Winning scholarships for college : an insider's guide
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|Covington Branch||378.3 R142w 2013 (Text)||33126019719859||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9780805099478 (papercover) :
- ISBN: 0805099476 (papercover)
- ISBN: 9780805099942 (electronic book)
xxi, 439 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: Fourth edition.
- Publisher: New York, New York : Henry Holt and Co., 2013.
|General Note:||Includes index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||College costs -- The scholarship search : discovering hidden treasures -- Using the internet and social media in your scholarship search -- The local scholarship search : finding scholarships in your backyard -- Financial aid forms and help from the government with college expenses -- Getting organized -- Getting the most from your counselor -- Taking tests -- Writing your scholarship résumé : how to stand out and why grades don't mean everything -- The application -- Writing scholarship essays that get noticed -- Scholarship interviewing tips -- The art of getting good recommendations and requesting nominations -- Scholarships and awards for community service, volunteering, and work -- Unusual scholarship opportunities -- Scholarships for the unnoticed athlete -- Scholarships for minorities : what's the difference in a minority scholarship hunt? -- Scholarships for current college students and transfer students -- Going beyond the undergraduate degree-- paying for graduate school -- Scholarships for nontraditional students-- distance learners and adults returning to college -- Scholarships for international students and study abroad funding for U.S. students -- Scholarships for disabled students -- I am homeschooled-- can I still win scholarships? -- I do not have an A average-- can I get scholarships for college? -- Are there scholarships for middle-class students? -- Scholarships for younger students-- from kindergarten to 11th grade -- Scholarships and college funding for the military and their family -- Making choices : you've won an award...now what do you do? -- For parents only : helping your son or daughter with the college and scholarship process -- For parents only : motivating your kids to win scholarships -- For parents only : saving for college -- It's never too early to prepare for the scholarship search -- Scholarship do's and don'ts : insider tips from scholarship providers -- Understanding and minimizing student loans if you don't win enough scholarship money initially -- Major reasons why some students win scholarships and others don't -- Tips for reducing your college expenses and increasing your scholarship chances -- What to do if your financial aid package is not enough or your dream school reduces your aid package due to scholarships you've won -- Parting words.|
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|Subject:||Scholarships United States
Student aid United States