Financing a college education can be possible with the help of the following scholarships that do not require citizenship, a Social Security # or DACA. These scholarships are geared more towards students studying business. For other scholarships available to undocumented students, check out Act on a Dream’s site. https://actonadream.squarespace.com/scholarship-database Another great resource for any studentContinue reading “Scholarship for CA Undocumented Business Students 2020”
FEE (Foundation for Economic Education) is a nonprofit organization that sponsors summer seminars for teenagers. It started in 1946. These three day events allow students to stay in a college campus while they learn the principals of economics. Some sessions also focus on entrepreneurship and leadership. Students might be interested in this opportunity because itContinue reading “FEE: A pre-college opportunity for entrepreneurial, business-minded students”
Tips for parents to help their son(s)/daughter(s) with the college application process.
Follow this five-part series of activities for students interested in applying to college. This is part 2! Catch up on part 1 here. This is a comparing colleges activity with a mystery college twist. Use the following mystery colleges about the factors you should watch out for when applying to college. 1. State the nameContinue reading “College Counseling Activity #2: Comparing Colleges/Mystery Colleges”
Follow this five-part series of activities for students interested in applying to college. This is part 1! Personification is the act of giving something that is non-human, human properties, which can be useful when talking about the college you want to attend. Each college, with their location, history, types of students they admit, and theirContinue reading “College Counseling Personification Activity #1: I am a College/University!”