Finding college scholarships doesn't have to be hard. In this video, learn how to locate scholarships that you can apply for.
- So the first thing we're going to do to win scholarships … is to make a list of all the ones available in your area. … I want you to find as many local scholarships … as you can. … Google college scholarships and the name of your city. … Find as many as you can … and put them on the list. … Our ultimate goal is to look everywhere. … Once you've done that, ask your school counselors … if they know of any you should apply for. … If your parents are a part of any associations, … ask them if they have scholarships. … Make sure you're looking at local groups … and private companies that are in your area. … Really just look everywhere. … The most random places have scholarships. … For example, we have a festival … in Wilmington, North Carolina where I live … and it's called the Azalea Festival. … They actually give $6,000 to the girl … that wins their pageant. … So I just want you to think broad. … Think about organizations, … think about associations, … think about clubs. … Are there any clubs that have local scholarships? …
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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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