A great way to showcase your achievements is by developing a highlight reel. In this video, learn how to develop a highlight reel.
- So let's get into the nitty gritty … of what do you need to start applying for scholarships? … You're going to need three things … I like to call Your Highlight Reel. … Every scholarship is going to basically ask … for these three things. … First, you're probably going to have to write an essay, … so make sure you have an outline … already kind of worked up and ready to go. … Because it's going to be so much easier to write essays, … if you already have an outline that you're going to follow. … The second thing they'll want … is a list of all your accomplishments. … You need to write down every accomplishment, … every award you've ever won in high school, … and often I would even add things from middle school. … We want you to look like the most amazing person … in the whole wide world. … So make sure you write down your accomplishments. … In fact, what I find is way too many high school students … forget all the things they volunteered for, … or the committees they've been on, … or any leadership opportunities they've had. …
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