Wouldn’t It Be Nice if Scholarship Money Grew on Trees?

Higher education writing sampleFor high school students (and their parents), figuring out how to pay for skyrocketing tuition, room and board, fees, and books is no easy task. Unfortunately for students, college money doesn’t grow on trees. But there are tons of scholarships, video contests, and essay contests students can enter from 9th through 12th grade to earn money to help pay their future college bills.

In my recent article for My College Guide‘s Sophomore 2014 edition, I spoke with college professionals from William Peace University and Iowa State University to get their advice on starting the scholarship search early.

Read the My College Guide scholarships article. (My article starts on page 36c of the digital edition.)

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