$3,000 In Scholarship Prizes Awarded
Vaughan & Vaughan is proud to announce the results of this year's essay contest and present scholarship prizes worth a combined $3,000 to three local college students. The winners of this year's contest are:
Willen (Class of 2024) studies medical laboratory science at the University of Indianapolis. She says she has a passion for helping others and spending time with her family.
Williams (Class of 2021) recently graduated from Trine University in Angola, Indiana, where he studied criminal justice. He says he's focused on a career in federal law enforcement and hopes to conduct federal investigations.
Tomczak (Class of 2024) currently attends Purdue University Northwest in Hammond, Indiana, and aspires to be a materials scientist.
The three scholarship prize winners submitted essays about why Indiana should increase its minimum insurance liability amounts for car accidents. Currently, the minimum limits for liability coverage in Indiana are $25,000 per person for bodily injuries or death and $50,000 per accident.
“We are proud to award these three scholarships to such well-deserving, hard-working college students,” attorney Charles V. Vaughan said in a statement. “I’m thrilled our law firm can help provide financial assistance to local students with an interest in the law and other academic pursuits. Congratulations!”