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College Scholarship Tip: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!
This college scholarship tip will help parents and students work together in the college scholarship process to find and win more money for school.
Who does that??? *cue in sounds of crashing cars*
Students need guidance, and the more parental involvement, the more scholarships they will be able to apply for, and the better their chances of winning.
Parents can play a key part in the scholarship process right from the start by helping their teen become organized, find scholarships they qualify to apply for, reminding them of deadlines, and much more.
Moms and dads, don’t be afraid to become involved and learn along with your students the best ways to create scholarship application packets that stand out from the rest and impress the judges. Take their hands and become partners in the college scholarship process right from the start!
The main reason that I wrote my scholarship guide ebooks is that a fellow parent said to me,
The scholarship success you have had with your son is amazing!
You need to write down exactly what you did and help other parents who feel as lost as I do in the scholarship process.
How involved are you in the college scholarship process with your student?
Are you afraid to take the first step?
Knowledge is power, so use this college scholarship tip and download your copy of How to Win College Scholarships.
#TeamScholarship all the way!!!
TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK!
What are parents saying?
“Yes!!!! My daughter and I are a team!! I hunt down the good scholarships that are best for her and make sure she knows what she needs to get it done and the timing. She puts in all the hard work to get it completed! I also learn everything I can about what she can do to stand out of the crowd. Monica’s ebook is incredible by the way!!!! Also start early and pre plan!!!” T.T., Scholarship Help & College Talk for Parents Facebook Group Member
“1st kid-just encouraged her to apply to anything she found. She received $3000.
2nd kid, same approach-just encouragement. Smart, great ACT’s, student class/council president, multiple leadership activities-$0. Zero. Zip. Zilch. Yep-he was so busy he couldn’t find time to research/apply.
3rd kid-I took control, met with her weekly for organization/planning. True partnership. $38,000 in scholarships.
4th kid will be a senior in the fall. Will I partner with him? Oh hell, yes!” A.S., Kansas Parent
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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.
This is so true of just about everything in life.
Yes, teamwork is always a win-win! Thanks for visiting my blog, Carol!
Absolutely! As we seek out scholarships for our son, it is a family+counselor+teacher job and we appreciate all the support we can get!
I’m so glad this post helps, Mandi!
Yes, I am sure that support and help from parents is invaluable for students.
As a co-parent who is raising her child thru post-divorce, I agree that teamwork will make or break this for us!
Thanks, Rosemond. So many students feel lost in the scholarship process and working together can be a game-changer for families.
My parents did not know how to help me in 1977-78 when I was applying to colleges. Even with my HS counselor’s help and the ancient computer technology then, I did not get any, but I had only applied for one. Your blog is so helpful to students!
Thank you, Terri!