Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Path to Scholarships® Guides Braden & Tracen Mangum to Community Service

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Youth Community Service Project "Save a Pet" Touches Hearts in Blackfoot, ID

Braden and Tracen's mother, Verna Mangum attended a Path to Scholarships® Parent Workshop in Blackfoot, ID in May of 2013 presented by June McBride, author and founder of Path to Scholarships®. Parents need to encourage their children to develop servant hearts and learn the joy of serving others as early as possible. Parents are the first teachers of their children and their children will follow the example of their parents toward service.

Both of the boys love animals, so they started a self-initiated project this past summer at the Blackfoot animal shelter. Braden and Tracen Mangum began volunteering at an animal shelter to prove they were responsible enough to become dog owners.  Their experience grew into a community project that spanned the entire summer and still continues.

The brothers realized that many other dogs needed homes too. The boys worked at the shelter, walking the animals, playing with them, cleaning up after them and posting photos of dogs available to adopt on their facebook site, "Braden and Tracen's Project Save a Pet."

Through their efforts, many animals were adopted over the summer. They were recognized by the Blackfoot Police Department, the Blackfoot Mayor, local television news, and have had newspaper articles written about them. They received the National Summer Service Award for $1000 to invest in their Save a Pet Project! They love animals and using their passion found a way to give back to the community at ages eight and ten. It is never too early to invest in the needs of others through community service!



Their project has extended to raising funds to expand the shelter which is currently over-crowded. The boys are working hard at something they love, finding fulfillment and satisfaction, and the entire community will benefit. They have a purpose, plan, and a mission. Now they can begin to apply for community service scholarships which begin for students as young as five years of age! Presently they are working on four community service scholarship applications using this community service project.

http://blackfootjournal.com/brothers-help-adoptable-dogs-find-homes/
http://blackfootjournal.com/pet-extravaganza-set-for-oct-19/
http://www.am-news.com/content/brothers-help-animal-shelter 
http://www.localnews8.com/video/Local-animal-shelter-needs-help/-/461276/22048980/-/14iwbgh/-/index.html

CONGRATULATIONS Braden and Tracen for a job well done from the heart!


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Path to Scholarships® Gives Hope and Dreams to Middle School Students with the Five-Steps!

June McBride assisted by Valerie Peake presented Path to Scholarships® workshops in San Angelo, TX at the Region 15 Education Service Center to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and their parents. Educators attended with their students. Students were inspired to dream big and follow the five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

Middle school students researched the meaning of their names, the importance of community service, and finding life's purpose by getting involved in the lives of others using their natural talents and gifts. 

A dream is a wish that heart holds. When a student has a dream for their future they are given hope.

Middle school students completing Meaning of My Name Activity from the Path to Scholarships® Middle School Tablets. This activity establishes a positive self-fulfilling prophecy that each student is special and has a purpose!

























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Friday, October 18, 2013

Path to Scholarships® Trainer Seminar Sets Blazing Trail in Texas

Path to Scholarships® Trainer Seminar (TOT) presented by June McBride was held October 3-5, 2013 at Region 14 Education Service Center, in Abilene, Texas. It was attended by a counselor and consultants from Region 12, Region 14, and Region 15 Education Service Centers. These certified trainers will now touch thousands of lives of students in their regions. All participants received their certification on the third day of the seminar! It was so inspiring and encouraging. 

Path to Scholarships® currently certified trainers sign a two year limited license agreement to use the Path to Scholarships® registered trademark name and the Path to Scholarships® PowerPoints for workshops and trainers receive a free site license for Edudaris.com.


























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  3. Join a FREE Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini COURSE to learn how to apply successfully to college and for scholarships.

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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Path to Scholarships® Career and College Readiness with Scholarship Planning Program for the 21st Century

June McBride, M.A., is the founder and CEO of Outreach Youth Empowerment, LLC, a growing company focused on a dream and a vision for the families and children of this country, which manages the Path to Scholarships® Program resources, workshops, and trainer seminars (TOT), publishes June McBride’s Path to Scholarships® Book Series, and administers www.Edudaris.com. 

June McBride, M.A. is the founder of the Path to Scholarships® Career and College Readiness with Scholarship Planning Program, which has a primary focus on at-risk youth and dropout prevention. Additionally, she is the author of the Path to Scholarships® Book Series and www.Edudaris.com.  June has been traveling nationally since 2000, spreading the news that there is hope for ALL students to achieve post-secondary education with an emphasis on guiding, encouraging, and inspiring historically under represented youth with her motivational presentations. The Path to Scholarships® Program, Book Series and Edudaris.com give hope for a better future and empower educators, parents, and students with ALL the tools to reach their dream and pay for it!

Path to Scholarships® Program was created by June McBride, M.A., as she motivated and inspired at-risk, under represented, first generation high school students as a Migrant Title I C resource teacher/counselor in a dropout prevention program at West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida between August 1994 to June 2007.  In April 2000, June published the First High School Edition, Path to Scholarships®, Making Dreams Come True, which she presented at NASDME in San Diego, CA, which launched the program nationally.

Using Path to Scholarships® and www.Edudaris.com as vehicles, June motivates and inspires educators, parents, and students to dare to dream great dreams through the three-day Path to Scholarships® Trainer Seminars (TOT), educator, parent, and student workshops, and leadership institutes. It is through the trainer seminars (TOT) and certifying trainers nationally that the Path to Scholarships® Program has reached and assisted hundreds of thousands of students to organize and successfully apply to college and for scholarships to pay for their dream!  The Path to Scholarships® Program is currently implemented within AVID, GEAR UP, TRIO Upward Bound, Migrant Education, and English as a Second Language programs, as well as, many local at-risk, dropout prevention and academic prep programs.

June McBride-Pichardo is a first generation Latina from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic with family roots from Italy and Spain. June's entire life since her youth has been one of serving Latino families for over 50 years through church ministry, the educational arena, and migrant education; teaching and counseling under represented at-risk youth, educators, parents, and students from elementary school through college. 

Path to Scholarships® Program, Book Series and Resources are authored, published, and distributed nationally by June McBride, M.A., Outreach Youth Empowerment, LLC, April 2000 - Present.

  • First Edition Parent Guide - Dare to Dream Great Dreams in 5 Steps (English and Spanish)
  • First Edition College Edition and Portfolio
  • Second Edition High School/College Instructor's Curriculum Guide 
  • Eighth Edition High School workbook and CD (English and Spanish) and Portfolio
  • Second Edition Levels I, II, III Teacher’s Curriculum Guide for Elem/MS Grades 4th-8th 
  • Second Edition Elem/MS Levels I, II, III Tablets and Portfolio Grades 4th-8th
  • Educator Training DVDs and Student Workshop DVDs
  • Free Career, College, and Scholarship e-Courses for High School and College Students on www.Edudaris.com with Scholarship Matching
  • Educator, Parent, and Student (Elem/MS, High School, College) Workshops
  • Trainer of Trainers (TOT) Two-Day Trainer Seminars

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Graduated Debt Free After Attending Four Colleges Using Path to Scholarships®!


Eva Vaquera-Contreras attended four different colleges and graduated debt free! She speaks very highly of Path to Scholarships® because she was awarded thirty-five scholarships following the proven strategies and using the tools provided in the Path to Scholarships® College Edition. Eva also attended a Path to Scholarships® workshop, which guided her through the Five Steps to organize a winning college and scholarship portfolio to  successfully apply to college and for all the scholarships she was awarded! 

Eva Vaquera-Contreras is from Zacatecas, Mexico. Eva completed her final semester of nursing school at Linfield Good-Samaritan School of Nursing. She graduated in June 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Eva plans to build her nursing experience by working as a Registered Nurse within her community. She wants to assist the Spanish speaking population by providing bilingual nursing care. 
www.linkedin.com/pub/eva-vaquera-contreras/65/678/b43

Eva also gave a student speech at the Hispanic Chamber scholarship luncheon in Portland, Oregon. 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDFrmn3RzM

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

What is the Timeline to Request Winning Recommendation Letters?


Almost every scholarship and college requires a recommendation letter. This is at times a stumbling block for many students! Often students wait until the last minute to request these needed recommendation letters. The best time for students to request recommendation letters is around September. Very few students ask for recommendation letters at this time.
Around the holidays, and from January through March, it seems like every student is asking for a recommendation letter for any number of reasons. They ask for them when the teachers and/or professors are the busiest. The turnaround time could be two or three weeks, or never! Meanwhile, the application has a due date and there is not a recommendation letter available.
A student should make a request for a recommendation letter at least 2-3 weeks before it is needed because teachers are very busy and need time to write a quality recommendation letter. A student should make a request before the completion of a class, while the teacher or professor still has the student fresh in his mind. Too many times student request recommendation letters from instructors they have had two or three years earlier.
Tips to Receiving Winning Recommendation Letters
1.  The student needs to plan to whom they are going to request a recommendation letter. Make a list with the correct spelling of each person's name.
2.  Three types of recommendation letters are needed depending on the college and/or scholarship application: teacher or professor, counselor or advisor, and community leader.
3.  No recommendation letter should be from a family member.
4.  Request as many letters as possible.
5.  Make an appointment to make the request for a recommendation letter.
6.  Information documents should be submitted with the request so the person has enough information to write the winning recommendation letter:  a cover letter, personal statement, resume, and a thank you note.

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

What is the Timeline for Preparing for Scholarships while in High School or in College?

Everyone wants quick fixes and instant results. The Path of Hard Work is one of the major keys to obtaining scholarship money. The path starts in the 9th grade when a student’s grade point average (GPA) begins to count toward the student’s future success in the pursuit of a scholarship. A student should maintain a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher from 9th through 12th grade and in college.
A student with a 2.5–2.9 GPA will have access to a limited number of merit-based scholarships. The majority of scholarships are highly competitive. The higher the GPA and SAT (the Scholastic Aptitude Test)/ACT (the American College Testing Program), the greater the chance for a student to win a scholarship. 

Students do not be discouraged! There are many different types of scholarships, which are not merit-based. These include scholarships for:  Community Service, Leadership, Talent/Abilities, Financial-Need, Ethnicity, Family Heritage, Faith-Based, and Military, and/or a combination of two or more of these listed.  This list is not exhaustive!

As soon as students complete the five steps to build the winning portfolio for scholarship applications, the time to start applying is immediately. The fall is the best time to get started. Scholarships are available now for students starting at five years of age!

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Monday, July 15, 2013

Spark Your Summer with Sizzling Scholarships Available for Fall!

High school seniors and college students, it it NOT too late!

Beat the Heat, Stay Cool, and Plan for Fall Now!

Student subsidized loan interest rates just doubled on Monday, July 8, 2013 from 3.4 to 6.8 percent! 

Do you know that the total student loan debt is increasing at a rate of $2,853.88 per second? Need to minimize student loan debt? Apply for scholarships today!  

Edudaris®  provides free resources and tools you need to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

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Friday, July 5, 2013

How Can I Find My Path to Scholarships®?


So you need money for college and you need to win a scholarship, but you are not sure which path to take in order to accomplish this task. Scholarships are free money awarded to students on the basis of academics, leadership, community service, and/or financial need.

There is money out there, millions of dollars of scholarships that go unclaimed because no one applies for them!
The big questions are: “How can I find My path that leads to scholarships?” and “How can I claim some of these scholarships for my own?”
There are no miracle formulas that result in scholarships and there is no way anyone can charge a student a fee and guarantee that a scholarship will be awarded.
The road to scholarships is through the Path of Hard Work and the Path of Organization, building a solid foundation that may lead to future success.
Register and setup an account on www.Edudaris.com so you too can understand the basic steps and principles that lead to an exciting journey on a Path to Scholarships® that has worked with much success for those who are willing to pay the price to follow the path to obtain a scholarship!!

Free Resources, Tools, and Support for College and Scholarships on www.Edudaris.com
Be matched to scholarships and learn how to successfully apply to college and for scholarships with the FREE Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini Courses for High School and College Students. 

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  3. Join a FREE Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini COURSE to learn how to apply successfully to college and for scholarships. 
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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Who is Eligible to Win a Scholarship?




Scholarships are available for ALL students regardless of income level, grade point average, age, or grade level. Students who will not qualify for low-income, need-based scholarships need to begin as early as 9th grade to build a strong foundation that will qualify them for community service, leadership, merit-based, faith-based, and/or athletic scholarships. Scholarships are looking for the well-rounded student who has grades around a “B” average or higher.


Scholarships are available for students as young as five (5) years of age based on leadership and community service!
Scholarships are available in the U.S.A. for international students. These students will need to follow the proper procedures for applying to the university and for a student visa. Once these are completed all the scholarship processes outlined here can also be applied.

Free Resources, Tools, and Support for College and Scholarships on www.Edudaris.com
Be matched to scholarships and learn how to successfully apply to college and for scholarships with the FREE Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini Courses for High School and College Students. 

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  2. Update your profile to 100% to automatically be matched to as many OFFERS, as possible, which include scholarships!
  3. Join a FREE Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini COURSE to learn how to apply successfully to college and for scholarships.
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