The Fitch Law Firm LLC LLC is offering a $2,500 scholarship to undergraduate college students in a contest where the students are encouraged to create a video of up to 90 seconds in length that will encourage teen drivers to avoid drinking and driving. The deadline for submitting a video for the scholarship contest is December 15.
About the Fitch Law Firm LLC Anti-Drunk Driving PSA Scholarship
At the Fitch Law Firm LLC, our team wants to help members of the public understand the dangers of drunk driving.
John Fitch is a personal injury lawyer with over 30 years of experience. In defending the rights of those who have suffered significant injuries in accidents with drunk drivers, he, unfortunately, has seen the devastating results of these crashes far too many times. Our team knows how a drunk driving accident can instantly reduce the quality of life for the victims.
Through this scholarship contest, we want to give college students the ability to use creativity to put together a PSA campaign that educates teen drivers on the dangers of drinking and driving. We hope to use these PSAs to further our goal of reducing drunk driving occurrences through increased public education.
Eligibility for the Scholarship
Students applying for this scholarship must follow a few rules, including:
- Available to current college students who are at least 18 years old
- The student must be in good academic standing at school
- Available to legal U.S. residents
- Submit a recorded video of up to 90 seconds in length
Anti-Drunk Driving PSA Scholarship Video Topic
Students applying for this scholarship should create a video 90 seconds or less in length. This video should serve as a public service announcement, delivering information to teen drivers about why driving after drinking alcohol is so dangerous. We encourage applicants to use creativity in making the video, and the tone and style are flexible and up to the imagination.
How to Apply for the Anti-Drunk Driving PSA Scholarship
Students should use the application form on this page to upload their videos and submit them for the contest. The student should send information, including:
- Contact information
- Proof of age through a driver’s license or birth certificate
- Proof of legal U.S. residency through a driver’s license, birth certificate, or passport
- Proof of enrollment in a U.S. university or college
We will not share your personal information with anyone. However, it is possible that we will publish your name and school with your video on the Fitch Law Firm LLC web site.
The annual deadline to apply for the scholarship is December 15.