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Scholarships for High School Seniors

CALLING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: To get your search started, we’ve gathered a few dozen awesome scholarship opportunities for you to apply for!

8 Things to Do Once You’ve Committed to College

You just committed to college, but what happens next? Read this post to learn about 8 things you should do once you commit to college.

Scholarships for Student Activists

These scholarships encourage you to learn more, speak your voice, and even take action about a specific cause while also giving you the opportunity to earn some cash to help you pay for school. What could be better?

Scholarships for High School Juniors

There are tons of great scholarship opportunities out there for eleventh graders to apply for. In this post, we highlight some of the best!

Scholarships for Women

In this article, we highlight some of the top scholarship opportunities created specifically for women. 

Should You Take a Gap Year?

In this post, I highlight everything you need to know about taking a gap year, including a unique perspective of someone who is on one!

The College Completion Crisis

This guest post discusses the college completion crisis, why students stop out, and how Reup Education is making a difference for the better.

Scholarships for Hispanic & Latinx Students

In this post, I discuss eligibility requirements and scholarship resources for students of Hispanic and Latinx heritage.

A Passion Project is the Trick for Improving Your College Applications

This guest blog post, written by Emmet Halm, Founder of Acceptitas, gives you everything you need to know about starting a passion project.

A Few Words on Leadership

In this post, I discuss student leadership, why it’s important, and the many common and non-traditional ways you can be a leader.

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