$1000 Long Island Law Scholarship
ALIR Settlements principals have over 20 years of experience in the life settlement industry, are internationally recognized experts and legal professionals, and have received numerous awards for their work. The ALIR team includes in house legal staff with decades of experience in investment instruments and financial planning. In addition, ALIR has a seasoned team with with over 20 years of hands on experience in the life settlement, viatical, and insurance industry.
ALIR offers the opportunity for all Students who want to apply for the scholarship by writing a 1000 words article about given Topics.
They can share their knowledge and expertise on Topics:
- Life Settlement
- Benefits of Life Settlement
- Financial Planning
- Importance of Life Insurance Policy
If you think that you can make a substantial contribution to ALIR as a writer, this is the best time to send in your Article.
How to Qualify for the Scholarship
- Eligible candidates must be a university or college student. You must be at least 18 years of age but if you are younger and think that you fit well into the writing position then parental consent is will be required.
- Make sure to do your Research before Writing Article. Having knowledge on relevant topics is a plus.
Students need to submit a piece of article that makes them proud (up to 1000 words). This can be any type of submission including (but not limited to) topics Given above or a decent content matching the theme of our website.
The scholarship is annual. The yearly deadline for submission is April 20th 2018 and the winner will be selected by end of month. The winner will be contacted by end of April. The winner must reply within two weeks or a new winner will be selected. We are offering $1000 as a scholarship to a selected winner.
Please Note that we are not asking for any fee or payment details and the scholarship is Totally Free to Enter.
Send in your application requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org including few words which can describe yourself. To prevent any delays on your application, make sure that you provide the correct details.