Morris Bart, LLC Community Service Scholarship
The Community Service Scholarship from Morris Bart, LLC awards one deserving student who is committed to community service with a $2,500 scholarship towards the college or university of their choice.
The deadline for application submission to this scholarship is June 15, 2020. All applications must meet the eligibility requirements outlined below and submit their application via this website.
About the Morris Bart, LLC Community Service Scholarship
Community service is one of the pillars of building a strong community, which is why we are looking to reward one committed student for their dedication to helping people in their community.
If this sounds like you, we invite you to submit your application on or before June 15th, 2020.
Applicants for this scholarship should have a record of volunteerism, community service, and or fundraising in their local community.
Morris Bart, LLC Community Service Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must meet all the following eligibility requirements:
Hold a 3.0 grade point average (GPA)
Currently enrolled or accepted to attend an accredited college or university for Fall 2020
A history of community service, volunteerism, or fundraising in their community
Write an essay in response to the prompt below
Agree to the Terms and Conditions
Apply via the application on this page
Community Service Essay Topic
To be considered for the $2,500 Community Service Scholarship, all applications must submit an original essay on the following topic:
“What is the meaning of service?”
We want to understand why service is important, how you have helped your local community, and what service means to you. The best essays will be well-crafted and include engaging stories and personal anecdotes. Please limit submissions to 750 words.
We look forward to reading your essay.
To be considered for the Morris Bart, LLC Community Service Scholarship, please submit your application via the form on the right of this page. Be sure to include all required information, including your unofficial transcripts and essay.
The application deadline for this scholarship is June 15th, 2020. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Community Service Scholarship Terms and Conditions
To qualify for the Morris Bart, LLC Community Service Scholarship, applicants must be either enrolled or accepted to attend an accredited college or university. Both undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply.
Applications must be submitted via the Community Service Scholarship page and be completed in full. Applications submitted in part or via any other method of communication, including email and mail, will not be considered by the scholarship committee.
Community Service Scholarship Selection Process
All applications will be considered by an impartial Scholarship Committee assembled by Morris Bart, LLC. The committee will consider all eligible applicants equally based on the content of their applications and without consideration for race, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or other protected categories.
The Scholarship Committee reserves the right to request additional information or documentation from applicants on a case-by-case basis. Failure to provide the requested information may disqualify your application.
Please note, the Scholarship Committee’s decision is final. No appeals will be permitted.
We are committed to protecting your personal and contact information.
Information submitted via the scholarship application form will not be used in whole or in part for any purpose other than determining the applicant’s eligibility for the Community Service Scholarship.
No member of the Scholarship Committee or Morris Bart, LLC will sell, rent, or otherwise distribute your information in any way, except as outlined in the winner announcement section below.
Community Service Scholarship Winner Announcement Requirements
Morris Bart, LLC reserves the right to share the name and essay, in whole or in part, of the winning application on their website, social media channels, or via press release or email.