Washington D.C. – Contract.org announced two scholarships of $1,000 each, to be awarded to the winners of its bi-annual college essay scholarship. This contest is open to students in high school who are planning to attend college. Essays for this contest must be received by Friday, July 1, 2016.
To apply, students must obtain the scholarship information through the local office or through the online websites. Students may visit http://www.contract.org/scholarship/ in order to learn more about the requirements and submit their essay. In addition to email, students may be able to submit their essays by mail to the following address: Contract.org 1100 F St NW #475, Washington, DC 20004
Past winners include:
Mike Macowlksi – $1,000
Yolanda Sylvia – $1,000
Bryan Tanner – $1,000
Chris Conti – $1,000
Minimum word count for essays should be at least 500 words.
Students don’t have to have career in law in order to be eligible for scholarships. The company encourages background from all forms of studies.
Topic should address the nature of contracts and how digital contracts will help transform how we create agreements. Those with the most creative argument will have the opportunity to win the scholarship.