The Anidjar & Levine Community Service Scholarship is available to U.S. students who:
- Are currently enrolled in or have been formally accepted to an accredited U.S. community college or university undergraduate or graduate degree program; and
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
High school students must have earned their high school diploma or GED or be scheduled to earn their high school diploma or GED no later than June 2019, and be scheduled to begin their post-secondary education program not later than the Fall 2019 semester.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old by the time of scholarship award.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident.
Temporary U.S. residents, international students, and employees of the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine are not eligible.
Only one (1) application per person. Applicants who submit more than one application will not be considered.
The winner will be determined by a scholarship award committee. All decisions are final.
Nether the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine nor the award committee are responsible for any technical or connectivity issues that may prevent you from successfully submitting your application or application documents.
Incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
All application materials and information submitted to the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine become the property of the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine. We will not sell, transfer, or assign your personal information to anyone. We reserve the right to publish the winner’s name and likeness on our website, social media accounts, marketing materials, and press releases and, by submitting a scholarship application, you agree to this use of your information.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION STATUS
The winner will be notified in August 2022. Non-winners will not be notified. Because we must process a significant number of applications, we are not able to provide status updates or feedback on any application.
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
The winner will be chosen based on their application alone, with special emphasis on their essay and history of community service. Age, race, religion, gender, national origin, familial status, or other protected classes will have no bearing on the scholarship committee’s decision. All decisions are final.