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Scholarship Points: A comprehensive table of Scholarship Points to win scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. The table below represents a detailed and comprehensive table that allows scholarship registrants, Scholarship Club members, to monitor how we allocate Scholarship Points for consideration of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.
With student loan rates set to double this year, it is becoming more and more important for sponsors to get creative when sponsoring Scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for moms, mothers, and women. Financial-aid options available to students have risen, but so have student loan interest rates. Students, moms, and mothers can level the playing field by seeking out private sponsors of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.
Students, moms, and mothers MUST seriously consider the FREE option of using social medial channels. Do not let your pride stand in front of your wallet or purse when the person most expected to benefit is yourself. In five years, there may be a better solution. However, for now, let’s use the current best option. Social media channels are thriving, and persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid must know how to use these social media channels to thrive also.
If you were apply for one of our social media jobs that pays between $12 to $15 per hour, you would be required to promote our scholarship links, and be familiar with Facebook,Twitter, Blogger, Google-Plus, etc. Using our Scholarship Points table is an excellent training reference for future social media jobs, as well as a way to accumulate points to win scholarships. and grants.
We allow our Scholarship Club members to thrive by using their social media skills to LIKE our Facebook page, follow our Google-Plus account, Re-Tweet our Scholarship tweets, share our Google-plus scholarship links, share our Facebook scholarship links, follow our Scholarship Blog, post scholarship articles in our Scholarship Watch blog, share our scholarship links with your Facebook friends, re-pin our Lessons in Life picture images on your Pinterest boards, follow our Scholarship Pinterest boards, etc.
The question is rather simple, and the case for using social media is even simpler. You are already using social media to chat with friends, parents, and even your enemies. Why not use social media channels to benefit yourself economically, and from an educational sense while the offer is on the table. Do you have the ability and ambition to generate points to win wscholarships?