One of the keys to getting scholarships is becoming a valuable person that an organization can invest in. In this video, learn how to describe your value to others.
- What we're going to do is once we take that big list … of all the scholarships in your area, … we're going to choose which ones to apply to … based on your skills, interests, and strengths. … Then you really have to make sure … you don't miss the deadlines. … This is so important in scholarships. … And we actually created a spreadsheet for you … to write down the scholarship, put the deadline … and add when you need to apply. … We've made this as easy as possible for you. … You really need to be organized … because you don't want to miss anything. … All right, so let's talk about the person … you need to become. … Who do you need to be in order to win scholarships? … Or what are scholarship committees really looking for? … Well, scholarships are awarded to individuals … who use their time, their talents, their energy, … and their enthusiasm to make the world a better place. … So if you want to win scholarships, … you have to ask yourself, … am I using my time, talents, energy, and enthusiasm …
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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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