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Law Day 2020 College Scholarship

$1,000

March 20, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Students in the 12th grade attending public or private school in Brazoria County and/or residing in Brazoria County are invited to take part in the essay contest where at least one scholarship worth at least $1,000 will be awarded. The essay must be written in response to the following prompt: "In 750 words or less, explain the importance of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which guarantees and protects women’s constitutional right to vote. Additionally, how did the passage of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago encourage our free society in the present? What can we do to ensure the work of the suffragists, who got this Amendment adopted 100 years ago, continues?" For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 1687
  • Angleton, TX 77516-1687
  • angelaw@brazoria-county.com
  • 979-864-1225

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