Service to Humanity Scholarship
Scholarship Sponsored by Disparti Law Group, P.A.
Here at the Disparti Law Group, we are strongly committed to our community and support many different initiatives. Whether supporting local little league sports teams, art museums, or civic goals, we care deeply about the people we serve. One of the primary ways we can encourage our community to grow and prosper is by developing academic potential and excellence by empowering our students to reach for the stars. This has inspired us to create the Disparti Law Group's Service to Humanity Scholarship. We will award $1,000 to a student who has exhibited an exceptional service to humanity and who best describes their commitment to service.
A) To qualify for the Disparti Law Group's Service to Humanity Scholarship, an applicant must currently be enrolled in a course of study at any accredited community or junior college, or an undergraduate or graduate degree program anywhere in the United States. High school graduates or GED holders who are about to start college-level studies are also eligible.
B) Candidates must be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
C) Eligible candidates must also be able to demonstrate their strong commitment to helping others and be able to describe personal examples of time they have dedicated to helping others in the past.
To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates should provide the following:
A) Contact information, an updated resume, and status as a student in the U.S.
B) A 750-word original essay which provides a thoughtful description of the candidate's experiences discussing how they dedicate their time to helping others and the lessons they have learned from their experiences doing so. At what point in their life did they decide that helping others was important to them? (NOTE: it is preferred that all essays be typed in 12-font Times New Roman font.)
C) A current transcript from the applicant's current institution of study. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. (NOTE: first-year students are permitted to submit unofficial transcripts from their most recent institution attended along with unofficial documentation from their current school.)