The Law Office of Kenneth Berger is offering a yearly $1,000 scholarship to a student who is either preparing for their first year of college or is currently enrolled full time at a college or university.
Our firm serves catastrophically injured people throughout South Carolina. All too often, we see the horrible effects of texting and driving on our state’s roadways. With this scholarship offering, we not only want to help students overcome the financial challenges of pursuing higher education, but also highlight the dangers of distracted driving with the hope of eliminating it altogether.
- Must be attending or planning to attend a university or college in the United States during the Fall 2022 semester
- Must be a United States resident
- Must be able to provide a school transcript or acceptance letter proving your enrollment
How to Apply
To apply for the Law Office of Kenneth Berger scholarship, students must complete the application form attached below and write an essay on the dangers of distracted driving and what should be done to reduce or eliminate it. The essay must be at least 500 words, but not exceeding 1,000 words long.
Both the application and the essay may be submitted via email to [email protected] or by mail to:
5205 Forest Dr
Columbia, SC 29206
For any questions regarding the scholarship application process, please email Chelsea Fullerton at [email protected].
We are currently accepting submissions for the Fall 2022 semester. All materials must be submitted by April 30, 2022.
Scholarship recipients will be chosen after the application period has closed. By submitting your essay, you agree that it may be featured on our website. Only the winner will be notified.
Congratulations to Our Previous Scholarship Winners!
Emily Ord - First Place - $1,000 Scholarship
Ishaani Khatri - Second Place - $500 Scholarship
Kayleigh Spencer - Third Place - $250 Scholarship
Nicholas Hsu - Honorable Mention - $150 Scholarship
Vanessa Massel - Honorable Mention - $150 Scholarship
Meia Schram - Honorable Mention - $150 Scholarship
Lauren Chen - First Place - $1,000 Scholarship
Ehitohan Iyile - Second Place - $500 Scholarship
Travis Johnson - Third Place - $250 Scholarship