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Gabrielle McCormick

Gabrielle McCormick: How to Make a Grab of US$150,000 in Scholarships

Need Money for College? Gabrielle McCormick Grab for $150,000 in Scholarships. Gabrielle McCormick  journey started with a fall. In November of her senior year of high school, she tore her Achilles tendon during a basketball game. The injury simultaneously crushed her dreams of playing college basketball and any hopes she had of earning the athletic scholarship she was

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Immigrants

Undocumented Immigrants Flock to Free Colleges

Cash-Strapped Undocumented Immigrants in Chicago Flock to Free Community Colleges CHICAGO — More than two years after Chicago launched a program that offers a swath of  undocumented Immigrants high school students a free ride at its community colleges, city officials are touting their growing list of students moving on to four-year universities with two years

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Grace Scholarship Fund 2017

2017 Grace Scholarship Fund (GSF) Awardeds

Grace Scholarship Fund Awarded 10 Scholarships to College Students Ten tertiary students have been awarded scholarships through the Grace Scholarship Fund. It’s the fourth year that scholarships are being awarded under the fund, a non-profit organization based in the United States. “This year the award ceremony featured the most diverse group of students to date,”

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Ignite IGL Foundation Awarded 32 Scholarships

IGL ‘Ignites’ with Scholarships The Ignite IGL Foundation has awarded scholarships to 10 medical and nursing students at The University of the West Indies (UWI), and bursaries to 22 children of IGL staff members for the 2017/2018 academic year. The presentations were made at the annual Ignite IGL Foundation Scholarship and Bursary Awards Ceremony on

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Guidance Counselors

Guidance Counselors As Scholarship Sources

Questions Seniors Should Ask High School Guidance Counselors Taken from “5 Questions Seniors Should Ask High School Guidance Counselors” by Brian Witte. Guidance counselors can help high schoolers know which college-level skills to develop during senior year, the best universities to apply to and the best scholarship sources available to you. High school guidance counselors are

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