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Free Speech Scholarship in Tennessee

$500

May 01, 2019

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • At the Law Offices of Phillip H. Miller in Nashville Tennessee, we believe that education and free speech are important aspects of our democracy and make America great. The Law Offices of Phillip H. Miller in Nashville Tennessee will award 5 winning applicants a scholarship. The scholarship can be used for any school related expenses, such as tuition and books.

    Four of the scholarships will be for a written essay. To apply, write an essay, up to 500 words on “Freedom of Speech makes America Great”. A fifth scholarship will be available for a pictorial (not video) essay that includes no more than 12 pictures that communicate your interpretation of the topic “Freedom of Speech makes America Great”. Any pictures used must be original material and free of copyright. You cannot use copyrighted material from the Internet for your essay.

    Applicants must be enrolled as a junior or senior in a private or public high school in one of the following Tennessee counties:
    -Davidson
    -Williamson
    -Rutherford
    -Wilson
    -Sumner
    -Robertson
    -Cheatham

    For more information and to apply, visit the Miller Law Offices website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 631 WOODLAND STREET
  • NASHVILLE, TN 37206
  • contest@seriousinjury.com
  • tel: 615-356-2000
  • fax: 615-242-1739

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