Students need to view the scholarship essay as an opportunity to set themselves apart from the many other applicants.
by Monica Matthews, Scholarship Editor In last week’s tip, I shared how scholarships are not just for high school students, but also for current college students. (Read that post here.) This week, as promised, I share how to find current college student scholarships. Students can win scholarships all through their college career and here are several methods of finding them: • Visiting the website of their college • Stopping by their...
Most renewable scholarships have specific requirements.
Does your teen tweet smart? They should. Scholarship judges may be watching and reading your teen’s tweets!
Do you know where your child’s last report card is? Prepare for the busy scholarship application season by designating a place for honors, awards, report cards, etc. A little organization now will save you a lot of searching later.
Don’t overlook club scholarships like Elks, Masons, Knights of Columbus, and more. While some may require membership, not all do, and it’s worth checking.