University Scholarship Programs

When ASECA was founded, a large part of its mission was to create and fund scholarship opportunities for people aspiring to careers in public service and specifically at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Currently, ASECA contributes financial support to seven law schools. These scholarships of $10,000 per year are awarded to a student (or students) who is a current or former SEC employee or intern, or a student who seeks to work at the SEC.  To date, ASECA has awarded nearly 100 students more than $3,000,000 in scholarships.

Winners of the 2018 University Scholarships include:

Brooklyn Law School: 

  • Blaise Gibson - SEC Legal Honors Program, NYRO Enforcement
  • Amber Leary - SEC Legal Honors Program, NYRO Enforcement
  • Kristin Tesi - SEC Legal Honors Program, NYRO Enforcement

Georgetown University Law Center:

  • Eric Shu - LARO, Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations

Howard University School of Law:

  • Samantha Bollers
  • Donald J. Finley - SEC Legal Honors Program, Corporation Finance

Northwestern University School of Law:

  • Megan Smith Richardson

Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law:

  • Jackson Long
  • Jennifer Wilt

Stanford Law School:

  • Raphael Ginsburg - SEC Legal Honors Program,  SFRO Enforcement
  • Sunny Jeon - SEC Legal Honors Program, Office of the General Counsel

UCLA School of Law:

  • Brian Daley

 

Click for details on scholarships offered by our current university partners:

Brooklyn Law School

Georgetown University Law Center

Howard University School of Law

Northwestern University School of Law

Southern Methodist University Dedman Law School

Stanford Law School

UCLA School of Law