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Strive For Excellence Scholarship 2018

Attorney Joel R. Rhine

As attorneys, we at Rhine Law Firm, P.C., understand a thing or two about striving for excellence. To get the results you want, you have to put in the work. And getting a solid education is one of the most important steps you can take toward this goal.

Before we took our first case, we had to spend years learning the intricacies of the law, and even then, we had more still to learn when we set foot inside the courtroom. Education is a lifelong pursuit, and we believe you should never be satisfied in your quest for knowledge. Now, we want you to tell us what education means to you in order to win a $500 scholarship.

If you are a high school senior or current college student from anywhere in the U.S., we invite you to apply for our Strive for Excellence Scholarship 2018. The deadline for application is August 29, 2018, and we will be announcing our winner on September 26, 2018. Best of luck to all our applicants!

To view our previous winner, click here.

Scholarship Details

Amount Awarded:
$500
Deadline:
Aug. 29th, 2018
Winner Announced
Sept. 26th, 2018

"The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled."
- Plutarch

Scholarship Eligibility

Our Scholarship Requirements For Graduating High School Seniors And College Students

Introduction: 100-200 Words

Our law firm would love to learn more about your interest in this scholarship and why you’ve chosen to apply. We are also interested in how you plan to use the scholarship to better yourself through education. Please feel free to include any information about yourself that may help you stand out from other applicants also applying for this scholarship.

Short Essay: 500-1,000 Words

How will attending college help you achieve your future goals? How do you plan on leaving your mark on the world, and in what way will a college education help you achieve your intended goals?

Finalists Must Provide

Questions?