Secrets of a Scholarship Pro

Hendershot, Steve
December 2003
Campus Life;Dec2003 Special Issue, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p38
Focuses on the ways on the successful acquisition of scholarships for college in the U.S. Discovery of the available scholarship; Contact of the scholarship provider through a form letter; Application for the scholarship.


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