MDLPA and LSI Scholarships
Deadline: March 1
* * * * IMPORTANT NOTE RE: DEADLINE * * * *
Please note that although you will see paperwork that indicates the deadline to apply for the Eula Mae Jett Scholarship is April 1, you need to apply to the MDLPA scholarship first - and that deadline is March 1.
The winner of our scholarship, and up to two runners-up will be sent to LSI for the entrance in the Eula Mae Jett Scholarship, and the opportunity to win another $1,500!
For more information on the Eula Mae Jet Scholarship, please click here. For more information on the MDLPA Scholarship, see below.
The rules for MDLPA's scholarship are virtually the same as those for the Eula Mae Jett Scholarship.
Please note that members of the Mt. Diablo Legal Professionals Association and members of LSI are not allowed to apply for the scholarship.
Click here to view the Scholarship Plan.
Documents you will need:
MDLPA's deadline for submitting applications for our scholarship is March 1 of each year. MDLPA will announce it's scholarship winner by April 1. The winner of the Eula Mae Jett Scholarship will be announced by May 31.
For a downloadable flyer, please click here.
Natalie J. Chop, CCLS
c/o Buchman Provine Brothers
1333 N. California Blvd., Ste. 350
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Application packets must be mailed or delivered to the above address. Emails or faxes cannot be accepted.
For more information on the MDLPA scholarship, please contact Natalie Chop, CCLS.
For more information on the Eula Mae Jett Scholarship, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
Mt. Diablo Legal Professionals Association
The Mt. Diablo Legal Professionals Association ("MDLPA") received its charter from Legal Secretaries Association (California), now Legal Secretaries, Inc. ("LSI®") in January of 1969. Like LSI, MDLPA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational, professional, and personal development programs to its membership, consisting of attorneys, legal assistants, paralegals, legal secretaries, legal administrative assistants, court reporters, law office administrators and anyone in a law-related profession. For more information on LSI, click here.