If you want to get scholarships, you have to be serious about it. In this video, learn how to apply for scholarships in an effective manner.
- It's time to start applying, like, it's your job, okay. … Why do we want to treat it like a job? … Because honestly you could get way more money … in scholarships than you ever could at a normal summer job … or even a job throughout the whole year. … So I want you to think about this math. … If you spent 520 hours working full time on a summer job, … and you made $10 an hour, that's only $5,200, … for the entire summer. … Now, what if you got a $2,000-scholarship … that paid you every year instead? … You would have made more money getting that one … scholarship the entire summer you spent at that job. … So if you have the opportunity to take a summer, … especially between your junior and your senior year, … just to apply for scholarships, … you will probably make more money doing that … than anything else. … Look, I actually went to school with a girl … who literally paid for her entire college in scholarships. … In fact, her brother did it even better … and actually got paid to go to school …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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