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Thursday, July 30, 2020

How To Apply For A Scholarship


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If you are a senior in high school this year maybe you are thinking how am I going to pay for college or university after being accepted to the one you really want to attend there are many ways you can go and scholarships are helpful depending on what career path you decide to choose and there are many places you can find this information online by searching on any search engine or at your local school your guidance counselor can help. I went online and found lots of resources along with tips on applying. The information I uncovered was you should apply 1 year before college, you should apply early, you should continue applying even after you are in college to get more financial help.


 In order to win a game-changing scholarship, you’ll need to start by finding scholarships that fit your needs. You should apply based on academic merit as it is determined by your grade point average, but it may also be affected by SAT or ACT scores. If you’ve been doing well in your academics, colleges might just pay for you to go study there. By crafting interesting essays, finding the right recommenders, and preparing your materials in a careful and timely manner.  A lot of the scholarships will go towards any major and every little bit of money helps for your future career. As you know scholarships do not require you to pay this money back unlike financial aid.
Some colleges and private organizations offer service-based scholarships, which you can qualify for as an active, service-oriented member of the community. If you have been particularly engaged in serving one specific cause, see if there are scholarships which specifically offer money to students who have served that cause. If you are thinking a career in real estate than a scholarship from David Ebrahimzadeh, President of Corniche Capital started the David Ebrahimzadeh Scholarship to recognize those students who are seeking a degree in real estate or have a passion for real estate. Ebrahimzadeh created Corniche Capital with the goal of pursuing opportunities in the real estate and private equity sectors. The purpose of this scholarship has a similar goal, by extending an opportunity to those who are seeking to continue their education. It is for $1000 and the deadline is March 1, 2021, it is for seniors who have been accepted into a university or college; someone who is enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program. The topic is “When it comes to real estate, what excites you about the future?” and you must write 500 words along with submitting the form on the website.
Some other tips are getting a letter of recommendation to include with your application does not hurt to help you get the scholarship of your dreams to start your future. The way you do so is to ask your teacher or professor if they would mind doing do and explain why you want their help.

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