At Scott Vicknair LLC, we always “Fight for the Win.” This is a core value of our law firm, as we fight until the end with every resource we have to win for our clients. We believe this mentality motivates our team to constantly pay attention to the finer details of every case, hire the best, and focus on systems and processes that enable us to be in the strongest position to win for our clients.
Fighting for the Win is not always easy. Challenges and adversity can often present seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Maintaining our determination when the odds are heavily against us is particularly tough. However, these difficult moments also offer opportunities for personal growth and learning from mistakes and can shape our character in profound ways. In 750-1000 words, we ask students to share with us a story where, against adversity, you fought for the win. What do you fight for? What did you learn from pushing against the odds? The winner of this scholarship will receive an award of $1000.
- This scholarship opportunity is available to:
- Current high school seniors
- Vocational students
- College students
- Graduate students
- Candidates should be enrolled in either a vocational program or a two to a four-year post-secondary institution for the Fall 2024 school semester.
- Applicants must be legal residents of the United States, residing in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia.
- Scholarship candidates should maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher. Academic excellence is highly valued.
- Employees of Scott Vicknair LLC, along with their immediate family members (parents, children, siblings, and spouses), are not eligible to participate in this competition. Additionally, individuals living in the same household as Scott Vicknair LLC employees are also ineligible, whether related or not.
- The candidate must submit a 750-1000 word essay response to the prompt: Share with us a story where, against adversity, you fought for the win. What do you fight for? What did you learn from pushing against the odds?
- Applicants must provide a comprehensive professional resume detailing their academic and professional experiences.
- Candidates must submit a transcript from their current educational institution. For first-year college students, graduate students, or recent school transfers, an unofficial transcript from their current institution is acceptable, alongside the most recent official transcript from their prior school. High school students must include proof of acceptance to their chosen college or university.
Please note that all essays will be reviewed to check for plagarism and AI. Applicants with fully AI generated essays will not be considered.
The 2024 For the Win Scholarship recipient will be chosen during the month following the scholarship deadline and receive an award of $1000. Please use the form below to apply!