How can you provide even more scholarship support for your students?
Nov 07, 2022 2:16 pm
I hope that your week is starting off well.
As you work with students in TRIO/Upward Bound programs or in your college admissions consulting firm, your students have great opportunities to take advantage of the many scholarships available to them.
Since you nor your students have hundreds of hours to waste to find the right scholarships, there has to be a better way to find and apply for the right scholarships. Right?!
First, your students must understand how the world of scholarships works and how to navigate the process successfully. What does this look like? For example, scholarships are due all year long, but there are ideal times for certain academic levels (high school freshman, sophomores, etc.).
Second, your students must understand what scholarship judges are looking for when selecting scholarship winners. If you don't know any scholarship judges, you know one now (*hint, hint)! Scholarship judges are looking for qualified students who can demonstrate why they are deserving of the scholarship funds.
Lastly, your students will need your guidance in understanding that the journey of finding and applying for the right scholarships is a team effort. You are a vital member of their scholarship success team. You bring a wealth of resources - knowledge and relationships to assist your students in this process.
I would love to be another member of your students' scholarship success teams. So, for Black Friday/Cyber Monday 2022, I am offering two opportunities for us to work together.
- Customized Scholarship Lists (this service is ideal for college admissions consultants). The next 100 orders will get FREE access to a private virtual mastermind with me to dig into advanced scholarship application strategies.
- Scholarship Success School (this is a 12 month program ideal for TRIO/Upward Bound professionals). For a limited time only, I am hosting a free private virtual mastermind for program participants with high school seniors.
I look forward to working with you in either option above.
If you have questions, please reply to this email.