Some people may think procrastination is helpful because it adds a sense of urgency to their work as time runs out, but for many it causes unneeded stress. Procrastinating when applying for scholarships is a bad idea [...]
Statistics from "The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2014," prepared by the staff of the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, show approximately 25 percent of incoming female freshmen intend to major in a science, technology, engineering [...]
Every nonprofit knows it's important to keep donors up to date on company news and events, but what about employees?
Though federal student loans come with a standard repayment plan that enables borrowers to pay off their balance over a 10-year period , U.S. News & World Report noted many people who hold bachelor's degrees [...]
When students are looking to fund their education, they may reach out to private organizations for scholarships. Private organizations typically have unique criteria and requirements for the applicants. Making it much different than applying for federal [...]
In order to increase the diversity found on college campuses and in the workforce, many scholarship organizations have been created for minority students. To help minority students looking for scholarships, the experts at Communityforce have compiled this list of [...]
When a student is working on funding his or her education, it can seem like there's an endless pile of grant, financial aid and scholarship applications to sort through. Yet it's important to keep at it, [...]
As a soon-to-be college student, one of the questions you'll hear more often than not is: What do you plan on majoring in? If you've decided on a major, that can be an exciting time to [...]