Rewarding those who are committed to growth and education.
CheckPeople is a web-based platform enabling everyone to easily access public and criminal records. We compile public records into one simple and clear report that includes information such as full names, addresses, relatives, criminal records, and sex offender status. We believe everyone has the right to find public records so they can make informed decisions with confidence.
About the CheckPeople Scholarship
The CheckPeople team values education and transparency. We want to encourage curiosity and awareness in the next generation, which is why we’ve created the CheckPeople Scholarship.
If you share our belief that access to public records should be easy for everyone, we want you to submit a video or essay for a chance to win $3,000.
This scholarship is open to all undergraduate students, regardless of area of study.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit the following in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Name of school, area of study, and intended graduation date.
- An essay (max 2,000 words) or a video (max two minutes) included as an attachment
The submitted essay or video must include your response to one of the following essay topics:
- How do public records benefit society?
- How have public records helped you?
- List at least 5 types of public records and write a situation for each and how it would help someone.
Deadline for Submission
All application materials must be sent by June 30th at 11:59 PM PST, for fall semester. And December 1st at 11:59 PM PST, for the spring semester.
Selection Process and Notification
The scholarship winner will be announced within two months of the submission deadline. The winner will receive an email from the CheckPeople scholarship committee.
The $3,000 scholarship is intended for academic use, but will be awarded without restrictions.
Contact the CheckPeople scholarship committee at email@example.com.