Pritchard Scholarship Contest

2020 Pritchard Injury Firm Scholarship Contest

See our 2020 scholarship recipient

There are a number of ways you can get hurt doing everyday things.

Whether it’s falling on the job, slipping in icy or wet conditions, or even getting hurt playing your favorite sport, injuries happen.

That’s why we want to hear from you about what you would do to bring more awareness of accidents that happen in your community.

Contest Details

Essay Prompt: Write about a common accident or injury that’s an issue in your community and then tell us about different ways or ideas to help bring awareness to these issues.

In 250-300 words, we want students to explain what they would do to make people in their communities more aware of common accidents that occur.

Whether it’s drivers going too fast or dangerous conditions somewhere in the area, we want to hear your best ideas to help people keep themselves safe.

Then, the best written and most compelling essay contest winner will be awarded $500 to put towards their college education. 

Reward Amount – 

Amount: One winner (1) @ $500 

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must be EITHER (1) out-going high school seniors (graduating summer 2020) OR (2) students currently enrolled in a college, trade school, or university as of the start of the Fall 2020 semester.

When is the Deadline?

  • Applicants must submit their essay by April 1, 2020
  • The winner will be selected by April 15, 2020

Submission Details:

In order to qualify for the scholarship contest, you will need to submit the following information: 

  • Your name
  • A valid email address
  • Phone number
  • A copy of your transcript or other proof of enrollment
  • Your 250-300 word essay in Word document (.doc, .docx) format

2020 Scholarship Contest Recipient

Congratulations to McKenzie Smith, our 2020 scholarship contest recipient!

McKenzie Smith is planning to attend KSU in Fall 2020. McKenzie is ranked 10th in her class and will be an Honor Graduate for the Class of 2020. She has participated in dual enrollment for the past two years through Chattahoochee Tech.

She has also been an intern at Cartersville Medical Center for the past year.