In the months ahead, a very important decision will be made. Will it be which college you will attend? Not exactly, but indeed that is an important decision you will be making. Where we choose to go to college once we have graduated from High School is one of the top decisions any high school senior will make. Will it be what major and degree program we choose? That is another important decision high school seniors will be making.
You probably have been thinking about it awhile and likely have changed your mind once or twice. So while its important to finally arrive at a firm decision about what you will focus your educational studies on, this is not the important decision I referred to earlier. You may be thinking, what on earth could it be. Is it something to do with where we will spend that last summer partying before the college semester begins.
No, that is not it either. Though having fun and exploring life outside of the world of your High School experience is indeed another important experience. What it is that you will need to wrap your head around over the next several months is just how will you afford the cost of college. Going to college on a shoe string budget is becoming more and more difficult. So what is one to do?
Does a Scholarship Without an Essay Sound Weird!
Whether it sounds weird or not, they exist. In fact, there are some scholarships that require no essay. And what if I told you that there are scholarships that are free to register for? You need not spend money assembling and mailing all of the material. What if I told you that there are scholarships that only take about two minutes to get done and it all online. Sounds Weird. Not at all! It sounds like an opportunity. All high school seniors should take a close look at any weird scholarship, especially those that require no essay. Check out our site for a great deal more information on these opportunities.
I have been associated with the education field for many, many years. And again and again I see cases where high school seniors and those who are already enrolled in college fail to take advantage of the billions of dollars available in scholarship and education award funding. Now that is what I call WEIRD! All it takes it a realization that what we are talking about is a Numbers Game. If you don’t play, you can’t win. How do you play! Its simple. You spend your time looking at this website and reviewing all of the articles and all of the information elsewhere on our website and compile a list of potential scholarships you can apply for. Then do so. Some scholarships take less time and hassle to apply for. I call those the low hanging fruit. Those are the one you should apply for first. Get yourself into the running. Other scholarships take more time. To cut through some of those time challenges, form a Scholarship Hit Squad. That is basically a small group of your friends who are also interested in qualifying for scholarships. Together, many minds working together can get more done. Grow your list of scholarships to apply for. The more the better. Don’t just put in applications for five or six scholarships. That is not playing the number’s game to its fullest. Shoot for 50 or 100! Why settle for just one scholarship. As you spend more time investigating the numerous scholarship and education awards out there, you will grow more confident and begin to see the prospects of raising some free funds for your college education.