Winning Strategies Articles
What if you had all the secrets to winning a scholarship? Would you tell the world -- or keep them for yourself? Nationally recognized financial aid and scholarship expert, Mark Kantrowitz, ...
There are certainly ways to increase your odds of winning scholarships.
The best rule of thumb to follow? If it seems too good to be true, it probably is!
Daniel Guerriero won a $40k scholarship through Fastweb!
Patti Ross, Vice President of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, has been giving away money to students for 10 years. She often says that “scholarship providers aren’t mind readers,” but she’s letting ...
If you’re debating on when to start applying, the time is now.
The early bird gets the worm when it comes to the scholarship game.
Patti Ross knows what makes a successful scholarship application. It's not necessarily the intricacies of a scholarship application essay. Rather, it's mastering the basics of applying. Ross highlights the following essentials: ...
The most basic tip to winning a scholarship? Apply early, apply often.
Winning strategies from big scholarship winner, Arianna Alexander.
Follow these scholarship best practices to improve your chances of getting noticed by scholarship providers and, ultimately, win!
Patti Ross has been working as the Vice President of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation for 15 years. She also partners with FastWeb by providing insightful knowledge to students searching for scholarships ...
Winning just one scholarship is impressive - but this student was ultimately awarded 22 scholarships, totaling over $100,000 throughout the five years she attended college.
I’ve been thinking lately about scholarships. It could be that we’ll be financing three college educations next fall and the need for scholarships has increased exponentially. As I search through FastWeb, ...
Make a habit of applying for scholarships during National Scholarship Month.
Believe it or not, one random update could mean the difference between you qualifying for, learning about and applying to a scholarship you could win versus not hearing about it at all.