How to Use Winter Break for College Applications

By high school intern, Simarn Regmi

Hey again! Today I’m back to give some ideas on how to efficiently use your winter break to get work done, especially for those of you applying to college. Sleep is important, and you should get that, but aside from sleeping in bed all day, you can get some serious work done that will benefit you in the long run. Check them out:

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Tips on Searching for Scholarships Part 2

There are so many college scholarship available to students. We get that sometimes it can feel overwhelming to search and apply for scholarships, so here are some tips to keep you on track. Before you know it you’ll be racking in the cash for college! The factor that really seems to make the difference is being specific, the more specific the scholarship is, the better your chances are of winning. Miss part one? Check it out here.
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Tips on Searching for Scholarships Part 1

There are so many college scholarship available to students. We get that sometimes it can feel overwhelming to search and apply for scholarships, so here are some tips to keep you on track. Before you know it you’ll be racking in the cash for college! The factor that really seems to make the difference is being specific, the more specific the scholarship is, the better your chances are of winning. This is part 1 in a series. Stay tuned for part 2!

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One more thing off your plate, scholarships can wait

By Pilli, a high school intern at CollegeFindMe

The college admissions officer walks through the door and presses a button that allows for the fade in of his slideshow. In big bold letters is the worst font only a teacher would pick, Arial, the gut wrenching words are displayed: College Info. All the seniors sit down simultaneously and joke about how they aren’t getting into college, using the facade of comedy to hide behind the realities of their own thoughts.

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