Our law firm is located in Savannah, Georgia and offers legal assistance to victims of personal injury. As a service organization committed to helping clients and fighting for justice, we have a responsibility to give back to our community. The Eichholz Law Firm Scholarship for Higher Education is one of the many ways that we intend to uphold this responsibility. We are extremely proud to offer a qualified student in our community with commendable academic and extracurricular activity this scholarship.
The Eichholz Law Firm Scholarship
Every year, our law firm will award one high school senior a scholarship of $1,500 towards tuition costs at any accredited community college or university in the state of Georgia. This scholarship is only available to high school students in the following Georgia counties: Chatham, Effingham, Bryan, Liberty.
Qualified candidates must be an in-state senior high school student that exemplifies the following five traits that make up a successful student:
To be eligible, candidates must also adhere to these requirements:
What do you consider to be your most important extracurricular or community activities? What made you join these activities? What made you continue to contribute to them?
Essay must be at least 500-words on the provided topic.
Applicant must complete the application in its entirety before the scholarship deadline (to start in fall of the same year).
Please fill up the form given below to submit your essay.
Deadline: May 1, 2020
Submit Your Application
Terms & Conditions
The Eichholz Law Firm’s selection committee will select the winner of the scholarship. The committee’s decision is final.
Information provided by the applicant will only be utilized to make a determination regarding the scholarship. Any and all information will be deleted immediately after the selection period ends. None of the information provided will be sold to any third parties. Information including a photo and bio of the winner may be used for public relations purposes.
The scholarship selection committee is committed to the principle of equal opportunity and is in no way influenced by race, gender, sexual preference, a nation of origin or any other criteria.