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Your Most Influential Teacher in the Scholarship Project

Fetterman ScholarshipAt Fetterman & Associates, we are privileged not only to serve as West Palm Beach personal injury attorneys, but also as being recognized for our commitment to helping young people in the community succeed.

Academic excellence should be rewarded. But what about the educators who work so hard to make sure students have the education and preparation they need to pursue their goals? The Third Annual Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project rewards students while recognizing the tremendous dedication of the teachers whose passion for teaching serves as an inspiration to all of us.

It’s scholarship time! Learn more here.

About the Scholarship Project

Teachers are the important foundation of our educational system. Without these dedicated educators, our students could never achieve their goals. At Fetterman & Associates, we set out to recognize these amazing educators by acknowledging their contributions.

At the same time, we aim to assist high school seniors with the high cost of a college education. With the annual average yearly price tag of college tuition coming in at $24,061 for in-state public universities, paying for higher education is more expensive than ever before.

Check out this site here for more information on the cost of college.

So we asked ourselves: How can we do our part to make college more affordable for well-deserving kids? Just as important, how can we make sure teachers get the recognition they deserve?

The Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project awards $1,000 scholarships to five high school seniors who will attend college in the fall of 2016. To enter, each applicant is required to write an essay about his or her most influential teacher. We began accepting applications on September 22, 2015. We have received many applications, but there is still time to enter.

The scholarship competition is open until midnight on March 15, 2016.

The Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project or its designees will choose winners based on the quality of their essays. Each winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship. Also, each teacher discussed in the winners’ essays will get a tablet.

March 15 Deadline: Don’t Wait – Enter Now!

High school seniors who wish to enter the Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project must turn in both their application and their essay by midnight on March 15, 2016.

Participating students must be enrolled in grade 12 at a high school within one of the following counties:

  • Palm Beach
  • Martin
  • St. Lucie
  • Okeechobee
  • Indian River

Scholarship competition participants must also be able to prove they have applied for admission to a minimum of one college or university and that they will begin attending a college or university by fall 2016.

Essay Requirements – “My Most Influential Teacher”

Student essays must be original work on the topic: “My Most Influential Teacher”. Essays should detail how a teacher influenced the applicant’s life, academics, or goals. Essays must satisfy the following word counts: No fewer than 500 words, but no greater than 1,000 words.

Formatting requirements:

  • 12-point font or less
  • 1.5-inch margins
  • Double-spaced

Enter Today – the Deadline Is Approaching!

Are you a high school senior who needs help paying for college? Would you like to share how a special teacher helped you overcome challenges? Is there a teacher in your life who made it possible for you to accomplish a dream or a goal?

Students can enter the Third Annual Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project today. There is still time to download an application here. Applicants can also email scholarship@lawteam.com for more information.

The Fetterman & Associates Scholarship Project will announce winners on March 29, 2016. The scholarship is sponsored by Fetterman & Associates, the legal team of personal injury lawyers serving West Palm Beach and Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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