St. Louis Application ~
- Rising High School Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors* with an interest in civics and the judicial branch.
- Enrolled in a St. Louis area high school.
This program is intended for students who are available to participate in the full schedule. If you have any prior commitments and would be unavailable on any of the published program dates, you will be asked to make up the work on your own. Students will only be allowed 2 absences before being excused from the program. Space is limited, only 20 students will be accepted.
* This means you will be a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior in the 2023-2024 school year.
Important: Please have your academic reference submitted to email@example.com by the application deadline: April 28, 2023 at 11:59 CST
Program Requirements: This program is a semester-long commitment. Every student is expected to be present for each session listed below. Students will be allowed up to two absences and will be expected to make up the work on their own. All in person sessions will take place at the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse. Students are responsible for their own transportation, parking passes will be provided at a nearby parking structure.
Benefits of Participation: Students who fully participate in the program will receive the following benefits:
- Supreme Court Historical Society Scholar Certificate
- Supreme Court Historical Society Gift Bag
- Mentoring from and networking with St. Louis area Legal Professionals and Scholars
- Recognition for work on the Community Exhibit in the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse
- Valuable legal research and skills experience
- Behind the scenes look at a federal courthouse
Applications are due at 11:59 PM CST on April 28, 2023. Please be sure your Academic Letter of Reference is also submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by that time as well! Good Luck! Accepted applicants will be notified by May 19, 2023.