1st Annual Underage Drinking Scholarship FAQs

Dangers of Underage Drinking Public Service Announcement Scholarship Contest

The law firm of Millar & Mixon LLC recognizes that education is vital for young people to achieve their career goals. We are proud to offer three scholarships to deserving students in Georgia who produce creative public service announcements communicating the dangers of underage drinking.

Below are some answers to questions you may have about the contest:

Drinking Scholarship

I am a member of the Class of 2015 at my high school. Am I eligible?

Yes, seniors in the Class of 2015 at high schools in Georgia are eligible to compete for the scholarships as well as rising college freshmen in four-year colleges and universities in Georgia.

I plan to go to a two-year community college. Am I eligible?

The scholarships are only available for four-year colleges and universities.

I am an international student. Am I eligible?

Entrants must be residents of Georgia. Unfortunately international students are not eligible.

Is there an entry fee for the scholarship contest?

No, there is no fee to enter the contest.

Will all the public service announcement videos be uploaded?

Yes, we will upload each video to YouTube. Visitors can login on the atlantaadvocate.com/scholarship page and vote for their favorite videos. The creator of the video that receives the most likes will receive the $500 Honorable Mention Scholarship.

Why do I need to include a digital photo of myself?

We would like to include photos of the students who create the winning public service announcement videos in publicity about the scholarship contest.

How do I submit my scholarship contest entry?

Applicants should email a completed application, photo and 30-second video to scholarship@atlantaadvocate.com.

Who selects the winners?

A scholarship committee will select the First Place and Second Place scholarship winners based on the creativity and clarity of the video public service announcement.