Smart Scholarship Tips
The ‘S’ in ‘SMART’: Share Personal Details
Students need to view the scholarship essay as an opportunity to set themselves apart from the many other applicants.
Win More College Scholarships, Apply S-M-A-R-T
It’s easy to apply SMART. Try these easy tips to improve your chances of winning more money for college.
Current College Student Scholarships
by Monica Matthews, Scholarship Editor In last week’s tip, I shared how scholarships...
Scholarship Mom Tip: Keep Applying All Through College
Searching and applying for college scholarships absolutely should not stop once a student is admitted into and starts attending college. There are scholarship opportunities galore for current college students.
September Scholarships to Kick Off the School Year
by Monica Matthews, Scholarship Editor School has started everywhere and for...
Scholarship Mom Tip #192: Take a Student Interest Inventory
Before doing a scholarship search, it is very helpful to sit down with them and begin taking an inventory of their interests, hobbies, strengths, and possible career paths.
Scholarship Mom Tip #190: Watch for Extended Application Deadlines
In your search to find scholarships, have you ever come across an organization that has extended its application deadline? I have seen this several times, especially on social media sites where a company is sharing its scholarship information.
Scholarship Mom Tip #189: Avoiding Instant Rejection
Who doesn’t cringe when hearing the words, “instant rejection”? Unfortunately, there are many reasons why a student’s college scholarship application may get instantly rejected by the judges.
Scholarship Mom Tip #188: Go for the Gold With An Easy Strategy
As the Olympic games begin this week and athletes from all over the world compete for medals, scholarship searching students are seeking the gold in their own way as the new school year approaches and college is fast approaching.