Putting in the Time Over Summer can Help With Scholarships

by ParentCo. June 24, 2016

Many scholarship providers like to see that you have used your summer in a productive way, especially if your activities help advance a particular academic or career interest. Even if the internship is unpaid, the experience may earn you money for college in the long run. Not only is the experience helpful to boost your scholarship applications, but summer jobs and internships can actually be a great scholarship source themselves. Some organizations offer scholarships and financial assistance to employees who are planning to or already attend college.
Source: Heat Up a Scholarship Search Over the Summer | Scholarship Search Insider | US News


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