USAToday reported “College ain’t cheap’ — $24,000 fund raised for Carl’s Jr. hero in YouTube shooting”
The hero was an associate at Carl Jr.’s
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Monica Matthews, Scholarship guru and author of the ‘How to Win Scholarships’ ebook. Source: https://how2winscholarships.com
U.S. News & World Report posted “
Ultimate Guide: How to Find and Secure Scholarships for College: Consider this advice when developing a strategy to win college scholarships.”
This post is LOADED with great advice! Don’t miss this one! It starts with this story…
Monica Matthews, a mother of three, developed strategies for her children to win more than $100,000 in scholarships for college …
Her eldest son… won so many scholarships that he graduated debt-free…
the Michigan mom authored an e-book, “How to Win College Scholarships.”
“It only happened because I helped my elder son win so many scholarships,” Matthews says.
Some of her top recommendations: ‘ Start the process early, apply to many scholarships and follow all the instructions.’ “
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Here is the eBook by Monica Matthews on Amazon.
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Florida coach Dan Mullen is aggressive when it comes to scholarship offers. (Source: SECCountry.com)
SECCountry.com reported that:
“First-year coach Dan Mullen and his staff have a different approach to scholarship offers than the previous regime.
There’s been a change in philosophy under Mullen & Co. They are much more aggressive when it comes to offers and already have made a few splashes on the recruiting trail.”
The Washington Post had a story about a Houston high school student that has found great success in getting into prestigious colleges: “ From Stanford to Harvard, this teen applied to 20 colleges — and got full rides to all of them“
Matt Barnes has started a scholarship for boys without fathers. (Photo source: wikimedia.org)
Matt Barnes, former NBA player and Sacramento native, organized a rally for Stephon Clark and announced that he is starting a college scholarship fund in the name of Clark to provide scholarship money for Clark’s two sons who have lost their father.
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