These terms and conditions serve to govern the eligibility requirements of scholarship applicants for the Sevenish Surviving and Moving On After a Motorcycle Accident Scholarship. Applying to the scholarship is considered tacit agreement to the terms and conditions.
In order to be considered eligible, applicants must submit their application on or before the deadline of June 15, 2022. Applicants must use the form provided on the official scholarship webpage to submit. Additionally, they must include unofficial transcripts as proof of enrollment in a college, university, or graduate school.
Sevenish Law will not consider any applications made via mail, email, fax, or any method other than the online form on the official scholarship webpage.
All applicants to this scholarship must meet the eligibility requirements as laid out on the scholarship application page, including…
- Applicant must be enrolled at a college, university or graduate school
- Applicant must be at least 18 years old at the age of enrollment
- Applicant must have residency in the United States
- Applicant must be in good academic standing
- Applicant must submit some personal information, including name, contact information, proof of enrollment.
- Applicant must author an original essay on the scholarship essay topic provided.
- Applicant must have experience or be related to someone who experienced a motorcycle accident.
Anyone who meets the following conditions is NOT eligible to apply:
- Employees or children of employees of Sevenish Law
- Past recipients of the Sevenish Surviving and Moving On After a Motorcycle Accident Scholarship
- Applicants who are unable/unwilling to be interviewed by a representative of Sevenish Law if he/she were to be awarded a scholarship.
- Applicants who submit the same essay for multiple scholarships
Statement on Privacy
Sevenish Law Firm may obtain personal information for the purposes of identifying and contacting the scholarship winner. This information will not be shared, sold, distributed, or otherwise provided to outside parties, save for the scholarship committee created to choose a winner. Personal information will not be used for any other purpose.
Formation of the Scholarship Committee
Sevenish Law Firm will form a committee to select a winner for the scholarship. This committee will judge applicants based on the quality of their essays and their eligibility according to the terms and conditions listed above. Untrue or plagiarized submissions will be disqualified.
The scholarship committee will not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of any protected class, including gender identity, sexual orientation, sex, race, pregnancy, disability, military or veteran status, ethnicity, or national origin.
Statement on Technology
Neither Sevenish Law Firm nor the scholarship committee is responsible for technical complications that prevent or hinder the submission of an application by the due date, including website or computer malfunction.
Announcing the Scholarship Winner
Applicants’ personal information will not be given, sold, or distributed to third parties.
Sevenish Law Firm reserves the right to use the winners’ names and photos in any announcement or communication related to the Scholarships, on Sevenish Law Firm’s website, in marketing materials, or in social media posts.
The Scholarship award will be mailed directly to the student’s college or university. Instructions for mailing the check will be requested at the time of the award.
Sevenish Law Firm is not required to notify every applicant of their status, and announcement of the winner will serve as notification to all applicants.
By submitting your application, you agree to our public use of your name and image.