Bader Scott Injury Lawyers encourages college-bound students who suffered injuries while working to apply for our annual Workers’ Compensation Scholarship. The scholarship winner will receive $2,500 to apply to their pursuit of higher education. The deadline to apply is June 21, 2021.
Looking for Students Who Have Suffered Injury on the Job
In our practice, Bader Scott Injury Lawyers has represented more than its share of workers who have become injured on the job. From working with our clients, we know all too well the debilitating effect of pain and the emotional stress of suffering an injury—on top of the anxiety that stems from missing work during recovery.
“For students who have shown the responsibility to maintain a job, only to suffer an injury during their work, we feel it is important to offer a glimmer of hope,” said Seth Bader, owner of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers. “We developed the Workers’ Compensation Scholarship as a vessel of this hope.”
“Our message to these students is that we applaud your sense of responsibility, and we believe in you,” Managing Partner Luis Scott added. “Do not give up on your dreams.”
Bader Scott Injury Lawyers’ scholarship committee looks forward to receiving applications from a diverse group of students.
To qualify as participants, a student must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Possess a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Have experienced an injury from an accident on the job
- Initiate or have completed the workers’ compensation process
- Receive admission to or be currently enrolled in an accredited university or college
- Agree to the Terms and Conditions
- Complete the application form on this page and submit it by the June 21, 2021 deadline
- Compose an essay about the scholarship topic described on this page and submit it with their application form by the June 21, 2021 deadline.
Essay Topic for Workers’ Compensation Scholarship: What Work-Life Balance Means to You
For this scholarship, we require all applicants to submit a 1,000-word essay. The scholarship committee will strongly consider the merits of your essay when evaluating your application for this scholarship.
For the Workers’ Compensation Scholarship, please write your essay on the following topic:
What work-life balance really means to you: Having experienced a dangerous working condition that resulted in your personal injury, please tell us how your outlook on work, life, and risk vs. safety has changed.
Please do not write more than 1,000 words for your essay. Save your completed essay as a PDF and submit it with your application form by the June 21, 2021 application deadline.
Application Submission Instructions
Please fill out the application form on this page and submit it with your essay PDF along with any supporting documentation, including your unofficial school transcript.
The deadline for submitting applications is June 21, 2021.