief problems faced by bicyclists are drivers speeding by in close proximity, cars following too close lyor honking, and few roads in the area with designated bike lanes.