Max Meyers Law believes in supporting those who look to further their education. College costs continue to rise each year, which can cause stress and financial burden to families in our community. We want students to be able to focus on learning and not have to worry about how they will pay for their schooling. This is why we have rolled out the Max Meyers Law Scholarship program. A $2,500 scholarship will be given to the individual who is selected as the winner of our essay challenge. Here is how you can apply:
Choose one of the following essay topics to write about:
- How has the justice system impacted your life and do you believe any changes are needed to improve the justice system?
- Have you had to overcome any obstacles due to a vehicle related accident? If so, how did you overcome these obstacles?
- Texting while driving is a hot topic in the media. This is particularly relevant with young people in our community. What can we do as a society to reduce or eliminate texting and driving related accidents?
- Your essay must be a minimum of 700 words.
- Your essay should be double-spaced and without spelling or grammatical errors.
- Your essay must be submitted in PDF format.
- Please include a separate cover page in PDF format that includes your full name, address, phone number and email address. We will use this information to contact you if your essay is selected as the winner. Please also include 1-2 sentences about yourself, your education and your plans for the future.
- Email your essay and cover page to [email protected]. The deadline for applications is 11:59PM on June 1st, 2021.
- Applicant essays will be reviewed by our staff and a winner will be selected and contacted no later than June 30th, 2021.
- Please DO NOT call the firm asking where to send your essay.
Applicants for the Max Meyers Law Scholarship must agree to the following terms and conditions for their application to be considered:
- Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident.
- MUST have a minimum 3.0 GPA to apply.
- MUST be currently enrolled at an accredited high school, college, or university in the U.S.
- Must be enrolled as either an undergraduate or in the final year of high school.
- Essay applications MUST be submitted by June 1st, 2021, no exceptions.
Terms and Conditions
- By submitting your essay, you agree to our terms, namely all the rights of ownership to Max Meyers Law PLLC, regardless if you are selected as the scholarship recipient or not. We reserve the right to republish all submitted essays. Max Meyers Law PLLC may wish to publish the winner’s first name and last initial on our website, social media, and in press releases. We will not publish your full name or contact information.
- A scholarship committee will select a winner without regard to their age, race, religion, gender, national origin, or sexual orientation. All decisions are final. We cannot notify every applicant, but the scholarship winner will be notified by phone.
- Your name, address, phone number and email information will be used only 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 the necessary information, you will forfeit your consideration for this scholarship.
- If you are selected as the prizewinner, we will contact you through email or phone, and the award will be sent to your accredited institution. The scholarship must be applied to tuition and other education-related expenses. A $2,500 check will be made payable to the recipient’s educational institution directly. You are expected to submit any receipts to remain in compliance with the IRS.
- If you are selected as the winner of the scholarship, we will contact you for a profile photo to be included with your scholarship on our scholarship page.
- Max Meyers Law PLLC reserves the right to request documentation proving an applicant's eligibility for this scholarship, which may include unofficial transcripts, proof of enrollment, proof of citizenship or residency, and other related information.