Biddle Consulting Group is looking for students in Northern California with a demonstrable history of social and/or economic justice advocacy who intend to continue their education past high school. BCG will select one student to receive an award of $2,500 meant to defray education costs and allow the student to focus more energy and resources on their continued advocacy efforts. Applicants must be high school seniors.
Applicants will need to submit an essay detailing their past advocacy interests and activities, including how they became interested in their particular cause(s); Their future plans/hopes for continued advocacy initiatives; and how the Impact Scholarship would allow them to continue their advocacy. Essays should be in Microsoft Word compatible format, should be no fewer than 500 words, and no more than 2,000. Applicants must also verify enrollment in a post-secondary education program (community or junior college, college, university, or trade program).