Two new scholarship opportunities for your students

Steinger, Greene & Feiner Law Scholarship for Child Advocates

The law firm of Steinger, Greene & Feiner offers a semi-annual $1,000 scholarship for a child advocate or abuse survivor seeking a law degree.

Open to dedicated students who meet either of the following criteria:

  • You have personally worked to protect children’s rights or stop abuse either as a volunteer, as a counselor, in your professional work or by legal means.
  • You are an abuse survivor who wishes to use your own experiences to help others.

Additionally, all applicants must either be currently enrolled in or accepted to an accredited law school, or a current undergraduate student with the intention to go to law school.

July 31st – Fall Semester

Applicant Essay Topics

Please choose one of the questions provided for your essay. Essays must be between 500 and 1000 words.

  1. How has being a child advocate inspired you to pursue a career in law?
  2. How has your personal childhood experiences affected your outlook on the legal system?
  3. How did you become a child advocate?

Applicant Requirements

  • Applicant must be either a current law student at an accredited law school or at an accredited undergraduate university planning to attend law school for the following academic year.
  • Applicants must have a minimum 2.8 GPA.
  • Applicants must submit an unofficial copy of their transcript.

How to Apply

Complete the application at this link:

TicketHelp Safe Driver Scholarship

In the United States, car accidents kill more teenagers every year than any other cause of death. On average, about 6 teenagers aged 16 to 19 die every day in car accidents. For the most part, these car accidents can be attributed to inexperience: not responding to road hazards quickly enough, taking curves too quickly and being distracted by something outside or inside the vehicle.

Of course, perhaps the most distracting part of driving nowadays is the cell phone. In the 5 seconds it takes to read that text message, drivers can travel over 300 yards at 55 miles per hour, and they are essentially blind while doing so. About 10 percent of all teenage drivers involved in fatal accidents were using their phone — texting, calling or using social media. At any given time, more than 650,000 people are using cell phones while they drive, and young drivers are the most common culprit.

TicketHelp is offering two $1,000 scholarships per year to young people.


Fall Semester: June 5

Spring Semester: December 5


Open to all United States citizens who have had a driver’s license for at least 1 year. In addition, you must:

  • Have been accepted and committed to, or currently enrolled in, an accredited college or university (must present a student ID, if applicable)
  • Have a minimum 2.8 GPA
  • Have no tickets or incidents on your traffic record for the past 3 years

How to Apply

To apply for the TicketHelp Safe Driver Scholarship, please submit your online application, as well as a copy of your transcript and your driving record. Visit your local Department of Driver Services or Department of Motor Vehicles to learn more about how to obtain your driving record.

You must also submit a 500- to 1,000-word essay on ONE of the topics below.

Essay Topics

  1. In what ways do you overcome the urge to use your phone or otherwise become distracted while driving?
  2. How has your life been impacted by distracted driving?
  3. Give us a brief overview of your state’s distracted driving laws, and how you would change them to make the roads safer.

How to Apply

Complete the application at this link: