Who Can Apply:
- It is extremely important to encourage and support diverse voices throughout the American legal and criminal justice systems. This scholarship will help support the fight for balance in justice and racial equality in the American legal and criminal justice systems while giving a voice to systemically marginalized groups. The Monroe Justice and Equality Memorial Scholarship will support high school seniors wishing to pursue higher education and be the moral and ethical difference.
- High school seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to apply. They must be accepted to a college, university, or community college. Preference will be given to students pursuing legal studies or a career in criminal justice. African Americans are encouraged to apply.
Submission: To apply, write an essay about how law enforcement agencies can help improve their relationships with the African American population. Applicants must also provide a letter of recommendation from their school faculty or administration.
Deadline: April 1, 2024