Sacramento Driving as a Family Scholarship (2023)
Closed. Deadline has passed for this scholarship opportunity.
At AutoAccident.com, we are a family. We work together to support and encourage our clients as they navigate their car accident injury claims for the first time. So, we know just how important families are for the critical moments in life.
Similarly, for Sacramento teens, learning to drive is one of the biggest life moments. You open the driver door, sit down in front of the wheel, and it suddenly feels like you have never sat in a car before in your entire life. Fortunately, many of us have had supportive family members to help teach and encourage us as we navigate Sacramento's roads for the first time.
With this in mind, we would like to offer a scholarship to a student whose family has helped them become a safer driver.
Please write an engaging essay about how your family has helped you to become a better driver on Sacramento's streets. Your family does not need to be parents but can be anyone you consider to be your "family," people near and dear to your heart who help support you at life's every turn.
- Explain what this family member did to help you become a better driver. Be specific.
- The essay should be roughly 500 words.
- Essays will be judged based on writing semantics (grammar, spelling, etc.), originality, and inspiration.
Award: One student will be awarded $1,000; (nonrenewable) to be paid directly to their college or university admissions office.
Deadline: The scholarship application deadline is May 14, 2023. We will contact the awarded student in June 2023.Eligibility:
All applicants should:
- Be high school and college students
- Currently have a 3.0 GPA or higher
- Name (First & last)
- Email address
- Phone number
- Birth date
- Current High School
- College you plan on attending
- Degree you are seeking
- Current GPA (cumulative)
- How did you hear about the AutoAccident.com scholarship?
We'll post our favorites here on this website, along with your picture.
See some previously awarded student's essays below: