The Stout Law Firm Family Matters Scholarship
The Stout Law Firm wants to know, “What does family mean to you?”
A family is important to everyone and what makes a family special isn’t always the same for different people. In our ever-changing society our typical “family structure” is constantly evolving. That’s why we’re asking the question, “What Does Family Mean to You?”
The Stout Law Firm, P.L.L.C. is offering high school and college students across the country a chance at a $1000 dollar scholarship. All you have to do is submit a maximum 500-word essay that explains what family means to you and how your family is important to you.
In an effort to place an emphasis on families and their importance to our communities, we’re asking students to submit their essay on “What Does Family Mean to You?” The winning essay will be posted on The Stout Law Firm Blog and receive $1,000.
We are asking students to write an essay of a maximum of 500 words expressing what family means to you and how your family is important to you. Students from all backgrounds are welcome, and what constitutes your family is up to you. If your essay exceeds 500 words, it will not be eligible for the $1000 scholarship.
- Applicants must be either out-going high school seniors (graduating summer 2023) and entering their first year of trade school, college, or university at the start of the fall 2023 semester, or currently enrolled undergraduate students.
- Send your essay, a picture of your ID, and your school information to Amber Cannon at email@example.com.
- Applicants must include the following information on their essay submission:
- First and last name,
- Phone number,
- Email, and
- The name of the school you are currently attending
What is the deadline for submission?
Applications must be received by no later than December 1, 2023.
When will the winner be selected and notified?
A winner will be selected by no later than December 15, 2023.
Send your submission now!
2022 Scholarship Winner
Anh Nguyen is the winner of the 2022 scholarship contest. She is a student at the University of Southern California. Congrats Anh! We wish you the best of luck! Read her essay here.
2021 Scholarship Winner
Alexis Ihezue is the winner of our 2021 scholarship contest. She is a student at Georgia State University and we wish her the best of luck with her educational goals. Congrats Alexis! Read her essay here.
2020 Scholarship Winner
Brittany Simonic is our 2020 scholarship winner. She is a student at Southern New Hampshire University. We are very excited to help Brittany further her undergraduate education!
2019 Scholarship Winner
Diana Rodriguez is our 2019 scholarship winner. She is a full-time student at Arizona State University. We are very excited to help Diana further her undergraduate education!