Power of Resilience Scholarship-Have you encountered and overcome a serious life challenge? If so, this scholarship may be for you.

Power of Resilience Scholarship
The insurance bad faith and personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott Glovsky serve California and are committed to helping their community, especially in times of need. The wildfires that have threatened Los Angeles, Ventura, San Diego and Northern California counties are terrifying and have caused ongoing and irreparable personal and property damage to California residents. The need for resilience, or the ability to bounce back from an internal crisis or external threat, is invaluable in these situations, and necessary to be a productive, successful member of society.
Scott has devoted his career to advocating for the rights of insurance policyholders and fighting for them to receive what they deserve- justice in the face of terrifying situations. Since beginning his career defending insurance companies, Scott now understands the strategies that may be used to completely deny, underpay, or delay policyholders’ claims. Further, Scott knows how to stay one step ahead of the insurance companies and will fight for your rights, helping you to feel secure and alleviate the worry, fear, and pain typically associated with these situations.
To this end, Scott has established a $1,000 scholarship with the purpose of supporting a student. To apply, students should write an essay discussing a personal crisis and what lessons they learned from that experience both in their own personal life and in the larger community. The essay should discuss how resilience can be used to recover from a destructive situation.
Scholarship Eligibility
To be eligible for The Power of Resilience Scholarship, applicants should be in either high school or college (undergraduate or graduate program) and must show good academic standing with a GPA of at least 3.0. The scholarship recipient will have made clear their interest in the power of personal resilience when in crisis.

To apply for this scholarship, please submit:

Tell us which high school or college you currently attend,
An unofficial academic transcript,
A 1,000-word essay discussing when you were faced with a serious life challenge and how you overcame that challenge. In your essay, you should explain what you have learned, and especially what others can learn from your experience.

see our web page: https://scottglovsky.com/power-resilience-scholarship/