Jason E Fisher
Jason E Fisher is a prominent name in the community association sector. Founder of Fisher CAC, he has more than twenty years of experience working as an advisor with community associations (homeowners,condominiums, timeshare and associationscooperatives) throughout Maryland, District of Columbia and beyond. Jason has worked with hundreds of associations dealing with matters that include general operations, governance, best practices, board training, strategic planning, management retention, and serving as an advisor and liaison to pending legal matters with association’s legal counsel, engineers and developers.
Jason is an extraordinary professional loved and respected by all his colleagues and clients in the field for his vision, leadership, and dedication to corporate social responsibility. A philanthropist at heart, Jason believes that every individual should have the opportunity and means to access quality education. This is why he initiated the Jason E Fisher Scholarship.
Jason E Fisher Scholarship
Although quite successful professionally, Jason realizes the importance of taking both business and social responsibility hand in hand and throughout his career, and has tried to play his part in giving back. The Jason E Fisher scholarship is one of his many initiatives to ensure that his business, in addition to being extremely successful, is also socially accountable.
It is a well-known fact that college tuition fees in the United States are extremely high. As a result, many students are left with either no choice but to drop out in the middle of pursuing their education, or to be burdened with a large amount of debt after they graduate. The Jason E Fisher scholarship aims to award some of the most talented students throughout the country with the financial aid they need in order to achieve their dreams. Students, especially those who come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and are unable to fund their education, will benefit from this scholarship.
About Jason E Fisher
Jason E. Fisher is the founder of Fisher CAC, a homeowner’s association (HOA) consultingservice centered around businesses and community associations on problem solving, strategic planning, and providing education, advice, training, and services to implement best practices for those that work in the community association industry. Jason has more than twenty years of experience as a community association advisor and industry leader, working with organizations and local area affiliations.
Jasonreceived his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Maryland School of Business, and his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law, where he had the recognized honor of filling in as Editor-in-Chief of Widener’s Law Review and was granted the Outstanding Service Award from his graduating class. Upon graduating, he served as law clerk to the Honorable Paul H. Weinstein, Chief Administrative Judge for the 6th Judicial Circuit of Maryland. He then served as the Chair of a Community Association Practice group of an area firm. Jason has been recognized as an expert in his field and has been called upon to testify as an expert witness in matters related to association and parliamentary procedure, corporate governance, attorneys’ fees and the standard of care of Board members and management agents in governing and operating community associations.
Jason wasa prominent member of the Community Association Institute, specifically its Washington Metropolitan Chapter, where he served as president in 2010 andwas on the executive committee from 2005 to 2011. Additionally, he served for over five years on CAI National’s Maryland Legislative Action Committee, where he provided service for 10 years as a member and then for three years as Chair of CAI’s Washington Chapter’s Legislative Committee. Beyond his work with Associations, Jasonhas served for over a decade on the Maryland Legislative Action Committee for the Community Association’s Institute, where he wrote legislation and communicated oral and written testimony regarding matters impacting community associations.
In working with newer communities, Jason has worked with the board, management and the association’s engineers to review, prioritize and negotiate resolution of outstanding issues with builders and developers. Additionally, he has worked with developers to guide them on the proper procedures of organizing and establishing member run association, and also advised and provided assistance on the role of the developer and how the membership should proceed with organization.
Outside of his work as an expert advisor, Jason spends a large amount of his time volunteering as a guide to support adults who are seeking to obtain their Graduation Equivalency Diplomas (GED). He believes in the power of education and its ability to change the course of a person’s life, no matter their age, gender, class or race. With that belief in mind, he hopes that the Jason E Fisher scholarship will help some of America’s brightest students achieve their desired goals and aspirations.
The annual Jason E Fisher Scholarship was initiated to financially support young and bright students with an excellent academic record. The nonrefundable $1,000 scholarship is a generous financial aid, which the winner will be able to use towards their tuition at any accredited American college or university. Motivated students who can show that they have the potential to make groundbreaking differences are encouraged to apply for this highly competitive scholarship.
The Jason E Fisher scholarship program is a one-time financial aid for the most brilliant and meritorious student. All applicants of the scholarship will be required to write an informative and engaging essay of 700-850 words on the following prompt:
Provide an example of a mistake or lapse in judgment you or someone you know made in life and how you took that experience to make a change in what you do or how you approach life.
In order to be eligible for the Jason E Fisher Scholarship, all applicants are expected to fulfill the following requirements:
• Applicants must be either a freshman, sophomore or junior in high school in the process of being enrolled in an accredited American college or university
• All applicants must write a detailed, informative and engaging essay of about 700-850 words on the prompt: Provide an example of a mistake or lapse in judgment you or someone you know made in life and how you took that experience to make a change in what you do or how you approach life
The Jason E Fisher Scholarship is aone-time cash prize money of $1,000 paid to the winning applicant.
How to Apply:
The Jason E Fisher scholarship is meant for the most talented and deserving student, and the winner will be chosen based on various factors which include their essay. Therefore, applicants are encouraged to write a detailed, creative, and original essay in response to the given prompt.
Essays must be submitted as an attached WORD file to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
• Full name
• Telephone or cellphone number
• Mailing address
• Expected high school graduation date
• University or college to which you have applied
• Current GPA
• Update CV
The final date of submission for the Jason E Fisher Scholarship is December 15, 2021.
The winner of the Jason E Fisher Scholarship will be announced on December 31, 2021 on the www.jasonefisherscholarship.com website.
The recipient of the scholarship will be informed via a formal email, which they must acknowledge at the earliest. The prize money will then be deposited into the student’s bank or scholarship aid account upon supplying verification of college acceptance/admission..
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