Mishkind Kulwicki Law
Helping Victims Scholarship
In the world of law, a victim of a personal injury is someone who has suffered from an injury that was caused by another person or entity’s negligence, recklessness or malice. In the United States, a victim of a personal injury may become injured and/or ill, physically and/or psychologically. The dedicated team at the Mishkind Kulwicki Law Co takes pride in being able to help victims of personal injuries and their families to get restitution in the form of monetary compensation from the person or people who wronged them.
We feel fortunate to be able to do the work we do and take pride in being able to shoulder our clients’ legal burdens so that they can put their energy into trying to heal and to get back to the way their lives were before they suffered an unnecessary injury or loss. We also know that there are many disciplines besides law that give help to victims of many different kinds of situations. We are thankful that victims in need have resources such as the ones we provide, as well as ones from other disciplines that assist them with other, much-needed forms of help.
Because of this we have created the Mishkind Kulwicki Law Co’s, 2020/2021 Helping Victims Scholarship for a student from any discipline, who is committed to helping people who are victims because of another’s negligence, or senseless, reckless or malicious actions. We think that the more people who are out in the world doing the work of good to help victims who need it, makes the world a better and more compassionate place, and we want to support the education of a goal-oriented student who has a passion for helping others.
- This scholarship is open to any student who is currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate, or professional program in the United States. This includes accredited community college students as well as high school seniors and students who possess a GED who have been accepted to or are enrolled in an accredited program.
- The scholarship applicant must show their dedication to helping victims in need. This should be explained in their essay by telling the reader what their past achievements and goals have been, as well as their current and future goals.
- All eligible candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above.
Answer the following questions in an essay of 1,000 words or less:
- Describe the situation(s) and/or incident(s) that inspired you to want to help people who have become victims of other peoples’ wrongs?
- How has your desire to help victims in need informed your education and career goals?
- What are some of your specific goals for the kind of help you want to provide to victims after you graduate and start working?
- Updated resume
- Essay, 1,000 word maximum. See essay questions above.
- Current unofficial transcript
Thursday, July 1, 2021
All application materials must be submitted by the above date to email@example.com
Award Announcement: Sunday, August 1, 2021
Scholarship Amount: $1,000
If you have any questions, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org