Enter Buzzell, Welsh & Hill’s $2,500 College Scholarship Contest
At Buzzell, Welsh & Hill, we understand how challenging it can be to pay for an education beyond high school. Whether you’re working toward a college degree, a graduate degree or technical certificate, we want to help bring your goals to life. That’s why we’re so happy to share our 4th annual scholarship contest.
Create a Safe Driving Superhero
Every day, we work with clients who’ve had their lives upended in crashes—often due to the unsafe driving habits of others. Unfortunately, our young people are among the most at risk, combining inexperience with dangerous behaviors as they hit the roads. Sadly, car crashes remain the top cause of teen deaths in the United States. It’s time to reprioritize driver safety, teaching everyone and especially teens how safe driving habits save lives, and we’d like a superhero to help us do just that. We invite you to create a superhero dedicated to improving driver safety through outreach and education. Dream up an incredible hero, then bring your mascot to life in an essay describing his or her powers, costume and logo. Make your essay at least 250 words—the more descriptive the better! Remember, you’re only limited by your imagination, so make your superhero shine with a backstory, fictional press blurbs, famous encounters with an archnemesis or recent successes. We welcome any other media, such as drawings, images, animation or video. Keep in mind, however, that we do work with real-life victims of serious injuries, so avoid creating characters that are hurtful or overly silly.
How to apply?
After reviewing all of the submissions, we’ll choose the most creative entry and share your new safe driving superhero on our website and social media. One applicant will be awarded a $2,500 scholarship for the 2022 fall semester. To apply for the 2022 scholarship contest, applicants must fill out the form below. Please see Terms and Conditions for rules and eligibility. The deadline to apply for this scholarship is May 27 at 5 p.m. EST.
Please note that the winner’s $2,500 scholarship award will be issued directly to a college or university financial aid office.