Friday, January 31, 2014

Path to Scholarships® Highlights Opportunities for 1st-12th Graders to Compete in Bees and Bowls & Win Scholarships!

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The competition is on is for students starting in first grade through the senior year. Here are some great opportunities that enhance résumés and even offer scholarships for winners! 

Individual Entry Competitions


The North South Foundation currently has 60+ chapters in US. Each chapter has 
a dedicated team of volunteers or a coordinating team. The coordinating team works with other volunteers to organize the educational contests, fund raising events and other educational or community service programs. The national coordinating team of NSF provides support with planning the local chapter events and wherever possible dispatches volunteers to help the local chapter conduct NSF events.

The Regional Contest Calendar  provides information on contests conducted in each chapter and state. NSF welcomes you to actively participate in your chapter activities. If you do not find a chapter close to you, we encourage you to contact us about opening a new chapter near you. For your quick reference, we have also outlined a brief guideline on starting a new local chapter.

*Caution: Before you select contests and register, make certain that contests are offered in your chapter. If you do not see any contests in your chapter, consult your chapter coordinator. You cannot select contests and register until the contest calendar is set for your location. It is possible that the calendar may exist for a neighboring chapter in your cluster in which 
case you can choose to register there or wait 
until your chapter calendar is set.



National Geographic Bee http://on.natgeo.com/1mOVpJz
Junior Geography Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Geography Bee (Grades 4-8)

Scripps National Spelling Bee http://bit.ly/19XypaP                     
Junior Spelling Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Spelling Bee (Grades 4-8)

National Math Bee http://bit.ly/19XymMg
Math Bee Level 1 (Grades 1-2), Math Bee Level 2 (Grades 3-5), Math Bee Level 3 (Grades 6-8)

National Science Bee http://bit.ly/1n8jj5D
Junior Science (Grades 1-3), Intermediate Science (Grades 4-5), Senior Science (Grades 6-8)

National Vocabulary Bee http://bit.ly/1b1CzK3
Junior Vocabulary Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Vocabulary Bee (Grades 4-8)

National Essay Writing http://bit.ly/1lhwMJX
Senior Essay Writing Bee (Grades 9-12)

National Public Speaking http://bit.ly/L3ivzQ
Senior Public Speaking Bee (Grades 9-12)

National Brain Bee http://bit.ly/1f3bVnO
(Grades 9-12)

International Brain Bee http://bit.ly/1esPllA
(Grades 9-12)

Team Competitions

National Science Bowl (Science and Math) http://1.usa.gov/1fibw1G
Middle School (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12)

National Bible Bowl http://bit.ly/1n8lpm7
Beginner Bible Bowl (Grades 3-5), Teen Bible Bowl (Grades 6-12)


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Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Path to Scholarships® Highlights Law School Loan Forgiveness and Scholarships Available!

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Law School Loan Repayment/Forgiveness Programs and scholarships exist. Inquire at the university where you are currently attending or plan to attend for other local and state scholarship opportunities.

Edudaris® is a site where you can get matched to law school scholarships and other opportunities and learn how to successfully apply to law school and for scholarships.

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Law School Student Loan Repayment and Forgiveness http://bit.ly/1fa4r1g

National and Leadership Scholarships 
  • American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation (AIPLED) Sidney B. Williams Scholarship Due: Mid March Annually http://bit.ly/1mpSoz9
  • The Federal Circuit Bar Association (FCBA) Giles S. Rich Scholarship Due: Mid April Annually http://bit.ly/1bgwvx4
  • The Federal Circuit Bar Association (FBCA) Howard T. Markey Scholarship Due: Mid April Annually http://bit.ly/1bgwvx4
  • The Federal Circuit Bar Association (FCBA) Douglas B. Henderson Scholarship Due: Mid April Annually http://bit.ly/1bgwvx4
  • FCBA William S. Bullinger Scholarships Due: Mid April Annually http://bit.ly/1bgwvx4 
  • Crosner Legal Scholarship Due: Early December Annually http://bit.ly/1aotb8E Award $1000
  • Mark T. Banner Scholarship for Law Students Due: Early December Annually http://bit.ly/1aHBGt6 Award $5,000 Intellectual Property
  • First Annual Law School Student Loan Scholarship Due: Mid December Annually http://bit.ly/19LR8WI $2,500
Minority and Diversity Scholarships
  • Law School Scholarship Finder http://bit.ly/1cRnPgq
  • ABA Writing and Essay Contests for Law Students Due: Various Deadlines http://bit.ly/KDccmr  
  • American Association for Justice Due: Various Deadlines http://bit.ly/1ao76qE
  • Korean American Scholarship Foundation (KASF) Due: Varies by State http://bit.ly/LCESg6
  • United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Due: Various Deadlines http://bit.ly/1dk76rP
  • Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship Due: Early January Annually http://bitly.com/R1feTf Awards $5000
  • National Black Law Students Association Scholarships Due: Late January Annually http://bit.ly/1fuvvN3
  • Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) Law School Scholarship Program Due: Late January Annually http://bit.ly/1emJErZ 5-10 Awards $5,000
  • Charles H. Walker Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship Due: Mid February Annually http://bit.ly/1anX1dr  $10,000
  • American Bar Association (ABA) Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund Due: Early March Annually http://bit.ly/1c6YBtW 20 Awards $15,000
  • Zelle Hofmann Diversity in Law Scholarship Due: 4/1 Annually http://bit.ly/1cSjYj8 Award $30,000
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholarships Due: Mid April Annually http://bit.ly/1dNblwm Awards $5,000
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Earl Warren Scholarships 1st year law students Due: 4/30 Annually http://bit.ly/1hJLHdG
  • The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) Lloyd M. Johnson Jr. Scholarship Due: Late May Annually http://bit.ly/1eps5rm 15 Awards $10,000 1st year law students
  • Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Law School Diversity Scholarship Due: 5/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1mpe0eW $2000
  • American Indian College Fund Scholarships Due: 5/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1jvbkgo
  • American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) Fellowship Due: 6/1 Annually http://bit.ly/1ikNeHl Awards $1,000 - $5,000
  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Due: 9/1 Annually Multiple Scholarships http://bit.ly/1hf8Dy7
Military Scholarships and Opportunities

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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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Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Monday, January 20, 2014

Path to Scholarships® Highlights Medical School Loan Forgiveness and Scholarships Available!

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Medical School Loan Repayment/Forgiveness Programs and scholarships exist. Inquire at the university where you are currently attending or plan to attend for other local and state scholarship opportunities.

Edudaris® is a site where you can get matched to medical school scholarships and other opportunities and learn how to successfully apply to medical school and for scholarships.

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National Scholarships
  • National Institute of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program Due: 3/3/14 $20,000 http://1.usa.gov/19PjD0r
  • National Health Services Corps (NHCS) Scholarships Due: Early May Annually http://1.usa.gov/KsGRDr
  • AMA Foundation Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarship Due: Late May Annually http://bit.ly/1bBKVf0 8-12 Awards $10,000 - 3rd year medical students
  • Buckfire & Buckfire Scholarships Due: 5/31 Annually http://bit.ly/KsWLxy 1 Award $2,000
  • General Electric / National Medical Fellowships Due 10/1 Annually http://bit.ly/1mvxCAU $5000 GE/NMF offers fourth-year medical students clinical/puiblic health electives of two-months duration between Match and graduation weeks in Ghana and Uganda focusing on regional health care issues such as HIV/AIDS, diabetes, tuberculosis, heart disease, cancer and infant mortality.
  • The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans Due: 11/1 Annually http://bit.ly/KsNxS0 Thirty grants of $20,000 plus $16,000 for tuition are offered for graduate study in the US for one or two years for students who are undergraduate fourth-years or enrolled in M1 or M2.
  • AMA Scholars Fund - If you are a medical student seeking scholarship funds, contact your dean or dean's designate to learn more about this opportunity. 
  • AAMC Chart of scholarships and opportunities http://bit.ly/1jjAxr3 Due: Various Deadlines
Leadership Scholarships
  • The Pisacano Scholars Leadership Program Due: 3/1 Annually http://bit.ly/1joJkee Award $28,000 The maximum scholarship award is $28,000, which will be distributed during the fourth year of medical school and three years of residency with family medicine as specialty.
  • AMA Leadership Awards Due 3/14/14 http://bit.ly/1bdYvkP
  • Anne C. Carter Leadership Award Due: 11/5 Annually http://bit.ly/1mOjrdl 1 Award $1000
Military Scholarships
Ethnic and Minority Scholarships
  • American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) Medical Education Scholarships Due: 1/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1iJPVBr 4 Awards $1000
  • AMWA Medical Student Kaplan Scholarships Due: 1/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1slaFkc 2 Awards $1000
  • Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) Due: Mid January Annually, Extended: 2/1/14 http://bit.ly/1hGz1BE $500
  • AMWA Linda Brodsky MD Essay Award Due: 2/15/14 http://bit.ly/RHbGYy 1 Award $500
  • American Medical Association (AMA) Minority Scholars Award – Due: Early March Annually http://bit.ly/1bBLZzx 8-13 Awards $10,000
  • Chinese American Physicians Society (CAPS) Due: 3/29 Annually http://bit.ly/1bDqa2F 4 Awards $2,000-$4,000
  • Chinese American Medical Society (CAMS) Due: 4/30 Annually http://bit.ly/1aEq5L9 3-5 Awards $1000
  • Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Herbert W. Nickens, MD Minority Medical Student Scholarships Due: Early May Annually http://bit.ly/1dNz51O  Entering 3rd year medical students
  • Vietnamese American Medical Association (VAMA) Due: Early May Annually http://bit.ly/1bDcDrP
  • American Indian College Fund Due: 5/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1josMTN
  • Korean American Medical Association (KAMA) Due: 7/1 Annually http://bit.ly/1e7tr7f Awards $1,000
  • National Medical Fellowships Minority Need-Based Scholarships Due: 8/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1aF9VOw Awards $2,000 - $5,000
  • AMWA Medical Student Kaplan Scholarships Due: 9/30 Annually http://bit.ly/1slaFkc 2 Awards $1000
  • National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF)  Due: Early October Annually http://bit.ly/1dJSAdc 11 Awards $5,000 and 9 Awards $2,000
  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund Due: 12/15 Annually http://bit.ly/1kQO1l7 Awards $1,000 - $5,000
  • Japanese Medical Society of America (JMSA) Due: 12/31 Annually http://bit.ly/1eNrLRU Awards $2,500 - $20,000

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. 

Edudaris® Works in Three Easy Steps
  1. Create a FREE account on www.Edudaris.com.
  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.
Call Customer Service (407) 406-4180, (407) 462-7659, or (407) 877-9630 for information. 
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Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Friday, January 10, 2014

FAFSA: Evaluating Award Letters

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Students, January 1st is the first day to file your 2014-15 FAFSA. Remember to file early! 

Spring is an exciting time for you high school seniors as you prepare for graduation, select a college to attend, but do not forget about a very important letter your colleges will send you, the financial aid award letter.

Financial aid letters are composed in many formats; this makes it difficult for students and families to compare one to another because they all look different. 


Although they differ, the types of aid in the letters are very similar, they will all include at least one of the following: grants, loans, work study, or scholarships.

Each college has the responsibility to offer the maximum amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive at their institution, it is your and your parents’ responsibility to evaluate the financial aid award and make an informed decision on which types of aid you choose to accept. Remember, just because they offer it does not mean you have to accept it.

Because there are different types of aid; some of which is free to you and some of which you have to repay, it is important to keep in mind when you are comparing letters that you also compare the cost of the college as well as the cost to you. If one school is giving you mostly loans, that is a cost that you will eventually have to repay. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you are evaluating your financial aid letters. If you have questions or concerns, contact the office of financial aid to get the answers you need and on www.fafsa.gov.

Comment, ask questions, and create an account on www.Edudaris.com. Join the FAFSA 2014-15 Help and Support group on Edudaris.com for ongoing discussion and questions with Gerardo Ochoa, Associate Financial Aid Director, Linfield College, Portland Campus, OR.

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

What is FAFSA and the Student Aid Report?

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Gerardo Ochoa, B.A. Associate Financial Aid Director, Linfield College, Portland Campus, Portland, Oregon


What is FAFSA and the Student Aid Report?



http://www.fafsa.ed.gov Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 15 million students paying for college or career school. We are proud to sponsor millions of American minds pursuing their educational dreams.

http://studentaid.ed.gov Read about the types of financial aid available from the government and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study. Learn how to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), how aid is calculated, and how you will get your aid.

Comment, ask questions, and create an account on www.Edudaris.com. Join the FAFSA 2014-15 Help and Support group on Edudaris.com for ongoing discussion and questions with Gerardo Ochoa, Associate Financial Aid Director, Linfield College, Portland Campus, OR.

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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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