Don’t miss out, get money for college!

Last year, about 6,000 Dallas County seniors each left thousands of dollars in grant aid on the table by not filing a FAFSA . Don’t let that be you! Come get one-on-one assistance filling out the FAFSA or TASFA at a local workshop so you’re eligible to receive money for college.

admin

About admin

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far admin has created 188 entries.

Tuition Tuesday: Scholarship Motivation for the End of Your Summer Break

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

As we near the end of summer break, I have a question for you: Is your scholarship momentum increasing or decreasing?

In case you need a little push to get things done or encouragement to keep going – here’s some motivation from one of my former high school art teachers.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Jaco’s Rules for […]

By |July 25th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Apply for Scholarships Based on Your Extracurricular Activities

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

The other day on Facebook, I saw a video showcasing “palm painting portraits”. It’s okay…I had never heard of the terminology either.

It’s when an artist paints a realistic portrait on the palm of their hand, then uses their palm as a stamp. The paint is transferred from their hand to the canvas, […]

By |July 18th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Planning Your Scholarship Work, Working Your Scholarship Plan Part 3

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

Over the 4th of July break, I really dissected the message behind Parts 1 and 2 of this series…and I realized I had missed something very important: The Art of Finishing.

We often struggle with getting started, but completing a project can be equally challenging.

Think about the papers you start and finish a […]

By |July 11th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Planning Your Scholarship Work, Working Your Scholarship Plan Part 2

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

I really hope that you took last week’s Tuition Tuesday post seriously.
It was a busy week for me (I’m finishing up 125+ pages of content for a new scholarship resource), so make sure you refresh your memory by clicking here.

Now that you’ve planned the work you’re going to do over the remainder […]

By |June 27th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

FAFSA Week 35 Update | Goal Met!

College Access & Success Advocates,

CONGRATS! 14,938 (53%)* of Dallas County seniors have completed the FAFSA as of May 26. This is 4,176 more seniors with complete applications compared to where you all were May 26 last year.

Shout Outs:

In 12 out of 15 districts, more than half of seniors have completed FAFSA applications. DeSoto ISD and Uplift Education have the highest […]

By |June 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Planning Your Scholarship Work, Working Your Scholarship Plan

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

By now, you should know that what you do over the summer can hurt or help your chances of winning scholarships.

Because of this, I want to make sure that you have a strategy. The next two Tuition Tuesdays will be devoted to helping you create a summer scholarship plan.

I’m not asking you […]

By |June 20th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Why Winning Scholarship Essays Take Time

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

Some things just don’t microwave well.

For example, you probably wouldn’t want a steak that’s been cooked in the microwave. Although it would be edible, it wouldn’t be appealing to your taste buds.

How about a steak that’s cooked in the oven, on the stove, or on a countertop grill? I’m sure it would […]

By |June 6th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: What to Do When You Find a Scholarship at the Last Minute

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

I don’t know if this has ever happened to you, but sometimes I find scholarships days before they’re due. In some instances, it’s the day of!

Here are a few tips I recommend for when you stumble upon a scholarship at the last minute:

Double check the application deadline. Depending on the […]

By |May 30th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Why Consistently Applying for Scholarships Matters

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

This week’s Tuition Tuesday post is an “oldie but goodie”. It focuses on something that we sometimes overlook when going through the scholarship process: Growth.

Keep that word in mind as you read this week’s post…

____________________

In Asia, there’s something called a Chinese bamboo tree.

And although bamboo is quite common in […]

By |May 23rd, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments

Tuition Tuesday: Another Place to Find Scholarship Information

R. Gabrielle McCormick
gab@scholarshipinformer.com
facebook.com/ScholarshipInformer
twitter.com/ScholarshipTalk

Graduation season is upon us! With that comes a great opportunity for you to collect scholarship information.

As college graduates reflect on their experience, there are probably a few things you can learn – especially if you’ll be attending that institution.

Here are a few questions I suggest asking anyone that’s graduating:

Did you […]

By |May 16th, 2017|Tuition Tuesday|0 Comments