WSAJ Past Presidents' Scholarship

The Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) created the WSAJ Past Presidents' Scholarship Fund in 1991. Winners must have: -Demonstrated academic achievement and planned advancement toward a degree in an institution of higher learning-A documented need for financial assistance-A history of achievement despite having been a victim of injury or overcoming a disability, handicap, or similar challenge-A record of commitment to helping people in need or protecting the rights of injured persons-A plan or commitment to apply your education toward helping people-Resident of Washington-High school seniors onlyApplication process:1. Send a letter (written by the student/applicant) to the scholarship committee describing the qualifications of the applicant and explaining the reasons why she/he feels they deserve the scholarship.2. Include: -All high school and community college academic transcripts -The name, address, and telephone number of two (2) references, at least one of whom must be outside of the school environment -A brief written financial statement indicating what resources are available to the student and why this scholarship is necessary to fund the student's college education (copies of FAFSA are acceptable) -Name, address, telephone number, and email of the applicant -Any other documentation the applicant wishes to attach in support of their qualifications and -A completed "application checklist" formFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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