SEARS & ASSOCIATES, P.C. LAW SCHOOL DIVERSITY STUDENT AND PROBLEM SOLVING SCHOLARSHIP
The only way we are going to take steps forward in this world is with some curiosity and problem solving. And Sears & Associates, P.C. wants to empower minority law students in Colorado Springs, throughout the state of Colorado, and the United States to approach everything with a curious eye and courage to take chances.
We devote our lives to helping people throughout Colorado when they are wrongfully injured in an accident. But we did not get here alone. We had teachers to support us, family members to inspire us, and a community believing in us. Lance Sears has always been particularly inspired by his law professor father’s dedication to education at the University of Colorado School of Law.
And it is time for us to provide that same support and dedication to a minority law student without the means to go to law school on their own. We want to be the community that supports them; that would be the greatest honor. We sincerely want to problem solve and help a student achieve his or her own dreams.
That is why we are providing a scholarship to one student so that he or she has the financial support needed to take this world by storm, one goal at a time.
If you are a minority college student or first-year law student who will be enrolled in a law school in 2017, apply for the Sears & Associates, P.C. Diversity Problem Solving Scholarship of $2,500. A minimum GPA is not required. Read the Instructions and Terms and Conditions for more eligibility information.
So, what do you have to do?
To apply for this scholarship, create a short (2-4 min video) answer the following prompt:
If you had one million dollars, what problem would you try to solve? And how would you do it? Who would you work with? Why would you try to solve that particular problem?
Submitting a video application – Upload your video to YouTube. Fill out the application with a 500 word supporting essay, and include a link to your video on YouTube.
Applications are due June 30, 2017.
Ready to get started? Please read our scholarship Instructions, Terms, and Conditions before proceeding.