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The Terry Bryant Scholarship is an opportunity for high school seniors to better their communities while vying for a $2,500 scholarship. The scholarship is open to all U.S. high school seniors planning on seeking a degree at an accredited four year university.
Entrants interested in the Terry Bryant Scholarship must produce a video, written essay, or PowerPoint presentation discussing one of the following: The dangers of underage drinking, drunk driving, or distracted driving. Entrants are encouraged to present analysis and possible solutions for reducing teenage injuries and fatalities associated with one of those three topics. In addition to their presentation, entrants must send the law firm their high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores and letters of recommendation. A committee of judges will evaluate each entrant based on the quality of their presentation, their academic achievement and potential, their community and school involvement, and any volunteer work they have performed.
Entrants must send all of their entry materials, including the presentation, application, letters of recommendation, test scores and transcripts to the law firm by April 29, 2017 in a single package. The winning entrant will receive a $2,500 scholarship disbursed in a single installment to help pay for the student’s first year of college.
Teenage drivers have the highest rate of vehicle accidents in the nation. By highlighting the effects of dangerous driving to their community, we hope students around the nation will join us in working to prevent teenage driving injuries and fatalities.
“This scholarship represents more than just an investment in a promising student’s education. It represents a commitment to our youth and to protecting our teenagers from dangerous driving,” Bryant said.
Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law is located in Houston, Texas and has decades of experience working with wrongful death, medical malpractice, auto accident, workers compensation, maritime injury and personal injury cases.