Friday, March 22, 2013

Community Service Scholarships Start at Five Years of Age!

Young children as young as five years of age can begin applying to community service-based scholarships! Some community service scholarships provide certificates and recognition of accomplishment instead of money. These awards can be added to the student's list of awards and recognition received. View the list of scholarship and award opportunities available for young children starting at five years of age!

Community service is defined as investing time and serving others outside the family as a volunteer. Community service allows us to develop character, build self-esteem, and instills a life-long lesson of how to give back, while allowing us an opportunity to explore possibilities that may lead to future careers. 


Information on volunteer opportunities can be found at your school an on www.volunteermatch.org and www.unitedway.orgA majority of scholarships require community service. However, community service scholarships exist as a category all on their own. Documentation is crucial.

Community Service Needs to be Documented in the Following Manner: 
  1. Person/Group/Organization
  2. Brief description of activity (2-3 sentences)
  3. Date and hours served
  4. Signature and telephone of a supervisor (Non-family members only)                                              
Community Service is About Quality of Service Over Quantity of Hours.
Show a commitment over time, with a minimum of one hour per month over four months. If you can serve more, that is even better. Get involved with helping others. Most scholarships require community service. Be sure to document your time.
Community Service Scholarships Want to Know the Following Information:
1.  What was your commitment over time? (Hours: daily, weekly, monthly)
2.  What difference did you make?
3.  What leadership role did you have?
4.  Were you a role model?
5.  How did community service make you feel? 
Some community service scholarships provide certificates and recognition of accomplishment instead of money. These awards can be added to the student's list of awards and recognition received.
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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Scholarship Directories and Resources


Below is a list of scholarship directories and
resources to which you can apply.
Apply successfully to college and for scholarships using the FREE Path to Scholarships® online courses for high school and college students, which are available on www.Edudaris.com. Students are also matched to scholarship offers. 

Once you have the following documents, you may begin to successfully apply:
  • Documented Community Service 
  • Resume
  • Scholarship Essay
  • Recommendation Letters
  • Copies of Official Transcripts

Minority Scholarship Directories

Scholarship Resources

International Student Resources
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