A brilliant 22-year-old man named Spencer Jones has graduated from Dillard University, United States with an honors grade and was awarded a fully funded scholarship to Law School.
Spencer Jones obtained his bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Public Policy at Dillard University, Louisiana in the United States. He graduated from the University with a Summa Cum Laude ( Highest honors).
Spencer expressed his gratitude to Dillard University through a Twitter post for helping him solidify the plans he had for his future. While he was at the university, Spencer maintained 4.00 grade points and was awarded the Outstanding Student Leader award for his excellent performance.
He was also crowned the 17th Mister Dillard for his activeness and dedication at the university. Despite not being a Law student, Spencer served in different capacity preparing himself to be a legal practitioner to fulfill his desire.
He served as a Judicial Intern for the Louisiana State Court of Appeals while still a student at Dillard University. Spencer also earned different notable positions for his commitment to the University and as an HBCU advocate.
Spencer was honored by the White House and the United States, Department of Education as a 2021 White House HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities ) Competitiveness Scholar.
He interned for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in the office of DNC Leadership, where he collaborated with Senators, Governors, and Democratic Leaders in the United States. He also interned at the United States Capitol for the Congressional Black Caucus.
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After his bachelors degree. Spencer applied to Howard University School of Law to pursue his Juris Doctorate degree and was accepted. Fortunately for him, he was accepted into the Jerome L. Greene Public Service Scholars Program.
Spencer’s acceptance into the Jerome L. Greene Public Service Scholars Program which earned him a full tuition scholarship to study at the Howard Law School. Sharing his achievement on Twitter, He said all his accomplishment are not by luck but the grace of God.
Spencer thanked the Howard University School of Law and the Jerome L. Greene Foundation for investing in him and in his success in Public Interest Law to be the change maker he has always wished to be.