The Laborde Earles Law Firm LLC is proud to announce the 2020 Cancer Scholarship. The firm invites college students to apply for the 2020 Cancer Scholarship. The law firm awards the scholarship annually to a deserving student.
Our legal team is proud to sponsor the scholarship as a way of supporting young scholars. We believe investing in those pursuing their education is one of the best ways to invest in the future.
The Cancer Scholarship amount is $2,500 and the deadline to apply is December 15, 2021.
The Cancer Scholarship is open to all college applicants planning to study medicine, public health, toxicology, or another related field. Eligibility guidelines include:
- A minimum GPA of 3.0
- Being admitted to or currently attending a college or university
- Submitting an essay according to the application requirements
- Using the form on the page to apply
- Applicant agreeing to terms and conditions
The scholarship award goes to the best submission that meets all required guidelines. The award of $2,500 must be used for college-related expenses such as tuition and books.
Many people use products that may contain cancer-causing ingredients. We should not be exposed to carcinogens every day and as a result at risk for developing cancer.
Applicants are to write a policy brief to their Congressperson or local politician detailing the gaps in the current policy and why increased regulations will be good for public health.
The length for the submission is 1,000 words. Applicants must submit their essays in PDF format along with their application.
How to Apply
Applicants must apply using the application form on the page. The deadline for applications is December 15, 2021.
Those applying for the scholarship are encouraged to carefully review all guidelines and application requirements before submitting their final application.
Laborde Earles Law Firm LLC looks forward to receiving submissions from students in the fields of medicine, public health, or other related fields. It is our hope that this call for scholarship submissions draws the attention of the intended target of policymakers and politicians.
Terms and Conditions
Applicants for the Cancer Scholarship must be accepted to or enrolled in an accredited college or university as an undergraduate or graduate student.
A scholarship committee will review all applications submitted in the correct manner indicated above. The scholarship committee will select one winner. The scholarship committee may request additional information or updated records from applicants.
The scholarship committee is not responsible for problems with the web page, application form, or any other technical problem that prevents timely submission of an application. The committee’s decision regarding a winner is final.
Laborde Earles Law Firm LLC, will not sell, share, or otherwise distribute personal information submitted by any applicant.
Announcement of Scholarship Winner
A representative from Laborde Earles Law Firm LLC will notify the winner of the scholarship via phone or email. The firm reserves the right to publicly post the name and essay, in whole or in part, of the scholarship winner on the Laborde Earles Law Firm LLC website, social media, or via a press release.
Equal Opportunity Statement
The scholarship committee will not discriminate against any applicant based on their race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, or any other protected category.