The Dori Slosberg Foundation invites seniors at Palm Beach County High Schools for a chance to win one of five $2000.00 student scholarships.
Scholarships will be awarded to the students who create a road safety project to engage their peers and write an essay on what their unique project will consist of. The essay will be the students call to action and will describe what they think is the biggest issue that faces teen drivers and how they will get their peers to participate and change their behavior.
Students must be in their senior year of high school and plan to attend college, trade school or another place of higher education upon graduation where the scholarship funds will be donated into their student aid account. Each winner must notify the Dori Slosberg Foundation as to their chosen college/university or choice of further education as soon as their account has been established.
Applications and completed essays will be accepted between October 28, 2013 and December 20, 2013. Applications must be printed from the link on the Dori Slosberg Foundation’s website
Your package must include the following:
1. A competed information form and signed parental consent.
2. One essay that contains the details of your road safety campaign should not exceed two double spaced pages.
3. Enclose one statement (in your essay) explaining what makes you qualified to be the person that can create the change that can save young lives on our roads.
4. If you are selected as a winner, you must implement your campaign before the end of the school year and be able to submit a summary of the outcome.
5. Explain how the Dori Slosberg Foundation will be included (PSA Video, Logo Inclusion, as a speaker or attendee of your program)?
All packages must be mailed, no emails or hand delivered packages will be accepted.
Mail only completed forms and essays to:
The Dori Slosberg Foundation
7050 W Palmetto Park Road #15-215
Boca Raton, Florida 33433
The Dori Slosberg Foundation encourages the creativity of Florida’s teens to develop original programs to save lives and prevent injuries among teen drivers.