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Gordon & Doner Scholarship For Collegiate Academic Success (Deadline: December 31, 2015)

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Who Can Apply:

  1. Interested students must be enrolled in a university or community college in the state of Florida
  2. Interested students must have a minimum GPA of 3.2
  3. Interested students must submit a letter of recommendation from a member of the local community or a faculty member that is employed at the university or college that the applicant is attending
  4. Interested students must complete and include a 1,000 to 2,000 word essay on a topic that has been selected by the law offices of Gordon & Doner, P.A
  5. All student essays must be in a .PDF format, with the file name as: lastname_firstname_gd.pdf
  6. The firm will select five (5) applicants from the pool of entrants and will then post each of the five essays on the firms’ Facebook page, within seven days after the application deadline
  7. Those five finalists will then be responsible to promote their entries via their own social media networks – using Facebook & Twitter only. Each “like” or “retweet” that is received by each post counts as one “point”, with the winner being determined by having the most number of “points”
  8. The finalists will have 14 days after the Top 5 essays are announced, to start accumulating “points”

Submission: Must complete and include a 1,000 to 2,000 word essay on the following topic: “How do you think social media will have an impact on the future of the legal industry?”

Deadline: December 31, 2015

Amount: $1,500

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