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Scholarships are made possible through the generosity of many individuals, corporations and foundations. Your annual or endowed scholarship gift provides Seattle Central students with the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. Their dreams are our dreams, and the Foundation gratefully acknowledges your support Although the official history of Seattle Central began in 1966, its main campus is the site of two important Seattle schools that preceded the present day college. To accommodate the dramatic increase in Seattle's population caused by the Alaskan Gold rush of the 1890's, Broadway High School was built in Seattle's Capitol Hill District and opened in 1902. Broadway High graduated many of Seattle's outstanding and prominent citizens and cultivated a reputation that continued...
Growing up in Vietnam, Duyen's family struggled to put food on the table, so higher education seemed out of reach. However, Duyen dreamed of attending college so she applied for a $90,000 Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship. Watch her reaction as South Seattle College unexpectedly reveals she has been selected.
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Congratulations to our incoming class of 13th Year Promise Scholarship students! Last week, a record-breaking 150 13th Year students began their first year of tuition-free college, thanks to support from the City Of Seattle, Seattle City Council and the South Seattle College Foundation! Watch what our students had to say before jumping into fall quarter!
Link to University of Illinois at Chicago's Plexuss school page: https://plexuss.com/college/university-of-illinois-at-chicago Join us for an exclusive seminar designed to help undergraduate students strengthen their applications to U.S. colleges and universities. In this session, you will receive invaluable insight on the admissions and scholarship review process and learn competitive strategies to stand out amongst your peers.
Learn about an innovative program between North Seattle College and Ingraham High School that pairs college navigators with high school juniors and seniors. The program helps students prepare for college. and critical funds, known as persistence scholarships, help students get there.
Johns Hopkins undergraduates describe how scholarships helped change the direction of their lives.
sian-American and Pacific Islander students are pursuing their dreams of higher education through scholarships provided by Wells Fargo and the Asian Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund. Since 2006, Wells Fargo has provided more than $6 million and funded more than 1,300 scholarships through a national partnership with the nonprofit to support students like Guohua Xie, a computer science student at City College of San Francisco. Watch the two-minute video to meet Guohua and learn more at http://spr.ly/60508Te1Y.
Naturopathic medical student, Kimani McDonald, explains the importance of scholarships, especially for international students, who are not eligible for most financial aid.
Getting free college athletic scholarships is a process that begins in the freshman year of high school, when students must find a sport at which they excel, maintain good grades, research various colleges with strong athletic departments and contact the coaches at those universities. Begin preparing an athletic career early to obtain the appropriate scholarships with helpful information from a financial aid officer of a university in this free video on education. Expert: Brooke Kramer Contact: www.argosy.edu Bio: Brooke Kramer is the financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
City University of Seattle has so many opportunities for you to get your Education even during tough economic times. Plus, there are special scholarships for those who have been Laid Off as well. http://www.cityu.edu
Cherry Blossoms in the springtime make this one of the most beautiful campuses in the country. Thinking about applying to UW? Kathleen Griffin of American College Strategies talks about her impressions of the school and the campus after taking a guided tour and speaking with admissions staff and random students and faculty. WHY HIRE ACS? At American College Strategies my associates and I de-stress the whole college admissions process for students and their families. We'll work with you and create a plan to help your application stand out from the crowd. After you've received letters of acceptance, we help you to sort out the best financial options using grants, scholarships, loans (Federal and personal) and work/study programs. We work with students located all around the world ...
Earning a scholarship can help pay for college and give you access to plenty of resources. LaGuardia has a long list for you to check out. And when you win your scholarship... make sure to come up with a funkier dance. Scholarships Opportunities - http://www.laguardia.edu/Financial-Aid/Scholarships/ ------------------------------------------------------------ The Office of Student Life at LaGuardia Community College Visit our Website -- http://www.laguardia.edu/studentlife Like us on Facebook -- http://www.fb.com/LAGCCStudentLife Follow us on Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/LAGStuLife =================================== Learn more about LaGuardia Community College at: http://www.laguardia.edu/
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The featured video from our 2015 Scholarship Recipient Reception highlights the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving's Community College Scholarship Program. Formed in 2010, this program was designed to help an under-serviced portion of Greater Hartford: community colleges. This video tells the story of Paulina Kuziara, who studied at Manchester Community College and went on to graduate from Central Connecticut State University. It features participants from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Manchester Community College and Capital Community College, as well as footage from Asnuntuck Community College and Tunxis Community College. Visit our scholarship website at http://hfpgscholarships.org to search our available scholarships.