Riding motorcycles is a passion of attorney Randall Sevenish, which is why his firm has developed the Surviving and Moving On After a Motorcycle Accident Scholarship. Eligible students should submit an essay on the topic listed below by the deadline of June, 15, 2022. One winner will be selected and awarded the $2,500 scholarship.
Scholarship Essay Requirements
One way to help ensure the safety of all motorcycle riders on roadways across the country is to tell our stories. Sevenish Law Firm wants incoming and current college students to write a 500-1,000 word essay detailing how they or someone they know recovered from a motorcycle wreck.
A winning essay will describe the battles fought and obstacles overcome on the way to recovery, as well as the methods and tools used to fight those difficulties. Students should also include life lessons they have learned from this experience.
Eligibility for the Scholarship
In order to be eligible for the $2,500 Surviving and Moving On After a Motorcycle Accident Scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
- Have at least a 3.0 GPA
- Be admitted to or enrolled in an accredited college, university, or graduate school
- Be a United States citizen (or authorized to work or study legally in the U.S.)
- Agree to the scholarship terms and conditions
- Compose and submit the required essay at or before the deadline
- Apply using the online form on this page
Failure to meet the above criteria will result in an applicant being barred from the scholarship.
How to Submit Your Entry
Sevenish Law Firm only considers those applications submitted through the form on this page. Applicants must include accurate identifying information, a copy of their unofficial transcripts, proof of admission to an accredited college or university, and their 500-1,000 word essay. The deadline for application is June 15, 2022.
After the deadline, all submissions will be reviewed by our scholarship selection committee. Depending on the number of applications we receive, the decision process can take anywhere from 1-3 months.
We regret that, for legal reasons, we are unable to accept calls, emails, or other communication regarding the scholarship, or answer any questions, other than those submitted here. All the necessary details about this scholarship can be found above. We will make sure to contact you in case we need any further information.
Any applications received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration.
2022 is the first year we are offering our Surviving and Moving On After a Motorcycle Accident Scholarship, but future winners (maybe even you!) will be listed here. All winners will be interviewed for an announcement blog post and press release.