Understanding What’s in an Award Letter

May 1st is approaching–the deadline for accepting or declining your college offers of admission. Most colleges abide by this deadline and if you haven’t made your decision yet, there’s no time … Read More

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Guest Blogger
April 23, 2014
 

Weekly Scholarship Winner: Raymond Tang

rayspic Congratulations to Raymond Tang, our latest Weekly “Three Sentence Essay” Scholarship winner! We all have something that we can’t live without. For some of us it might be a favorite pillow, … Read More

written by
Jordan Smallwood
April 23, 2014
 

5 Websites Every Junior MUST Visit For College Research

You’re on this journey–if you succeed, you’ll achieve all your (college-related) dreams. It might be long. It might be arduous. But hey. At least you’ve got the Internet. Sometimes, though, sifting … Read More

written by
Jacqueline Kim
April 22, 2014
 

Are You a Teenage Insomniac?

“What hath night to do with sleep?” ― John Milton If you consider your sleep schedule to be the struggle of a lifetime then take heart. You are in good company. … Read More

written by
Enoma Osakue
April 21, 2014
 

How to Nab Last-Minute Volunteer Hours

Maybe you’re the ultimate procrastinator, and you have only a few volunteer hours you need to accomplish for school or for your college application. And by few, we actually mean a … Read More

written by
Jacqueline Kim
April 18, 2014
 

I Got Rejected! Now What?!

“Did you get a small envelope or a big one?” If you applied for colleges last fall, you’re going to get very, very sick and tired of that question this fast. … Read More

written by
Jacqueline Kim
April 17, 2014
 

Weekly Scholarship Winner: Misti Allen

Misti Allen Congratulations to Misti Allen, our latest Weekly “Three Sentence Essay” Scholarship winner! For a lot of us, our room is our safe haven. Many students spend more time inside their … Read More

written by
Jordan Smallwood
April 16, 2014
 

Drop These Bad Habits Before College

By senior year, many students have heard their teachers say, “You’re doing well in high school, but wait until college…” It’s true – college can be more difficult than high school. … Read More

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Guest Blogger
April 15, 2014
 

Weekly Scholarship Winner: Helena McGill

Helena McGill Congratulations to Helena McGill, our latest Weekly “Three Sentence Essay” Scholarship winner! When you were younger, did you ever make a time capsule with your class for people for the … Read More

written by
Jordan Smallwood
April 10, 2014
 

Taking Your Next Scholarship Essay to the Top

Thinking about applying for the next Zinch Weekly Scholarship? Or maybe you’re working on another application in hopes of earning some extra cash for college. Whether you’re writing a stellar 3-sentence … Read More

written by
Guest Blogger
April 8, 2014
 
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