About the Scholarship
The Earl Warren Scholarship is awarded by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defence and Educational Fund, America’s first legit organization to fight for the minor races.
Earl Warren Scholarship is an essay writing competition, that provides rewards to those individuals with outstanding educational results who are committed to social rights and civil work.
How to Apply?
The documents required by the applicants to be considered for the Earl Warren Scholarship include:
- A completed application can be found online on the official website of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund.
- To self-written essays on the topics mentioned on the website, 500 words each
- The letters of recommendation for the applicant
- The Applicant's SAT/ACT scores
- The applicant's official transcripts
The above-mentioned documents must only be submitted via an email to the provided address, on or before the deadline date.
The Earl Warren Scholarship provides monetary rewards of $10,000 each, every year.
The awards can be renewable for the next 2 years in the case that the individual keeps a promising academic record. The number of rewards varies each year.
The final date to apply and submit the required documents for the Earl Warren Scholarship is May 1.
The individuals applying for the Earl Warren Scholarship must:
- be an international or U.S. current college senior.
- have a demonstrable achievement record of community and school involvement that reveals exceptional leadership potential.
- plan to enroll full-time in a law school.