BrewerLong is pleased to announce our Future Business Leaders Scholarship for 2022. This $1,500 scholarship award will go to an incoming student, undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a college or university in the Spring Semester of 2022. Scholarship funds will be directly disbursed to the winner’s school and may cover all school-related expenses.  

For consideration, please complete the online application via the link below. The application includes an essay on the following topic:

Reflect on this quote from former President, Abraham Lincoln.

Law is nothing else but the best reason of wise men applied for ages to the transactions and business of mankind

 Abraham Lincoln

Compose an essay of 500 words or less describing a situation in which you applied law, reason, or wisdom to a personal or professional relationship.

The winning essayist will be named on our blog along with an excerpt of the winning essay. By applying to this scholarship you consent to having your name and essay published if you win.

Scholarship FAQ’s

Who can apply for the scholarship?  

The scholarship is open to graduate or undergraduate students attending or planning to enroll in a United States college or university for the Spring Semester of 2022.

What is the scholarship amount and deadline?

The scholarship is a one-time award of $1,500. Applications are due no later than October 1, 2021.

How are the applications judged?

Scholarship awards are based on the ability to write a well-crafted essay exploring the topic in a unique and creative way. Essays containing false or plagiarized information will be immediately disqualified.

When is the winner selected and notified?

The scholarship winner will be selected and notified no later than November 15, 2021.

Did you receive my essay?

We receive many essays and are unable to confirm receiving your essay or provide you with feedback on your application. Please do not contact us to ask about your application.

How do I apply?

Submit your online application here with your contact information, proof of enrollment, and essay.


Congratulations to Jade Duncan!

Read an excerpt from the 2020 winner, Jade Duncan.

As a clinician and clinical leader, my decision making is driven by ethical considerations, health outcomes and evidence-based resources. I recall a time when I was a young dentist, maybe 10 years ago where I was faced with a dilemma that called for reason and wisdom to be applied. I had a very untoward interaction with a patient who was extremely belligerent and insisted that I perform a particular treatment on him that I knew was below the standard of care for his clinical situation. 

The clinic manager at that time insisted that we appease the patient, so that we can maintain a good patient satisfaction score and to deescalate the situation. I, however, disagreed with the manager’s decision. I stood my ground and explained to the manager that based on my code of ethics, I cannot perform a treatment that can knowingly harm the patient, and that there was a limited prognosis of it being successful.

Jade Ducan