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College Scholarship Tip: Find Pinteresting Scholarships
Use this college scholarship tip to find more money for school on Pinterest!
Am I right?
What they don’t realize is what an amazing free resource Pinterest is for students seeking college scholarships.
Parents and students can take advantage of the search box at the top of the page on Pinterest by simply typing in “scholarships” and hitting their enter key.
Quickly the screen in front of them will be filled with hundreds of boards and pinners (people who pin) who share college scholarships.
A few clicks are all it takes to decide if the board or pinner is worth following and scholarship seekers will be on their way to using one more valuable resource in their quest to win money for college.
Be sure to follow my Pinterest boards here and check out and follow some of my favorite scholarship and college boards linked below:
- College Prep
- The University Network (TUN) Scholarships
- Best College Scholarships
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Paying for College
Do you have a favorite college scholarship Pinterest board or pinner?
Please share the link in the comments section below!
Monica Matthews is the author of How to Win College Scholarships. She helped her own son win over $100,000 in college scholarships and now shares her expertise with other parents and their students. She truly has “been there, done that” in regard to helping parents and students navigate the scholarship process.
Her method of helping students in finding college scholarships, writing unique and compelling scholarship essays, creating amazing scholarship application packets, and more have taught desperate parents to help their own students win thousands of scholarship dollars. She teaches them how to apply S.M.A.R.T. with outstanding results.
Monica’s scholarship tips have been featured on many prominent websites, and she has been dubbed the “Go-To” expert on college scholarships.