College Scholarship Tip Friday: Don’t Make Assumptions
Use this college scholarship tip to win more money for school!
There are a lot of incorrect assumptions made when it comes to college scholarship searching and applying.
Most people assume that scholarships are for graduating high school seniors only. While this is true for most local scholarships (those offered by a student’s surrounding community businesses and organizations) it is quite different for national scholarships.
Carefully reading the qualifications for each scholarship found is key to creating a long list of scholarships to apply for and getting organized in the scholarship process.
There are scholarships out there for elementary, middle, high school, AND current college students!
Another common assumption is that students whose parents have a high income cannot win scholarships. This is simply not true. If you or your parents have a high income, you need to focus your scholarship search on awards that do not ask for any financial information.
The organizations offering these types of scholarships choose winners based on other factors such as the essay content or a student’s special skills like photography, video submission, or community service involvement.
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My family is middle class and my son was able to win over $100,000 in college scholarships and graduate from college 100% debt-free!
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