Scholarship Mom Tip #174: Scholarship Recyling
It was Earth Day earlier this week and this time of year we are all reminded and encouraged to do our part by recycling and committing to protect the communities in which we live.
In the college scholarships process, we can make use of recycling techniques in the following ways:
Reuse scholarship essays – Many essay questions and prompts are similar and what a student wrote for one application can easily be adapted for others, keeping in mind word count and specific names of organizations offering the awards.
Keep copies of all scholarship applications, including detailed directions, guidelines, due dates, and award notification dates. Save paper by scanning the information and saving on a flash drive or trusted hard drive.
Take advantage of online only scholarships in which no paper is used at all like this tweeting scholarship: Customized Girl College Scholarship (open to boys AND girls!).
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