Scholarship: New Albany High School Senior Scholarship Contest
The Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr. proudly sponsors a $2,000 scholarship contest for seniors of New Albany High School, in Southern Indiana. Stan graduated from NAHS in 1973. He’s maintained close ties with his community. He welcomes this opportunity to help others pursue a college education.
After graduation, Stan attended Indiana University. He then went to law school at the University of Louisville’s Brandies School of Law. He practices family law, criminal defense and personal injury law out of his office, located on Spring Street in New Albany.
The 2015-2016 Scholarship Contest has 2 components:
- Current NAHS seniors are eligible to submit an essay of no longer than 500 words. The topic of the essay is, “Where Do I See Myself in 10 Years?” Only one entry from each student will be accepted. The deadline is 2/15/16. Essays shall be typed and double-spaced. All entries must be either postmarked by this date or hand-delivered to the law firm, by 5:00pm on 2/15/16.
- The second component is a face-to-face interview. Stan will select the top 5 entries and those students will have to opportunity to interview at his office. One of these students will be selected as the winner of this year’s scholarship. The interviews will take place in March of 2016.
The winner of the 2015-2016 contest will be presented with a check for $2,000. The presentation will be made during Awards Day at New Albany High School. The funds are to be used to help offset the cost of attending a college, university or trade school. The scholarship funds may be used toward tuition, fees and other expenses related to the student’s education.
This is a one-time award and is not eligible to be renewed or extended by the winner. Children and grandchildren of the staff working at The Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr. are ineligible.
Stan Robison will select the winner. All decisions are final. The contest may be repeated (and possibly altered) in future years, solely at Stan Robison’s discretion.
The winner and his/her parent or guardian must agree to allow any footage of the award presentation to be used by The Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr. for purposes of posting to the firm’s website, blog, social media and any other potential uses by the firm.