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Robert E. Wisniewski was a student while also serving in the United States Air Force. He understands that obtaining your degree can be stressful and requires determination and skill. In order to help students across the country reach their collegiate goals, the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski is offering a $1,000 scholarship to whoever can write the best essay on our selected topic.
2021 Scholarship essay question
To enter our scholarship essay competition, answer the following question in 500 words:
Do you agree that insurance companies should legally be able to obtain surveillance of injured workers as part of a settlement investigation? Why or why not?
- You must be a U.S. resident or resident alien who is currently registered with a valid student ID at a U.S. college or university.
- Essays must be unique (not submitted elsewhere) and written by the scholarship application signator.
- Applicants must read, understand, sign and return to us the (PDF) Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski Scholarship Essay Contest Application & Rules along with your submission.
- Only one submission per student will be considered.
How to apply for our scholarship
Submit your application and essay by email by the deadline noted above.
Scholarship selection process
Our judges will examine all entries received by the deadline above. A winner will be selected up to 6 weeks after the submission deadline. One winner will be awarded the scholarship amount, and notable entries may also be published on the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski website.
Guidelines and tips from the judges
The judges, who read thousands of essays, have provided some key tips that will help you write a high quality essay.
- Answer the question. Submissions that don’t answer the question will be disqualified.
- Plan your essay and think through your point of view. The judges know if you just wing it.
- Reference resources in your essay and include citations.
- Use language that is simple to understand. Think 7th grade reading level.
- Use paragraphs and white space to separate your ideas.
- Come close to the word count requirement. Essays with a count of 50 words below or above the requirement will be disqualified.
- Use a tool like Grammarly to check your work. Free versions are often available.
- Read your essay out loud. If it sounds good to you, it will sound good to the judges.
- Submit your essay as a Word document. Other formats will be disqualified.
Ownership of entries
All scholarship entries submitted to the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski, along with all copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights associated with the submission, become the property of AZHurtOnTheJob.com. By submitting an entry and the signed application form, you acknowledge that the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski will own all rights to publish and promote the content. All entrants also agree that they consent to the use of their name, the school or university they attend, and the use of their likeness (as in a photograph) and prize information.