The personal injury attorneys at Warren & Kallianos have seen the devastating outcomes of driver distraction far too many times. We want to raise awareness about this dangerous habit in an effort to end car crashes caused by inattention. We are proud to launch our annual scholarship program to assist young people in furthering their educations.

Eligibility to Enter the Scholarship Competition
We invite students from across the United States to enter the competition by submitting an essay. The contest is open to students who meet the following criteria:

High school juniors and seniors;
Students currently enrolled in 2-year or 4-year colleges or universities;
Applicants who are 17 years old or younger need to provide parental consent to enter. 
International students, those who are not U.S. citizens, and residents of U.S. territories are not eligible. 
Employees of Warren & Kallianos and their immediate family members are also not eligible.

fIRST prize:      $1,500 Scholarship
second prize: $1,000 Scholarship
third prize:     $500 ScholarshiP

Application and Essay Requirements
Essays must address one of the above topics and contain at least 500 words, but no more than 1,000. Your essay must be your own original work. Plagiarism is a serious violation and will result in automatic disqualification.

Entries must be sent by email to: WarrenKallianosScholarship@gmail.com
Your submission must include:

Your essay as a Word document (in .doc or .docx format
            A digital photo of yourself (in .jpg or .png format)
      A copy of your school transcript or proof of enrollment
      A cover sheet with:
          Your name, address, and contact phone number
          A short bio (just two or three sentences) describing yourself
                    The name and address of your school
          A signature of a parent or guardian (if you are younger than 18)

Deadlines for Entering the Scholarship Competition
The deadline for submitting an essay to apply for a Driving Safety Scholarship is January 15, 2017.

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