College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

The Seth Okin Good Deeds Scholarship

Sponsor:   |  Application Deadline: January 31, 2018

Scholarship URL: https://criminallawyermaryland.net/2017-seth-okin-good-deeds-scholarship/


Scholarship Description

Mr. Okin is proud to contribute to the national discussion on community service and helping to enable those in pursuit of educational goals with the ultimate purpose of creating a meaningful life of service to others.


Eligibility Requirements

The Seth Okin Good Deeds Scholarship can be offered to any student pursuing a post-secondary education (community college, undergraduate or graduate degree programs, law school, or business school). Applicants must be both interested and engaged in serving their community. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or greater (indicating good academic standing) to apply.

 


Application Information

Applicants must submit a resume that reflects their interest in service and activism by presenting relevant professional, academic, and volunteer experience. Applicants must submit a 500-word essay that responds to the following question: “With so many people and organizations in today’s world in need of volunteers and financial assistance, how should people decide where to direct their time and donations?” Applicants must submit the most recent available academic transcript. If no official transcript is available from the applicant’s current institution, an up-to-date unofficial transcript shall be submitted IN ADDITION TO the most recent official transcript available.

 

HOW TO APPLY: Scholarship candidates must submit a complete application by no later than March 1, 2016.  The materials should be submitted all together by U.S. mail or fax.  Candidates may address fax or mail submissions to:

Seth Okin Good Deeds Scholarship

108 West Timonium Rd Suite #333

Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093

Fax: 443-740-9295

DEADLINE: 03/01/2016


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