How to Decide if You Should Intern or Work This Summer

Now that the school year is coming to a close, students across the country are deciding if an internship or job is the best option for them this summer.

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7 Scholarships to Apply to in March

A conveniently compiled list of 7 scholarships to apply to this March!

How to Get Scholarships Faster and Easier

Find out how to make the most of your high school accomplishments using Raise.me to get micro scholarships. Getting a scholarship just got a whole lot easier! Through Raise.me, you can earn micro scholarships for your grades, extracurriculars, and other accomplishments that add up to thousands of dollars.

Living the American Dream: My Story as a First Generation Hmong American in the United States

A student shares their experience of being a first-generation Hmong American in the United States. #internationalstudents #inspiring #studentstories #highschool #firstgenerationasian

Choosing to Attend a Private Versus Public High School

Private vs Public. This has been a debate that has been taking place from the beginning of the rise of the educational system that has been present in our country since the early 1900s. What once was a one-for-all education in a town schoolhouse, turned into the formation of city and state funded public schools, … Continue reading Choosing to Attend a Private Versus Public High School

Facts About the FAFSA Application Process for Beginners

What is the FAFSA and How Do I Fill It Out? The FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA is the form required at all colleges that accept and award financial aid. It’s the form that provides your college financial aid officers with the information they need to go ahead and … Continue reading Facts About the FAFSA Application Process for Beginners

Things to Do When You Are Too “Rich” for Financial Aid and Too “Poor” to Afford College

Shortly after I started senior year of high school, I attended a FAFSA informational meeting. I walked in into the meeting room to hordes of parents and their uninterested children crowded around the front of the room near the speaker. Throughout the meeting, parents raised their hands and took pages of notes but at the … Continue reading Things to Do When You Are Too “Rich” for Financial Aid and Too “Poor” to Afford College