A commitment to education and supporting the community is a core value at My Vaccine Lawyer. In addition to our pro bono and philanthropic efforts, our firm values education and understands that obtaining an education is the pathway to success for many students.
As attorneys, we all have earned both undergraduate degrees as well as successfully completed a rigorous three-year Juris Doctorate before being eligible to sit for the Bar Exam. Through these experiences, we have come to understand the financial burdens associated with obtaining an education beyond high school, which is why we are pleased to announce that we will be awarding an annual $1,500 college scholarship to the winner of our essay contest. By creating this award, we hope to help the next generation of students realize their educational and professional goals. In order to be considered for our $1,500 college scholarship, applicants must submit a 500-word essay answering the question below.
The My Vaccine Lawyer higher education scholarship is open to individuals who are currently attending or are planning to attend an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada for undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate studies.
Deadline for application: December 14th (recurring annually)
Applicants must submit a 500-word essay answering the question posed at the bottom of this page. Applicants must also provide the following information:
Applications should be uploaded to the website through the form below or emailed to email@example.com.
By submitting the application and essay response, applicants grant My Vaccine Lawyer permission to publish the winning essay on its website and social media profiles, including Facebook. The winner will be identified by first name only.
The United States spends more than any other nation on healthcare by an exceedingly significant amount. Do we have a moral obligation to provide healthcare to everyone as needed or is healthcare a commodity that should be subject to the same marketplace influences as other commodities?