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THE EBELL CLUB Scholarship Program

The Ebell/Flint Scholarship Program For the past 100 years, dedicated students in need of monetary assistance who live and attend school in the county of Los Angeles have had the support of the Ebell/Flint Scholarship Fund. The Ebell/Flint Scholarship Fund is open to undergraduates who have completed their first year of studies. Scholarships range from $3,000 per year for two-year community college students to $5,000 per year for students attending a four-year university, and continue for a maximum of three years while the student is enrolled as an undergraduate and maintains Ebell eligibility requirements. Learn More Are you a permanent …

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Loan Program for Underrepresented Students

Legislators introduced a new bill for Wisconsin’s Minority Teacher Loan Program, which expand the application eligibility to minority teachers all the state who work in different school districts. This loan bill will give a huge advantage for underrepresented students. Here is some aspect of the the bill: promising to pay back the student loans accrued while achieving their credential if they commit to find a job in Wisconsin after graduation An requirement is that those students must teach at a K-12 school with a minority student population of at least 40 percent. Also the students who are qualified have to …

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Varsity Tutors Scholarships

Monthly chance to win a $200 scholarship Write an essay For the monthly contest Promote your entry Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. Winners are chosen Each and every month Previous Scholarship Winners Essay: “Success Is Not to Be Pursued; It Is to Be Attracted by the Person You Become” Katja Pietrass November 2018 Essay: A Possibility for Change Karishma Patel July 2018 Essay: Education Leads to Prosperity Angel Ortega April 2018 Current Essay Contest Imagine you’re leading a tour of your high school to members of the incoming freshmen class. What’s one piece of advice you would give these students? ENTER …

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Chafee Grant for Foster Youth

College Grants for Foster Youth Be a current or former foster youth who was a ward of the court, living in foster care, for at least one day between the ages of 16 and 18. If you are/were in Kin-GAP, a non-related legal guardianship, or were adopted, you are eligible only if you were a dependent or ward of the court, living in foster care, for at least one day between the ages of 16 and 18. YOU ARE ELIGIBLE ONLY IF YOU WERE A DEPENDENT OR WARD OF THE COURT, LIVING IN FOSTER CARE, FOR AT LEAST ONE DAY …

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Becca’s Closet Spirit of Generosity Scholarship

Rebecca Kirtman Memorial Scholarship Fund $1,000 annually, non-renewable. Scholarship money awarded will be sent directly to the recipient’s institution. A previous recipient may reapply. Purpose The purpose of this scholarships is to encourage high school students who have demonstrated outstanding community service in high school or college to continue their efforts throughout their lives and to encourage others to do the same. Recipients Two or more awards offered annually. Eligibility Must be a graduating high school senior. Must demonstrate financial need. Must have made an outstanding contribution to his/her local community through volunteer action including, but not limited to, Becca’s …

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5 Tips for a Successful College Application

With the increasing demand for college education, the college admission process is becoming more competitive day by day. If you look at the annual changes in the admission rates of top universities, you can easily recognize the downward sloping line that represents the admission rate of the top universities as the years pass by. So at this point, you probably have this question in your mind: How can I have the best shot at getting into my dream college? Here are five important tips for you to increase your chances of admission to your dream university: 1- REFLECT YOUR VERY …

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