Wednesday, May 28, 2014

International Students Scholarship Resources


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"Nothing is possible or will happen, if you do not try. I will rather fail trying, than never take a risk and live my life with the question, WHAT IF?" - June McBride



We do not make any promises to you, only offer you the resources and tools to try. The Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini e-Course for High School or College Students on Edudaris.com will guide you through this process, so you will understand what the colleges and scholarships are requiring of you and how you can easily put it all together.

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.
We are also available to all students for questions and assistance. This is June McBride's life calling and mission to assist all students. June McBride shares her LIFE STORY on the videos, which is what the college and scholarship committees want to most know about students. The Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini e-Course for High School or College Students guides students to write their story and organize it all.

Complete the assignments and submit the forms that are located on the bottom of each lesson. When you submit the assignment it sends the document directly to MY FILES, online storage creating your online college and scholarship portfolio.

Below is a list of scholarship directories and resources to which you can apply. However, it is not about the lists. We strongly encourage you to join and participate in a FREE Path to Scholarships® Mini e-Course that will teach you the college and scholarship process and enable you to build the winning career, college, and scholarship portfolio by completing the assignments in order.

Once your have the following documents, you may begin to successfully apply: 
  1. Documented Community Service
  2. Résumé
  3. Scholarship Essay
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Copies of Official Transcripts

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships for International Students!

Global Scholarships for Study in Home Country
  • http://www.iefa.org/scholarships International Education Financial Aid - Scholarships, Insurance, Travel, ESL, and more 1062 Scholarships - Due: Various dates Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD Degree       Sort by major, country, or award name
  • http://www.ofid.org/FOCUSAREAS/OFIDYouth/ScholarshipAward.aspx OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) Scholarship – Due: 5/1 annually Master’s Degree Up to $50,000 tuition plus living expenses, books and accommodation, insurance, books, relocation grants, and travel costs Field of Study: Any related to development
  • http://www.wellsmountainfoundation.org/scholarships Wells Mountain Foundation Scholarships for Developing Countries – Due: 4/1 annually Bachelor’s Degree All Fields of Study, Development related favored (health care, social work, education, social justice, computers, engineering, agriculture, and business) $300 - $3,000 tuition and fees, books, room rent and meals

International Scholarships for Study in Foreign Countries
  • http://www.rit.edu/studentaffairs/iss/ Dominican Republic Government-Funded Scholarship to Rochester Institute of Technology Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD Degree in industrial and systems engineering, sustainable engineering, innovation management, computing, software engineering, telecommunication engineering technology, networking and systems administration, and communication and media technologies
  • www.fundingusstudy.com Institute of International Education 618 Scholarships to Study in the U.S. Due: Various dates Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD Degree
  • www.scholarship-positions.com International Scholarships and Financial Aid Positions for College and University  - Due: Various dates Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD Degree Sort by country, subject, or developing countries

    International Scholarships for Developing Countries www.scholars4dev.com 

        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. 
        CustomerService@PathToScholarships.org * www.PathToScholarships.org www.Edudaris.com

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        Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer's offsite homepage for full details.
        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. 

        Won Multiple Scholarships? How to Keep ALL Your Award Money!

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        Using Path to Scholarships and Edudaris.com has paid off for many students and as a result numerous students have been over-awarded. Often students receive more money than is needed to cover tuition and expenses for a year of college. Then they learn they could have used it for following years, to cover other eligible expenses, or even for graduate school in the future.


        Over-Awarded 

        Over-awarded is a term that means that the student has won more money than is required to cover tuition and expenses (Cost of Attendance) for a year of college.

        Colleges and scholarships have different over-awarded policies. Students should ask their college financial aid office and each of the scholarships they were awarded about their over-awarded policy.

        Some college and scholarship over-awarded policies may lower or keep the award they originally offered because other scholarships or resources were received. Some college policies will decrease a student’s loan(s) while others may decrease their own institutional scholarships they initially offered the student. 

        Students who are awarded a Pell Grant and/or FSEOG grant will keep these grants since they are considered federal entitlements. These two grants cannot be reduced because students have been over-awarded.

        Once the college makes an initial offer of financial aid, students need to report any additional outside scholarships won. Income and other resources will not be taken into account because that would impact the next year’s FAFSA. 

        Keeping track of all scholarships won is key!

        Students should maintain a scholarship log that has all the important information documented in one place to include:  
        • Name of the scholarship
        • Award amount
        • Contact person with email and phone number
        • Instructions for receiving the award
        • Over-awarded policy
        • Paperwork that must be submitted with due date
        • Date thank you note or letter sent
        Plan for Keeping Over-Awarded Money
        1. Document all scholarships won on a scholarship log.
        2. Review the financial need and costs to attend the college for the year.
        3. Contact the college Financial Aid Office immediately, if over-awarded.
          1. What is their over-awarded policy?
          2. What will the college do with the extra money?
        4. Contact scholarships before they send money to the college, if over-awarded. 
          1. What is their over-awarded policy?
          2. Can the scholarship be deferred? Deferred means held for a period of time. If it is deferred, it is not counted as income for the current year.
        To keep money students may request the following, but the policy for each college and scholarship will determine how the over-awarded money is allocated.

        1. To have funds applied to future tuition
        2. To cover childcare expenses when applicable
        3. To cover the cost of health insurance or other medical expenses when a student and/or parent pays out of pocket
        4. To have a one-time computer and printer purchase
        5. To have scholarship providers defer/hold the award for a year or longer
        Gerardo Ochoa, Associate Director of Financial Aid, Linfield College, Portland, Oregon


        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. 
        CustomerService@PathToScholarships.org * www.PathToScholarships.org www.Edudaris.com

        Like Us on Facebook: Path to Scholarships * Subscribe on YouTube: June McBride Channel
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        New Path to Scholarships® Two-Day Trainer Seminar (TOT) Schedule and Certification Options!

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        New online alternative is now available for receiving first time Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification = Twenty (20) Hours of Staff Development
        For the first time, we are now offering an online Path to Scholarships Trainer Certification for educators wanting to obtain their initial certification, as an alternative option to attending the Path to Scholarships Trainer Seminar. Information and details are on www.pathtoscholarships.org Trainer Certification link

        Path to Scholarships® book series by nationally acclaimed author, June Pichardo-McBride, M.A., is for ALL students from elementary school to college inspiring ALL students with a dream and hope for a better future. It empowers students by giving them the tools they need to begin planning early. Scholarships are available to all students from elementary school to graduate school.

        What is Path to Scholarships®?
        • An academic program that empowers all students to prepare for college and scholarships, thus reducing the dropout rateincreasing the graduation rate, and motivating ALL students to do above average things!
        • More than information, facts, and scholarships, it is the vehicle that motivates and inspires students to Dare to Dream Great Dreams with 5 Steps!
        • A career, college, and scholarship planning guide that empowers students with checklists, planning forms, and organizational tools that assist students to reach their dream of college with money to pay for their dream!
        Why Should I Certify as a Trainer?
        • Receive new tools and strategies for your toolbox to extend the reach of the counselor!
        • Understand how to guide students to Dare to Dream Great Dreams with 5 Steps while applying ten successful dropout prevention strategies
        • Path to Scholarships® Trainer Files and PowerPoints will be available only upon successful completion of certification.


        The Path to Scholarships® Two-Day Trainer Seminar (TOT) is based on June McBride’s forty plus years of educational experience and her teacher-created resources: Path to Scholarships® curricula and student workbooks for elementary, middle school, high school, and college students.


        The Path to Scholarships® Trainer Seminar (TOT) and the Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification Program provides an in-depth study of information, methods, and strategies that increase the participants’ knowledge and understanding of how to motivate, inspire, and guide students to successfully prepare for a career, college, and scholarships. Instruction, resources, and materials are provided on the tools and strategies that are used to empower all students to reach their dream of a college education and the money to pay for their dream.

        Can a School District or Organization Host a Path to Scholarships® Trainer Seminar?
        Absolutely, many school districts have hosted a trainer seminar and you can too. Please give June McBride a call for details at 407-877-9630 or Customer Service at 407-406-4180.

        Path to Scholarships® Certified Trainers in Woodburn, Oregon, January 2014

        Become a Path to Scholarships® Core Certified Trainer (TOT) - Two Options Available

        Initial Certification Only 
        Choose ONE of the certification options below valid for two (2) years or choose BOTH valid for three (3) years. 
        If you attend the Two-day Trainer Seminar, you can add option two for 60% off at $199.99. 

        1) 
        Path to Scholarships® Two-Day Trainer Seminar (TOT) 

            Twenty (20) hours of staff development
        • Must be present and participate both days
        • Complete and submit the trainer assignments within ten (10) business days of the Trainer Seminar
        • Cost: $499.99 with curriculum materials
        2) Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification Course (TOT) on Edudaris.com     
             Twenty (20) hours of staff development
        • Complete the Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification Course assignments on Edudaris.com
        • Trainers will have up to ten (10) business days from the date of purchase to call and begin the course
        • Thirty (30) business days to complete the certification assignments.
        • This course will take approximately twenty (20) hours to complete, plan for three to four (3-4) hours per week.
        • Cost: $499.99 with curriculum materials

        Re-Certification Only  
        Choose ONE of the certification options below valid for two (2) years or choose BOTH valid for three (3) years. 
        If you attend the Two-day Trainer Seminar, you can add option two for 60% off at $199.99. 

        1) Path to Scholarships® Two-Day Trainer Seminar (TOT) 
             Twenty (20) hours of staff development
        • Must be present and participate both days
        • Complete and submit the trainer assignments within ten (10) business days of the Trainer Seminar
        • Cost: $499.99 with curriculum materials
        2) Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification Course (TOT) on Edudaris.com  
             Twenty (20) hours of staff development
        • Complete the Path to Scholarships® Trainer Certification Course assignments on Edudaris.com
        • Trainers will have up to ten (10) business days from the date of purchase to call and begin the course
        • Thirty (30) business days to complete the certification assignments.
        • This course will take approximately twenty (20) hours to complete, plan for three to four (3-4) hours per week.
        • Cost: $399.99

        No Refunds: Substitutions are permissible or money may be applied to future workshop dates, if sessions are available.

        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. 
        CustomerService@PathToScholarships.org * www.PathToScholarships.org www.Edudaris.com 

        Like Us on Facebook: Path to Scholarships * Subscribe on YouTube: June McBride Channel
        Follow Us on Twitter * LinkedIn * Instagram * Pinterest * Google +