Working Now and Then Undergraduate Scholarship

Working Now and Then is a resource on employment law and workers’ rights. The site provides detailed information on workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, wage theft, and other employment violations. Charles Joseph, the founder of Working Now and Then, also founded Joseph & Kirschenbaum LLP, a New York firm that has recovered more than $120 million for workers.

In order to encourage future employment lawyers, the Working Now and Then Undergraduate Scholarship awards $1,000 annually to an undergraduate student considering a career in employment law.
Eligibility guidelines:
Applicants must be currently attending or accepted to an accredited college or university.
Applicants must upload an unofficial transcript and a resume.
Applicants should submit a 750-word essay on the following topic: “What are the biggest challenges facing workers’ rights in the future?” The essay can consider current events, social movements, historical developments, or any other aspect of workers’ rights. Working Now and Then will publish the winning essay and honorable mentions on its site.
Deadline: December 1, 2019
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