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Schmidt Kramer Annual Scholarship For Academic Excellence

Awarded to outstanding students on the basis of achievement, we are pleased to officially launch The Schmidt Kramer Annual Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

“Cultivated and inspired by deserving applicants who excel academically, this scholarship was established to show increased support for outstanding scholastic talent.”

— Charles E. Schmidt, Jr., Founding Partner

Each year we will award (one) $1,500 scholarship to a Pennsylvania student enrolled at any accredited university or college.

All eligible candidates must complete and return the following application before the specified deadline.

To qualify, applicants in Pennsylvania who meet the following criteria are encouraged to apply:

  1. Interested students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  2. Submit essay of at least 500 words (must be original); see below for topic
  3. Incomplete applications will result in a disqualification

Deadline For Applications:

December 1st, 2023. The winning applicant will be announced on January 31st, 2024.

Scholarship Terms & Conditions:

The Schmidt Kramer Annual Scholarship for Academic Excellence is available to all in-state students enrolled in an accredited university or college. All decisions by our firm’s scholarship committee are final. The winning applicant must travel to the Harrisburg, PA location of Schmidt Kramer to receive the Scholarship in person.

Privacy Statement:

We recognize privacy is important and to that end, we will not sell any of your information to third parties. However, a picture and bio of the winner may be used for press purposes. We reserve the right to modify or amend this policy at any time.

Non-Discrimination Statement:

The award of (one) $1,500 scholarship will be made solely on the basis of scholastic and academic excellence. The scholarship committee prohibits discrimination against applicants based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic.

Essay questions

In more than 500 words, explain how the youth of today can help to positively shape the legal system in the future.