Anapata Student Scholarship Deadline Today!
Ms. JD is pleased to announce its partnership with Anapata, the first diversity recruiting and networking platform for the legal profession. “Ms. JD is the ideal partner for Anapata; our two organizations not only share the same vision for advancing diversity, but also our strengths are highly complimentary, ” said Ooshma Garg, Anapata founder and CEO. To get things started, we're thrilled to help promote Anapata's Diversity Scholarship Contest.
The 2010 Anapata Diversity Scholars Program
Anapata is proud to announce the 2010 Anapata Scholars Program. Anapata will name each Anapata Scholar via the Anapata Diversity Scholarship Contest.
Each Anapata Scholar will recieve a $1,000 scholarship and a featured profile on the Anapata network. Applicants must be currently enrolled at an ABA-approved law school in the United States. Students who are members of groups traditionally under-represented in the legal profession are encouraged to apply. Factors considered in the selection process include academic achievement, demonstrated leadership ability, excellent writing and interpersonal skills and a sincere interest in promoting diversity in the legal profession.
Application Deadline: February 10, 2009
The Anapata Diversity Scholarship Contest
(1) A full Anapata student profile, including:
- Resume (.pdf format)
- Transcript (.pdf format)
- Personal introduction paragrah
- 2 recommendations (2-3 sentences from peers, mentors, or employers)
(2) An essay demonstrating your personal philosophy regarding diversity in the legal profession. The essay should incorporate a discussion of your relevant experience and achievements, and your proposal for further advancement of diversity in the workplace using online technologies. Be creative, we want the essay to showcase your unique opinions and accomplishments, and reflect your innovative capabilities. Please limit your essay to 750 words.
Submission Instructions: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with a link to your Anapata profile and a copy of your essay (in .pdf format). By sending this email, you agree to the Anapata Diversity Scholarship Contest official rules and terms including, but not limited to, the use of name and essay on anapata.com.