Make the most of your scholarship search and application process with these helpful tips.
Your background information provides an opportunity for you to neatly showcase your educational interests, achievements, scholastic activities, community involvement, work experience and awards.
Your background information informs evaluators of what you are doing, whereas a scholarship essay reflects who you are. Convince the readers why you are the quintessential choice to receive a scholarship.
Recommendations complement your background information and essay. The best recommendation letters speak to your accomplishments beyond just the facts and adds insight to your unique qualities.
The scholarship you received is a gift; a note of thanks to the donor is a great way to show your appreciation.
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