Double benefits are rare and when one pops up for the busy college-bound, grab it! Two big college issues are how to pay for it and how to get the most out of it. Scholarship Expert Monica L. Matthews is showcasing a scholarship opportunity and a chance to focus on the why of attending college rolled into one Frame My Future Scholarship Contest.
All too often important introspection is lost in the flurry of studying for college admission tests, searching for colleges, and doing what high school requires. Frame My Future Scholarship gives entrants a chance to win $1000 and figure out “what you hope to achieve in your personal and professional life after college,” Monica explains in her article
Students can show the scholarship judges and themselves they are ”success driven” and college ready. That’s a great double benefit.
As always, Monica includes her special winning tips. Read it now and start creating before the March 3, 2015 deadline.
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