Marianne Ragins, the publisher of www.scholarshipworkshop.com and winner of more than $400,000 in scholarship money, presents the latest revision of Winning Scholarships for College, Fifth Edition. Containing numerous scholarship and college money resources, this classic guide will show you the path to scholarship success. With this newest edition, Marianne uses her knowledge of being a scholarship applicant, a mega scholarship winner, a scholarship committee judge, a scholarship sponsor, and a scholarship coach to help you get scholarships for college too
With over 300 pages and nearly 40 chapters jam-packed with information, this is one of the most comprehensive books on winning scholarships available, revealing where and how to search for funds, and containing step-by-step instructions for the entire application process. This easy to use college readiness resource is a must-have for all students in search of college money to fund their educational dreams.
The fifth edition has information on hundreds of academic scholarships - from the most well-known resources to smaller, more localized funds. This fully loaded educational resource guides readers through the use of the Internet and social media in their scholarship search; and gives detailed suggestions for essays with examples from the author's own highly successful scholarship search.
Winning Scholarships for College also has special chapters focused on helping all types of students pay for college including
Whether you're in high school, enrolled in or going back to college, studying abroad, or pursuing a postgraduate degree, this book is an invaluable resource for helping you minimize or even eliminate student loans. With Winning Scholarships for College, you can effectively finance the education you want and successfully pay for college with scholarships, grants, and awards.
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--Thomas B. Murphy, Former Speaker of the House of Representatives