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Parker Alexander Scholarship Program

For Students in Northeast Louisiana‚Äč

The 2024 Parker Alexander Scholarship Program for students in Northeast Louisiana has been announced.  We have always believed in the importance of supporting our communities and future generations, and our scholarship program, now in its third year, is the perfect way to do just that.

Each year, there will be two scholarship program winners:

  • 1 grand prize winner: $2,500 scholarship
  • 1 second prize winner: $500 scholarship

The application period begins every year on January 1st and ends on May 1st. If you are a college student or a graduating high school senior and you have a good idea to help improve traffic safety in our community, we would love to see your proposal. 

For more information, you can call (318) 625-6262.


Congratulations to Our Past Scholarship Program Winners!

The Parker Alexander law firm, headquartered in Monroe, has announced the winners of its 2024 scholarship essay contest. Participants were asked to propose original ideas for improving traffic safety in Northeast Louisiana.

The Parker Alexander scholarship application period will be open annually from January 1st to April 15th.

Alec Williams, 2024

The grand prize of $2,500 was awarded to Alec Williams from West Monroe. Her essay, "How the Integration of Traffic Signals at Rural Northeast Louisiana Intersections Can Reduce Traffic Collisions and Improve Traffic Safety", was insightful, feasible, and persuasive. Williams recently finished her first year at Louisiana Tech and plans to attend medical school.

Alec Williams, scholarship winner
Photo from left to right: Chad Carter, Alec Williams, Kevin Alexander


Francie Bishop, 2023

Francie Bishop with a large check

Rosie Shultz, 2024

The second prize of $500 went to Rosie Shultz from Ruston. Her proposal to utilize artificial intelligence to analyze motor vehicle accident data to set more practical speed limits and to identify problematic intersections/highways was very original and well-supported with data. Shultz recently finished her first year at Brown University and plans to attend law school.

Rosie Shultz, scholarship winner
Photo from left to right: Chad Carter, Rosie Shultz, Kevin Alexander


Natalie Brooks, 2023

Natalie Brooks with a large check

Important Scholarship Criteria

We are offering incredible scholarship opportunities to young learners who want to help make Louisiana a safer state for everyone. Each year, on average, there are more than 40,000 car accidents that cause serious injuries and more than 700 crashes that cause fatalities in Louisiana. We want to lower these numbers as much as possible, but we need your help.

When applying, you must submit an original essay that explains your proposal to improve traffic safety or reduce accidents in Northeast Louisiana. We will choose 2 scholarship recipients from the entries received.

Eligible applicants will meet these four criteria:

  • Legal resident of Ouachita, Lincoln, Jackson, Union, Caldwell, Richland, Morehouse, Franklin, Madison, Tensas, West Carroll, or East Carroll parishes.
  • Aged 16 to 26 and lives within the United States.
  • Enrolled in a college, university, trade school, or vocational-technical school; or is currently or soon will apply to one such educational institution.
  • Has not won an annual Parker Alexander Scholarship in the past.

We look forward to hearing from you and to helping support the future thinkers of Louisiana. From all of us at Parker Alexander, we wish you the best of luck!

Full information about the scholarship, eligibility, how to apply, and important legal considerations can be found by clicking here. Before you apply, please read the full terms and conditions.

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