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Monday, April 29, 2013

High-Paying Washington DC Scholarships

High-Paying Washington DC Scholarships

Do high-paying Washington DC scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in certain scholarship search services that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time deliberately censoring valuable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid information from Moms, mothers, and students seeking scholarships, and grants.

Neither will you find the best high-paying Washington DC Scholarships in the database of the Washington DC Department of Education, or in scholarship links listed on the Washington DC Higher Education website. Private scholarship sponsors work best without government influence, and without the government being a nuisance in the administration or sponsorship of Washington DC Scholarships. An example of government waste is the United States Postal Service. Despite having an annual budget of over $50 billion dollars, the United States Postal Service is broke. I am sure there are plenty of moms, mothers, and women who can better manage even 1% of the U.S.P.S. budget.

Free Washington DC Scholarship Searches
That do not require A Logon or Password

Washington DC moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Washington DC Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Washington DC Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. The NAAS.ORG website has FREE Washington DC Scholarships searches 24 hours per day. Repeat: Scholarship searches conducted on the NAAS.ORG website are entirely free, and do not need a login or password. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We are not "Sworn" to censorship like scholarship search service companies that appear on government websites. We trust that Washington DC moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisions about Washington DC scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by college scholarship search companies that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time they are methodically deleting, blocking, and censoring Washington DC scholarship information on their public facebook pages, and other social media channels when such information should really be shared with other Washington DC residents.

If you are an Washington DC resident, or person interested in attending an Washington DC college, or university, then your search for high-paying Washington DC scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Washington DC scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Washington DC scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with the right college scholarship sponsor that has a history of delivering high-paying Washington DC scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Washington DC scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

The best athlete or college scholarship search company does not run or hide. If a college scholarship database companies claims "We're the Best & We're FREE", but censors their college scholarship database or hides scholarship data from college scholarship applicants then they are not the best.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Washington DC Scholarships

If Washington DC is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Washington DC , then we have high-paying Washington DC Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Washington DC Scholarships? We consider a Washington DC Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Washington DC scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or McDonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Washington DC scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made available to eligible students seeking high-paying Washington DC scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Washington DC scholarships, official State of Washington DC Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), and various other official Washington DC Grant programs, and private sources of Washington DC scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our Washington DC Scholarships page:
High-Paying Washington DC  Scholarships

For a summary of Unclaimed Washington DC  Scholarships that may be suitable for moms, mothers, students, and working adults, please visit our Scholarship Programs page:
Unclaimed Washington DC  Scholarships

For a summary of the Top 50 Washington DC Scholarships that may be suitable for moms, mothers, students, and working adults, please visit our Scholarship Blog page:
Top 50 Washington DC  Scholarships

Financial Advice from FinAid.Org

Financial Advice from FinAid.Org

This is a professional review of the financial-aid advice from FinAid.Org as well as a review of the finaid.org scholarship search service. Students, moms, mothers, and working adults need a consumer review of the FinAid.Org scholarship search service since its claims that " since 1999, we have helped millions of students, parents and counselors search 2.7 million local, state & national college scholarships & grants worth over 19 billion dollars...". FinAid.Org claims to have a database of at least 1.5 million scholarships as of the time this article was first published.

In order to carefully review FinAid.Org, we must review FinAid.Org with the same set of criteria we use for other scholarship search databases. We review the scholarship history of FinAid.Org, the scholarship database creativity of finaid.org, their scholarship published claims of finaid.org vs. documented facts by government or independent agencies concerning finaid.org. We review other factors about Schlolarships.Com also. We review factors as their Scholarship Yield, Scholarship Quotient, FaceBook habits, their receptivity to competitive scholarship listing sources, the quality of their scholarship listings, their scholarship advertising claims, their duplicate scholarship listings, their excluded scholarship listings, their association with other scholarship listing services, and the success rate of their scholarship recipients, as well as what third-party agencies or organizations that FinAid.Org is associated with.

Purpose of the FinAid.Org Financial Advice review.

The purpose of the Financial Advice review of FinAid.Org is to assist scholarship seekers and educators evaluate the merits and services of FinAid.Org. This financial advice and scholarship search service review also touches upon the FastWeb scholarship search service since both FastWeb and FinAid.Org tend to be alter-egos of each other. This report additionally concerns the quality, credibility, integrity, and legitimacy of the FinAid.Org scholarship search service amongst its peers in the scholarship search service industry. We conduct a detailed review of all major scholarship search service companies, and post our reviews without charge on our websites and scholarship blogs.

Login Requirements for FinAid.Org: Catch and Bait Method

Scholarship applicants using FinAid.Org are required to enter or create a personal profile to logon before using the FinAid.Org search service. Once your email has been served up, and you have created your scholarship profile, then you can expect to receive numerous, and constant emails from finaid.org. If you do not want to receive mass bulk emails from FinAid.Org then simply be sure to not check any boxes that require a subscription or sharing of your email address.

Superfluous finaid.org Scholarship Search Features

Finaid.org has numerous features for scholarship seekers. Not all the features, however, are really necessary. Many of the features of FinAid.Org are essentially the same features found on many other scholarship search services' websites, such as its primary competitor, Scholarships.Com. For example, finaid.org provides a scholarship box with certain features, such as the GPA. The GPA feature is non-functional. When a prospective scholarship seeker applies actual input to the search box, the search feature produces a very vague response like "Award: $10000 Deadline: Varies. The [xxx] Scholars Program is open to underrepresented and first - generation college - bound students." There is no hint or evidence if the scholarship is specific to your region, location, major, or what all the details are about. Instead, FinAid.org requires user to "login" for more information instead of simply presenting all of the information at first. This is the Catch-And-Bait method that many scholarship search companies use. The "catch" is your personal login details and the "bait" is the vague scholarship. Unlike Scholarships.Com, we did not observe any so-called Success stories claimed by FinAid.Org. Typically, claims of "success stories" by scholarship search companies are irrelevant and meaningless because each scholarship applicant is different, and many scholarship applicants using FinAid.Org may not apply for the same scholarships.

Consumer Tests for finaid.org

FinAid.Org was tested in June 2012, March of 2013, and again in April 2013. Scholarship students were recruited to contact FinAid.Org via their social media channels. FinAid.Org DID NOT censor comments, or block our posts on social media channels. This demonstrates that FinAid.Org is practicing good scholarship ethics. Scholarships.Com, and College Prowler, by comparison, immediately policed the comments and censored them before potential scholarship applicants could be informed of the $25,000 Scholarships that we were sponsoring. Any scholarship search service that blocks, censors, or obstructs the objective of students seeking financial-aid is probably a scholarship search service that you do not want to rely upon.

FinAid.Org Like many Scholarship Search Services

Students need to know that not all scholarship search services are the same, but many rely upon the same scholarship database. Scholarship Search services, including Scholarships.Con, do differ from one another in several respects. Some scholarship search services are open to the public, and some scholarship search services are closed. Finaid.org has an open record for its social media channels like FaceBook, etc. For example, FastWeb was tested during this time period, and we were not blocked, censored, or obtructed. FinAid.Org, on the other hand, appears to have varying criteria for its database of scholarships, grants, or financial-aid, as well as who is entitled to visit and participate on its social media channels. The "criteria" that is used appears to be arbitrary, capricious, selective, and certainly not uniform. Beware of Scholarship Search companies that create their own so-called "criteria" to justify having a censored scholarship database, or censored social media channel.

Scholarship Yield of finaid.org

We will use the term Scholarship Yield. Scholarship Yield is a term invented by National Academy of American Scholars. A Scholarship Yield is a mathematical calculation using Calculus that helps to determine and measure the robustness of a scholarship database. In simple terms, Scholarship Yield helps to determine if a scholarship database is all fluff and no meat, and whether its data is fresh relative to the population-age it is serving. For the mathematical equation of the Scholarship Yield, please contact an NAAS Specialist.

We illustrated the concept of Scholarship Yield as it applies to another scholarship search company, scholarships.com in a prevous review. The Scholarship Yield of FinAid.Org is a function of its claimed 1.5 million scholarships vs. the population of eligible scholarship candidates, demographic data, an equalization factor.

If we use the figures provided by FinAid.Org, and their reported claims, then over the span of 10 years, the Scholarship Yield of FinAid.Org has not been impressive.

History, Founding, and Business model of FinAid.Org Search Service.

FinAid Page, Inc. and Fastweb were created at virtually the same time. FastWEB.com, L.L.C.,is a company organized in Delaware and has a Federal Employer Identification Number of 51-0377304. It was organized and formed in or about September 13, 1996. However, when Fastweb was formed, it had a principal place of business in the state of Ilinois, Lake County. Mr. Robert Michelson was listed as the original Registered Agent, and he claimed to share the same office as FastWEB.com, L.L.C. A Mr. Leon Heller was listed as the President of Trustar Investments, Inc., general partner of Trustar Investments, L.P., manager of Trustar, L.L.C., manager of fastWEB.com, L.L.C., according to documents filed with Ilinois in 1996

Likewise, FinAid Page, Inc., was formed on July 2, 1996, barely 60 days prior to the formation of FastWEB.com, L.L.C. It is a huge coincidence that two different companies formed in two different states at nearly the same time eventually become so entertwined together.

In fact, the College Prowler scholarship search service, which is another suspicious scholarship search company, also has CMU graduates as its founders. Apparently, CMU has become a university of producing financial-aid search companies instead of business of technology. FinAid.Org has a business model similar to many scholarship search listing companies. The basic business model is that it acts as a lead generator for institutions associated with NASFAA (National Associaton of Student Financial-Aid Administrators).

Students are requested to complete detailed forms, and the information supplied by students appears to sold or bartered to participating institutions. The scholarship database offered by FinAid.Org IS NOT an open source database. Students or applicants must be willing to exchange their personal information, login into a secure area, and each student may be bombarded by telemarketers, and inappropriate colleges or universities after registration.

FinAid.Org Association with Controversial Organizations.

Aside from using a business model essentially identical to other scholarship search agencies, FinAid.Org is also associated with the National Scholarship Providers Association (N.S.P.A.), National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), and Carnegie Mellon University. Mark Kantrowitz is a former student of CMU, and CMU has paid membership fees as a member of NASFAA. In fact, Kantrowitz created the first website for NASFAA; he helped draft the idea for N.S.P.A., and he is one of the original board members of this controversial entity.

To fuel its growth, and credibility, FinAid.org has relied upon a number of factors. FinAid.Org has had a controversial, and still unexplained relationship with NASFAA. What we mean by unexplained is that there is no credible evidence as to why NASFAA would select an inexperienced person who was simply a student from CMU and who had not accomplished a single financial-aid task of national proportions, as a source for sponsorship. After agreeing to sponsor the FinAid.Org page, NASFAA back-tracked agreed that it would not honor a previous agreed upon two-year sponsorship. As a mere student, Mark Kantrowitz was allowed to use CMU university servers, university equipment to run and operate his student-formed FinAid.org page. Kantrowitz was afforded special and discriminatory privileges that were unavailable to others. Kantrowitz was allowed complete, total, and unfettered free reign of CMU resources and computing equipment. Mark Kantrowitz was allowed to create, host, and use his newly created FinAid.org website on state-funded CMU servers, and use a CMU phone numbers as his business office phone. Nonetheless, FinAid.Org modeled itself largely after Finaid.org.

Furthermore, the published association of FinAid.Org with the N.S.P.A., is also a red-flag for concern. The National Scholarship Provider's Association is a third-party middle-man organization that seeks to increase the leverage for exclusing scholarship listings; i.e., censoring popular scholarship programs. Since its inception and creation, some persons believe that N.S.P.A. has been stacked with persons and institutions connected with NASFAA and/or Kantrowitz. FinAid.Org apparently was unaware of the fact that the consensus running theory is that the central purpose of the N.S.P.A. is to CENSOR legitimate scholarship information and financial-aid programs and instead to steer students towards entities that are paid advertisers and/or members of NASFAA.

Growth of FinAid.Org Search Service

The growth of FinAid.Org is parallel to the growth of numeroua other scholarship search services, and similar scholarship search services. This should be no surprise since both the Fastweb and FinAid.org entities are associated with NASFAA. The growth of FinAid.Org has been fueled by members of NASFAA, and its association with N.S.P.A. who in turn recommend FinAid.Org to its students, and administrators.

Summary of the FinAid.Org Review

In summary, the FinAid.Org/Fastweb scholarship search site is a decent scholarship search service. It has been recommended by many main-stream media sources. However, the main-stream media is the least trustful of sources because often times the main-stream media has vested interest in what scholarship search service they are promoting. Also, whan the main-stream media promotes services like FinAid.Org or Fastweb, the main-stream media reporters are not required to disclose or dislaim whether or not the reporter is being paid a "review fee" or whether or not a relative of the reporter is or has received a scholarship or other material benefit from FinAid.org.

FinAid.Org is also a reputed member of the Better Business Bureau, and has in the past publishesed such claims. This is also a red flag. Membership into the BBB is often a red flag for corruption, and use of the BBB name to invite or generate customers is often a technique used to disguise poor service. Companies that are members of the Better Business Bureau tend to be really arrogant and lacking in customer service because the company understands that its BBB membership fee is free pass for poor service and while maintaining a good BBB Reliability Report.

Over the course of 25 years, my experience with BBB member companies is almost like dealing with criminals in a candy store. The BBB logo and BBB membership status is the candy craved by criminals. No great company needs the BBB.

FinAid.Org collects student information and shares this data with its partners. The practice of sharing data with advertisers or sponsors is not unusual or atypical by scholarship search companies.

When students log into their respective FinAid.Org profile area, students are immediately bombarded with an array of choices and possibilities. Some of these scholarship choices are irrelevant and may be considered irrelevant.

The Scholarship Yield of FinAid.Org is not impressive. Many of the concepts and practices of FinAid.Org are duplicated by other scholarship search databases. Many of the scholarship listings of FinAid.Org can be found in other scholarship databases.

Do you need FinAid.Org Scholarship Search Service?

Do you need FinAid.Org? No. Not really. There are many scholarship search services out there. The main reason for using any scholarship search service is the understanding that you are using a legitimate, complete, and non-censored scholarship database. If your scholarship search service is filtering scholarship entries then you will miss out on valuable scholarships. FinAid.Org has a history of even blocking comments on its Facebook channel.

Recommendations to FinAid.Org Scholarship Search Service

FinAid.Org Scholarship Search Service should require that its datasbase of Featured Scholarship listing companies like Scholarship Points, and College Prowler cease their practice of censoring, deleting, and/or blocking important information that can be shared with students, educators, and others. By being silent and taking no action, FinAid.Org is agreeing to the tactics of College Prowler, and Scholarship points. Censoring information is an admission of inferiority and poor service.

FinAid Scholarship Search Service should cease the practice of requiring students to logon before receiving the full details of their scholarship. That's our opinion, and scholarship review of the FinAid.Org scholarship search service. Please log into our Scholarship Blog and leave your reply comments.


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Thursday, April 25, 2013

High-Paying Delaware Scholarships

High-Paying Delaware Scholarships

Do high-paying Delaware scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in certain scholarship search services that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time deliberately censoring valuable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid information from Moms, mothers, and students seeking scholarships, and grants.

Neither will you find the best high-paying Delaware Scholarships in the database of the Delaware Department of Education, or in scholarship links listed on the Delaware Higher Education website. Private scholarship sponsors work best without government influence, and without the government being a nuisance in the administration or sponsorship of Delaware Scholarships. An example of government waste is the United States Postal Service. Despite having an annual budget of over $50 billion dollars, the United States Postal Service is broke. I am sure there are plenty of moms, mothers, and women who can better manage even 1% of the U.S.P.S. budget.

Free Delaware Scholarship Searches
That do not require A Logon or Password

Delaware moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Delaware Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Delaware Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. Scholarship searches conducted on the NAAS.ORG website are entirely free, and do not need a login or password. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We are not "Sworn" to censorship like scholarship search service companies that appear on government websites. We trust that Delaware moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisions about Delaware scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by college scholarship search companies that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time they are methodically deleting, blocking, and censoring Delaware scholarship information on their public facebook pages, and other social media channels when such information should really be shared with other Delaware residents.

If you are an Delaware resident, or person interested in attending an Delaware college, or university, then your search for high-paying Delaware scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Delaware scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Delaware scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with the right college scholarship sponsor that has a history of delivering high-paying Delaware scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Delaware scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

The best athlete or college scholarship search company does not run or hide. If a college scholarship database companies claims "We're the Best & We're FREE", but censors their college scholarship database or hides scholarship data from college scholarship applicants then they are not the best.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Delaware Scholarships

If Delaware is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Delaware, then we have high-paying Delaware Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Delaware Scholarships? We consider a Delaware Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Delaware scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or McDonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Delaware scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made available to eligible students seeking high-paying Delaware scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Delaware scholarships, official State of Delaware Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), and various other official Delaware Grant programs, and private sources of Delaware scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our Delaware Scholarships page:
High-Paying Delaware Scholarships

For a summary of Unclaimed Delaware Scholarships that may be suitable for moms, mothers, students, and working adults, please visit our Scholarship Programs page:
Unclaimed Delaware Scholarships

For a summary of the Top 50 Delaware Scholarships that may be suitable for moms, mothers, students, and working adults, please visit our Scholarship Blog page:
Top 50 Delaware Scholarships

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

High-Paying Connecticut Scholarships

High-Paying Connecticut Scholarships

Do high-paying Connecticut scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in certain scholarship search services that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time deliberately censoring valuable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid information from Moms, mothers, and students seeking scholarships, and grants.

Moms, mothers, and students are intelligent enough to know what Connecticut scholarships, grants, and financial-aid they want to apply for, and they do not need scholarship search services insulting their intelligence by deleting or censoring popular scholarships, grants, and financial-aid from their scholarship databases because of political reasons, competition, or personal bias of the college scholarship search service.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Connecticut Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Connecticut Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. Scholarship searches conducted on the NAAS.ORG website are entirely free, and do not need a login or password. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We trust that moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisions about Connecticut scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by college scholarship search companies that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time methodically deleting, blocking, and censoring Connecticut scholarship information on their public facebook pages when such information is shared or posted by other Connecticut scholarship sponsors.

If you are an Connecticut resident, or person interested in attending an Connecticut college, or university, then your search for high-paying Connecticut scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Connecticut scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Connecticut scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with the right college scholarship sponsor that has a history of delivering high-paying Connecticut scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Connecticut scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

The best athlete or college scholarship search company does not run or hide. If a college scholarship database companies claims "We're the Best & We're FREE", but censors their college scholarship database or hides scholarship data from college scholarship applicants then they are not the best.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Connecticut Scholarships

If Connecticut is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Connecticut, then we have high-paying Connecticut Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Connecticut Scholarships? We consider a Connecticut Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Connecticut scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or McDonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Connecticut scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made available to eligible students seeking high-paying Connecticut scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Connecticut scholarships, official State of Connecticut Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), and various other official Connecticut Grant programs, and private sources of Connecticut scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our Connecticut Scholarships page:
High-Paying Connecticut Scholarships

For a summary of Unclaimed Connecticut Scholarships that may be suitable for moms, mothers, students, and working adults, please visit our Scholarship Programs page:
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Sunday, April 21, 2013

High-Paying Colorado Scholarships

High-Paying Colorado Scholarships

Do high-paying Colorado scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in certain scholarship search services that claim to be the "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time deliberately censoring valuable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid information from Moms, mothers, and students seeking scholarships, and grants.

Moms, mothers, and students are intelligent enough to know what Colorado scholarships, grants, and financial-aid they want to apply for, and they do not need scholarship search services insulting their intelligence by deleting or censoring popular scholarships, grants, and financial-aid from their scholarship databases because of political reasons, competition, or personal bias of the college scholarship search service.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Colorado Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Colorado Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. Scholarship searches conducted on the NAAS.ORG website are entirely free, and do not need a login or password. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We trust that moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisions about Colorado scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by college scholarship search companies that claim "We're the Best & We're FREE" while at the same time methodically deleting, blocking, and censoring Colorado scholarship information on their public facebook pages when such information is shared or posted by other Colorado scholarship sponsors.

If you are an Colorado resident, or person interested in attending an Colorado college, or university, then your search for high-paying Colorado scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Colorado scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Colorado scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with the right college scholarship sponsor that has a history of delivering high-paying Colorado scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Colorado scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

The best athlete or college scholarship search company does not run or hide. If a college scholarship database companies claims "We're the Best & We're FREE", but censors their college scholarship database or hides scholarship data from college scholarship applicants then they are not the best.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Colorado Scholarships

If Colorado is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Colorado, then we have high-paying Colorado Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Colorado Scholarships? We consider a Colorado Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Colorado scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or Mcdonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Colorado scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made availble to eligible students seeking high-paying Colorado scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Colorado scholarships, and grants, please visit our Colorado Scholarships page:
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Friday, April 19, 2013

Misleading Financial-Aid: Part I

Misleading Financial-Aid, Scholarship Points, and Mark Kantrowitz: Part I

An Internet source reports that the self-styled Financial-Aid Expert Mark Kantrowitz will be joining the Scholarship Points team. Amazing! Incredible! On April 9th, 2013, the company that owns Scholarship Points announced that Mark Kantrowitz will be joining the team as Senior Vice President and Publisher of the Edvisors Network. In this role, Kantrowitz will apparently be responsible for the expansion of quality content across the Edvisors network. Scholarship Points also announced that the self-styled Financial-Aid Expert Mark Kantrowitz will also continue to serve as a "thought leader within the financial aid community."

Scholarship Points claims that "with more than two decades of experience in financial aid, scholarships and student loans, Kantrowitz is an invaluable resource to those seeking information on higher education." This sort of statement is not surprising from a company that operates lottery-style financial-aid programs for students. The marriage of the controversial self-proclaimed "Financial-Aid" Expert Mark Kantrowitz, and the social-gaming scholarship points generator Scholarship Points is certainly an odd couple, and reveals the true character of Mark Kantrowitz.

“We are thrilled to have Mark Kantrowitz join the Edvisors team,” said Joe Kakaty, CEO of Edvisors. “I am extremely pleased to join the Edvisors team,” said Mark Kantrowitz. In 1995, and during the United State's governments' widely advertised "Scholar$$Scam" campaign, the same Mark Kantrowitz criticized hundreds of legitimate scholarship sponsors, including respected organizations like National Academy of American Scholars, and National Merit Scholarship programs, as running a "lottery-style" scholarship. According to Mark Kantrowitz, who was nothing more than a student living in the Squirrel Hill apartments just outside of the main Carnegie Mellon University campus, programs that had been established, licensed, and respected for decades were now "scams" based solely upon his deformed reasoning. For example, The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955 and has always assessed an application fee. For example, National Academy of American Scholars required scholarship applicants to:

  1. Submit an actual written scholarship application;
  2. Submit a letter of recommendation for a scholarship;
  3. Submit three character references for your scholarship;
  4. Be subject to at least two interviews for a scholarship award;
  5. Etc.

I know of no lottery in the entire world that requires a lottery-applicant to be subject to these type of detailed extensive standards. However, according to the mainstream media's "Financial-Aid Expert", all of us apparently dumb Americans who cannot think for ourselves, and who are not allowed to question or critic the mainstream media's "Financial-Aid Expert", we must accept each and every statement made by this alleged "Financial-Aid" expert. We are not allowed to question any remark, theory, or any statement made by Mark Kantrowitz because the main-stream media has anointed Mark Kantrowitz (bald, homely, and uninspiring, as he may be), as America's unquestioned "Financial-Aid" expert. The picture posted above was taken in the mid 1990s. Since that time Mark Kantrowitz has lost a significant amount of hair.

Mark Kantrowitz: Skilled Self-Promotion Financial-Aid Artist

In 1988, the same year National Academy of American Scholars was founded by the academic superior to Mark Kantrowitz, Kantrowitz was still toiling for the MIT campus newspaper. America's "Financial-Aid Expert" was not even in the financial-aid industry when National Academy of American Scholars and many other scholarship sponsors were founded. Nonetheless, the main-stream medias' so-called "Financial-Aid Expert" seemingly claimed to know EVERYTHING about the whole financial-aid industry in 1995. Legal counsel I have spoken to concerning Mark Kantrowitz refer to him as nothing more than a clever "Financial-Aid" self-promotion artist. I know of no state-certification tests or government exams administered by any government authority that proclaims him to be a "Financial-Aid Expert." I know of no brokerage exams administered by the New York stock exchange, or the NASDAQ stock exchange stock markets, or from his friends at the U.S. Department of Education that Mark Kantrowitz has passed that officially certify him to be a "Financial-Aid" expert. I know of no judicial proceedings in which a court admnistrator has certified Mark Kantrowitz as a "Financial-Aid Expert". Heck, I even inquried at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, and they have no records of Mark Kantrowitz as graduating as a "Financial-Aid" expert. In reality, I agree with the legal assessment that Mark Kantrowitz is nothing more than a skilled and cunning self-promotion "Financial-Aid" artist. Plain and simple. I further agree that the main-stream media's constant referral of Mark Kantrowitz as a "Financial-Aid Expert" is simply further evidence that the main-stream cannot be trusted. Mr. Kantrowitz has used his association with placed government sources and others to generate huge personal profits while deceptively promoting himself to be a "Financial-Aid" expert.

Information and public reports suggests that Kantrowitz has routinely twisted, tweaked, and re-fashioned his principles and theories to suit his competitor target(s) of "Financial-Aid." For example, if his target was in California, Kantrowitz would announce that scholarship sponsors in "California" could not e trusted. If his same target moved to "Nevada" then Kantrowitz would alter his script and announce that scholarship sponsors in "Nevada" could not be trusted. If his same target then moved to "Texas", then he would re-fashion his moving script to match the location of his financial-aid target.

Despite his comedy of "financial-aid" reviews, his extensive flaws, his numerous contradictions, and his lack of legitimate credentials as an actual "Financial-Expert", educated and intelligent Americans are being asked to support the main-stream media's false contention that Mark Kantrowitz is a legitimate "Financial-Aid" expert.

The N.Y. York Times or Bloomberg won't make that statement or question the credentials of their "Financial-Aid" expert. Neither will you find meaningful, objective, fair, high-standards, and accurate reporting in any of those publications.

In fact, Scholarship Points conceded in legal papers that its scholarship points system should be compared to social-gaming. Scholarship Points is the organization that operates a "lottery-style" scholarship points system that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office concluded was little more than a social-gaming system of scholarship points. Thus, the United States Patent and Trademark Office correctly and properly denied the trademark application of Scholarship Points by the Scholarship Points company, Edvisors.

Hush!! Don't believe what the the United States Patent and Trademark Office says or does because they are not the personal flunky of Mark Kantrowitz like the N.Y. Times, Bloomberg, and the other media companies detailed below. Many of these main-stream media companies incorrectly reported the arrest of the Boston Marathon murder suspects. If these same main-stream media companies cannot even report accurately as to whether or not a brazen murder suspect is even in police custody then don't expect educated and intelligent Americans, moms, mothers, and women, to believe they are accurate in describing Mark Kantrowitz as a glorified, holy, "Financial-Aid" expert.

"Financial-Aid Expert" Mark Kantrowitz, O.J. Simpson Prosecutor Marcia Clark, and Scholarship Points.

The employment of Mark Kantrowitz with a company like Scholarship Points presents an opportunity to again reassess the credibility, integrity, and character of self-proclaimed "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz. Do you remember the prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial? Marcia Clark was hired to be a District Attorney by the county of Los Angeles. She appeared to be so tough as a prosecutor, so careful in her deliberations, so "judicial" and so "lawyer-like". However, when TV cameras began to roll, Marcia appeared to put in more effort for her mascara and make-up than her legal analysis. She wore her finest jewelry, her best dress shoes, and she made sure she smelled like a woman rather than a prosecutor.

Despite the verdict, Marcia did not even think to re-tool her prosecutorial skills to avoid another similar defeat in the future. No. No! When the O.J. Simpson trial ended, and when T.V. producers came calling with a seven-figure annual salary, Marcia Rachel Clark revealed that she is little different than the typical street-walking female prostitutes that Los Angeles County prosecutors prosecute on West Hollywood Boulevard. Yeah. The only difference is the title and the amount of the pay-off. Even as a prosecutor, Marcia Clark always had a price she was willing to accept: nobody met the price until high-rolling T.V. producers (i.e., media Johns) came calling. A true prosecutor is not persuaded when the TV cameras roll, and a true prosecutor will flatly reject each and every offer of the type presented to Marcia Clark.

Like Marcia Clark, Mark Kantrowitz apparently cannot resist the sums offered by Scholarship Points. For a price, prosecutor Marcia Clark was bought just like any typical prostitute strolling the avenues of West Hollywood and Vine. For a price, Mark Kantrowitz (the same person who presented a fiery speech before the U.S. Senate denouncing "lottery-style" scholarships) has demonstrated that he also has a price tag. So-called "Financial-Aid Expert" Mark Kantrowitz owes his financial-aid readers, and the public, an explanation of the financial details of his new arrangement with Scholarship Points, and why he has apparently switched his ethics.

What financial-aid dollars will Scholarship Points be paying to the so-called Financial-aid expert? Why is so-called "Financial-Aid Expert" Mark Kantrowitz now deciding to accept a salary from a "lottery-style" Scholarship sponsor when in fact there are detailed and extensive quotes from the same so-called "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz in the 1990s that denounce such companies? "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz claimed that companies that operate like Scholarship Points were "scams." Scholarshps sponsored by Scholarship Points require NO WRITTEN ESSAY; NO WRITTEN LETTER OF RECOMMENDATATION; and, NO REFERRAL LETTERS. Either Mark deliberately Kantrowitz lied in 1995 and 1996, or he really believed his own statements and is now simply selling out his ethics to the highest bidder. Perhaps a more accurate statement from Mark Kantrowitz should be: "The company is not a scam as long as Mark Kantrowitz gets paid."

Personally, I have never met either Marcia Clark, or the media's "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz. I have no desire to meet either of them just as I have no desire to associate with prostitutes or persons who lack strict standards of ethics and integrity.

Money can buy any prostitute, but money can't buy a man or woman with true integrity and principles.

Understandably, my comments may not be welcome by everyone. However, I do not feel that I need to apologize for my personal high standards or for pointing out the facts. Scholarship Points hired Mark Kantrowitz, and now the company must accept his past baggage of denouncing the precise business model of his new employer.

Now that Scholarship Points has linked itself to the hip, and groin, of so-called "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz, it is only fair to re-educate the public to the past statements made by Mark Kantrowitz regarding companies that operate so-called "lottery-style" scholarships like Scholarship Points; an opinion even agreed to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Naturally, we should not expect that a single main-stream media publication will report on their so-called "Financial-Aid" expert Mark Kantrowitz. The main-stream media is generally either inaccurate and/or deliberately misleading. Check-mate main-stream media! That's your so-called "Financial-Aid" expert.

In my next report, Part II, I will discuss Scholarship Points in a fashion that also highlights the history of FastWeb, Mark Kantrowitz, and FinAid, and how these entities and persons are inter-related in the Financial-Aid industry. I will discuss those facts in Part II, as well as the relationship of Mark Kantrowitz to advertisers that were later implicated in the student loan scandal, as well as the hype statements made by Financial-Aid artist Mark Kantrowitz that led to the passage of one of the worst, most wasteful, and the least effective pieces of government legislation in U.S. history. I will also discuss how the Kantrowitz-promoted legislation arguably led to the student-loan scandal, and higher college tuition for millions of college students. Stay tuned.

For more on this article, and a detailed comprehensive table of Financial-aid Scholarship Points, please visit the Scholarship Points Table link below. Act fast to earn Scholarships before your Scholarship Points expire!!

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Is Scholarship Points a Scam?
Is Scholarship Points a Scam

Degradation of National Scholarships
Degradation of National Scholarships

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Expired Scholarship Points

Expired Scholarship Points

Scholarship Points are another way to generate eligibility for scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sposnored by National Academy of American Scholars. Scholarship Points have been used by our Twitter followers to earn $25 to $50 gift cards. Scholarship Points may be redeemed for scholarship credits too. However, Scholarship Points are not a substitute for work ethic, merit, and suitability for a scholarship. Many scholarship sponsors have long used some form of scholarship points in one form or another to rank, characterize, and pre-judge scholarship applicants. No scholarship sponsor or scholarship administrator has a monopoly on the term scholarship points.

Official Scholarship Points Table by NAAS.ORG

Please be sure to view the official NAAS Scholarship Points table every day for newly updated Scholarship Points, and know which scholarship points have an expiration date. For example, many scholarship points have an expiration date just like your driver's license, library card, and other official data cards. The renewal of your scholarship points is the best method to ensure that you are still actively using your scholarship points and that you are an active member of our Scholarship Club. The most comprehensive, detailed, and exhaustive Scholarship Points table is the Official Scholarship Points table produced by National Academy of American Scholars.

Using your Thumb to Generate Scholarship Points

We demonstrate that earning Scholarship Points is really simple with us. For example, do you know how to use your thumb? If the answer is 'Yes' then continue reading. If the answer is 'No' then locate the nearest elementary school or consult your medical doctor for possible assistance.

Ok. Great. Nest question: Who controls your thumb? If you control thumb, can you instruct your thumb to move the mouse-button to LIKE our Facebook page? Can you instruct your thumb to assist your hand in following the NAAS.ORG Twitter account? Can you instruct your thumb to assist your hand in sharing the NAAS.ORG Facebook scholarship links? Can you instruct your thumb to assist your hand in re-tweeting our scholarship links from the NAAS.ORG Twitter account? Can you instruct your thumb to assist your hand in sharing our scholarship links from the NAAS.ORG Google-plus account to your Google-Plus friends? Earning Scholarship points is as easy as knowing how to use your thumb.

Summary of Earning Scholarship Points

We invite moms, mothers, students, and our Scholarship Club members to earn Scholarship Club points as a means to gauge and consider eligibility for particular scholarship awards. Not all scholarships use scholarship points. Fortunately, earning scholarship points is really very easy. Since 1988, we have sponsored over $1 million worth of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. We offer multiple ways to earn scholarship points, and we offer even more ways for our Scholarship Club members to use the scholarship points that they earn.

For more on this article, and a detailed comprehensive table of Scholarship Points, please visit the Scholarship Points Table link below. Act fast to earn Scholarships before your Scholarship Points expire!!

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High-Paying Arkansas Scholarships

High-Paying Arkansas Scholarships

Do high-paying Arkansas scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in routine scholarship search services because certain search services are not as good or well organized as they claim to be. Moms, mothers, and students are intelligent enough to know what Arkansas scholarships, grants, and financial-aid they want to apply for, and they do not need scholarship search services insulting their intelligence by deleting or censoring popular scholarships, grants, and financial-aid because of political reasons or the personal bias of the college scholarship service.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Arkansas Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Arkansas Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. The best source is NAAS.ORG. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We trust that moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisIons about Arkansas scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by Scholarships.Com, or College Prowler: these two organizations have a history of deleting, blocking, and censoring Arkansas scholarship information on their public facebook pages when such information is shaRed or posted by other Arkansas scholarship sponsors.

If you are an Arkansas resident, or person interested in attending an Arkansas college, or university, then your search for high-paying Arkansas scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Arkansas scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Arkansas scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with scholarship sponsor with a history of delivering high-paying Arkansas scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Arkansas scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

The state of Arkansas State Department of Education Scholarships

Sponsors Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship (Lottery)The elibility requirements for The state of Arkansas State Department of Education sponsors the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship. However, it is not a high-paying Arkansas scholarships. The eligibility requirements for this Arkansas are as follows:
  1. Earn 12 hours in Fall 2012;
  2. Earn 15 hours in Spring 2013 and all remaining semesters
  3. Successfully complete 27 hours total in first 2 semesters and a minimum of a 2.5 GPA
  4. Required remediation must be completed in the first 30 hours If requirements above have not been met by Spring 2013, a summer school transcript indicating requirements have been achieved is due to ADHE by October 1, 2013

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Arkansas Scholarships

If Arkansas is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Arkansas, then we have high-paying Arkansas Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Arkansas Scholarships? We consider a Arkansas Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Arkansas scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or Mcdonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Arkansas scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made availble to eligible students seeking high-paying Arkansas scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Arkansas scholarships, and grants, please visit our Arkansas Scholarships page:
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

High-Paying Arizona Scholarships

High-Paying Arizona Scholarships

Do high-paying Arizona scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you may not find them in routine scholarship search services like Scholarships.Com, FastWeb, College Prowler, because these search services practice a form of mother-knows-all censorship. Moms, mothers, and students are intelligent enough to know what Arizona scholarships, grants, and financial-aid they want to apply for, and they do not need scholarship search services insulting their intelligence by deleting or censoring popular scholarships, grants, and financial-aid because of political reasons or the personal bias of the college scholarship service.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Arizona Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Arizona Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. The best source is NAAS.ORG. We do not censor our sponsors or investors. We trust that moms, single mothers, women, grown adults, as well as students over the age of 18, can make their own decisIons about Arizona scholarships, grants, and financial-aid and not be spoon-fed by Scholarships.Com, or College Prowler: these two organizations have a history of deleting, blocking, and censoring Arizona scholarship information on their public facebook pages when such information is shaRed or posted by other Arizona scholarship sponsors.

If you are an Arizona resident, or person interested in attending an Alabmaa college, or university, then your search for high-paying Arizona scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Arizona scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free, and uncensored. Arizona scholarship searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with scholarship sponsor with a history of delivering high-paying Arizona scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Arizona scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Arizona Scholarships

If Arizona is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Arizona, then we have high-paying Arizona Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Arizona Scholarships? We consider a Arizona Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Arizona scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or Mcdonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of Arizona scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are made availble to eligible students seeking high-paying Arizona scholarships. For example, the Arizona Scholarship Fund is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that administers Arizona Scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Arizona scholarships, and grants, please visit our Arizona Scholarships page:
High-Paying Arizona Scholarships

Sunday, April 14, 2013

High-Paying Alabama College Scholarships

Alabama Scholarships

High-Paying Alabama College Scholarships
No Football Experience Required

Do high-paying Alabama college scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you probably won't find them in scholarship search services like Scholarships.Com, FastWeb, College Prowler, because these search services practice a form of mother-knows-all censorship. The best Alabama College Scholarships, and the most high-paying Alabama College Scholarships are least likely to appear in any scholarship search service that has even a hint of a censorship past or record of scholarship censorship. Before you ask the leading question: Is this only for football players? No! We are not requiring any Alabama scholarship candidate to match the physical prowess of eighth-grade football stand-out Dylan Moses.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying Alabama College Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such Alabama Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. Most likely, you will not be contacted or recruited by Alabama football Coach Nick Saban. Sorry moms and mothers seeking scholarships, but Coach Saban simply is not interested in recruiting great moms, mothers, or women as footbal players.

If you are an Alabama resident, or person interested in attending an Alabmaa college, or university, then your search for high-paying Alabama scholarships should begin with NAAS.ORG. All Alabama college scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free. College Scholarship Searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with scholarship sponsor with a history of delivering high-paying Alabama college scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying Alabama College scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying Alabama College Scholarships

If Alabama is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in Alabama, then we have high-paying Alabama College Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying Alabama College Scholarships? We consider a Alabama College Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying Alabama College Scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or Mcdonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid is made availble to eligible students seeking high-paying Alabama College Scholarships.

High-Paying Alabama Scholarship Offer to Dylan Moses

Dylan Moses is a physical specimen of great athletic potential. I have not met him, but his high-light football videos are fascinating. Alabama Football Coach Nick Saban reportedly offered the young man a full-tuition football scholarship. Great! Wonderful! The dad of Dylan Moses, of course, was ecstatic. He even said he was "jealous" of his own son. Poor choice of words, but the man was apparently honest. I am sure that Dylan Moses is a hard-working football player with a great work ethic. The young African-American standout is a credit to his family, his school, and his community.

I would sincerely hope that young Dylan Moses study his options carefully, and weigh the monetary value of a full-tuition football scholarship versus the social value of merit-based footbal scholarships which require a fundamental knowledge of academics, intelligence, and scholarly traits, as well as football talent. Am I jealous of Dylan Moses. No way. Even if Nick Saban offered Dylan Moses or any other football player a $10 million Alabama College college scholarship. I am happy for Dylan Moses, and wish him the best of his new Alabama Scholarship. Bo person should be "jealous" of another human's ability or talent.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying Alabama scholarships, and grants, please visit our Alabama College Scholarships page:
High-Paying Alabama College Scholarships

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

College Scholarship Steering

College Scholarship Steering

Do high-paying college scholarships really exist? Of course, they do. However, you probably won't find the most lucrative college scholarships in certain scholarship search services like Scholarships.Com, or FastWeb, College-Prowler, because these college scholarship search services are associated with the National Scholarship Provider's Association (NSPA). Moreover, college scholarship search reviews of Scholarships.Com, and college scholarship search reviews of College-Prowler suggests that they engage in a form of censorship of their public facebook accounts when third-party scholarship sponsors seek to share (for free) additional scholarship and financial-aid opportunities with their fans.

If their public facebook page is being censored, is there any reason why we should not suspect that their scholarship database is also similarly censored, and that the most lucrative college scholarships are left out? All of them are fine college scholarship databases, but they are certainly not perfect college scholarship search databases, and most of them are not even mobile website friendly.

The National Scholarship Providers Association claims to be the "only national organization dedicated solely to supporting the needs of professionals administering scholarships in colleges and universities, non-profits, foundations, and businesses." Few people really know how this organization, however, really came about and its true purpose.

Middle-Man College Scholarship Promoters Encourage Steering

When you a have middle-man, college scholarship sponsorship fees are raised, and the available college scholarship funds are actually being depleting on an annual basis due to unnecessary middle-man membership fees. Needless to say, however, the best college scholarships, and the most high-paying college scholarships are least likely to appear in any scholarship search service associated with college scholarship search services that pay membership fees to middle-man organizations. Persons should be wary of middle-man college scholarship search services that were designed to "regulate" (i.e., perhaps censor) what scholarships, or grants are presented to adult students, moms, and women. Students, moms, mothers, and women have the intelligence, and wherewithal to make their own decisions about what college scholarships, grants, and financial-aid programs are suitable for themselves or their family members. College Scholarships that are steered towards paying members of middle-man organization most likely will not produce the best results or a fair pool of available lucrative college scholarships. Not all college scholarship sponsors are willing to waste scholarship funds by paying wasteful fees to organizations like National Scholarship Provider's Association.

What if Google charged college scholarship sponsors a fee to be on page#1 of Google? What if high-schools, colleges, or universities were presented a list of college scholarship sponsors, and said that the only college scholarships we will accept as valid are those that were certified by Google? Would that be fair? No. Would that help the thousands of moms, mothers, women, and intelligent students that are seeking college college scholarships? No!and Hell no!

In other words, the best college scholarship opportunities will most likely come from college sponsors that are not members of "pay-to-play" or "pay-to-promote" college scholarship organizations. Students, moms, women, and working adults should be wary of scholarship sponsors that advertise or promote memberships in middle-man organizations.

Scholarships are not novel instruments. Does a women need a third-party to tell her what to do with her body? Hell no! Therefore, you do not need any middle-man organizations, pay-to-promote, or pay-for-access-oganizations that charge scholarship sponsors fees in exchange for access to their marketing database of students, institutions, etc.

The student-loan scandal began with steering, and middle-man college-scholarship organizations, have an aura that smells like steering.

Acceptable College Scholarship Steering

The only acceptable college scholarship steering that we promote is college scholarship steering that is acceptable to and that benefits the long-range plans of the college scholarship applicant in terms of school choice, major, and area of preference of their degree(s).

For our popular Moms, and Women Scholarship opportunities, please visit our Mom's Scholarships page:
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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

High-Paying California College Scholarships

High-Paying California College Scholarships

High-Paying California College Scholarships

Do high-paying California college scholarships really exist? Sure, they do. However, you won't find them in scholarship search services like Scholarships.Com, FastWeb, College Prowler, because these search services practice a form of mother-knows-all censorship. The best California College Scholarships, and the most high-paying California College Scholarships are least likely to appear in any scholarship search service that has even a hint of a censor ship past.

Moms, mothers, and students interested in high-paying California College Scholarships simply need to know where to look for such California Scholarships. Hint: you don't need to provide a username, password, or even divulge your personal details. All college scholarship searches on the NAAS.ORG website, for example, are free. College Scholarship Searches on Google-plus are also free. Either way, if you look at the right sources and connect with scholarship sponsor with a history of delivering high-paying California college scholarships that are renewable then your odds of winning a high-paying California College scholarship should theoretically, and in all practicality increase. The odds are in your favor.

Investors and Sponsors Fund High-Paying California College Scholarships

If California is the state where you want to dance in, play in, develop a love affair in, go to school in, and study in California, then we have high-paying California College Scholarships that may be of interest to you. What do we mean by high-paying California College Scholarships? We consider a California College Scholarship that has a market value of $100,000 over 4 years, equally paid in $25,000 a year installments, a relatively High-Paying California College Scholarship. Certainly, you are not going to earn that sum working at your local Walmart, or 7-11, or Mcdonalds as a teenage or mom weekend helper. National Academy of American Scholars uses a network of scholarship investors, and scholarship sponsors to ensure that over $1 million worth of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid is made availble to eligible students seeking high-paying California College Scholarships.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous sources of renewable High-paying California scholarships, and grants, please visit our Califiornia College Scholarships page:
High-Paying California College Scholarships

Monday, April 8, 2013

College Scholarships Search Engines

Best College Scholarships Search Engine: Why Avoid Bing?

Are you missing out on valuable scholarship opportunities when you use an inferior scholarship search engine or scholarship browser? Sure, you are. Our Scholarship Blog continues this brief report with a table of the best scholarship search engines that will yield the best scholarship results. We discuss Safari, Google Chrome, Bing, and all the major search engines and browsers. There is no need in wasting your time using scholarship search engines and scholarship browsers that are pathetic, unreliable, and that do not yield quality, up-to-date scholarship content and mobile content. Yes, we did say mobile content. In fact, we are going to say it twice: mobile scholarship content. Underline that statement.

As a general rule of thumb, if an NAAS Scholarship Blog, or NAAS.ORG scholarship link does not appear on page #1 of a search engine's search results, while another scholarship blog appears but has not been updated, re-touched, in years and still appears ahead of our Offical Scholarship Blog then you know the search engine that you used is inferior, broken, and a waste of your valuable time. There is no need in using a piece of equipmet or software that does not work. Right? The Official NAAS Scholarship Blog is the pre-eminent Scholarship Blog on the Internet with the freshest and the most sparkling content. Our Scholarship Blog writers are the real best in the business. When newspaper reporters read our Scholarship Blog about a particular topic then they re-adjust their stories accordingly.

Tests for Scholarship Search Engine Inferiority

How to test and verify that a scholarship search engine is inferior, leads to lack luster content, or is simply broken? Let's the Microsoft scholarship engine called Bing as test case. If you input the term "scholarship blog" into the Bing search engine while using Internet Explore. Surprisingly, a page called "The Scholarship Blog" appears on page#1 of the Bing search results, while the official NAAS Scholarship Blog does not even appear on the next three pages. The Official NAAS Scholarship Blog has had over 75 fresh original scholarship articles posted thus far in 2013, while the Scholarship Blog selected by Bing scholarship search engine algorithm has not made a single post in all of 2012, and has not made a single post or article about scholarships, grants, or financial-aid thus far in 2013.

The Bing Scholarship Search engine is so inferior, unreliable, and broken that it borders on being comical In fact, despite having uploaded hundreds of new content articles on scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, scholarship search engine Bing cannot locate these pages. It is as if the Bing employees are retarded that they, apparently, cannot find the same pages that Google has already indexed. In fact, a charge of fraud could be applied agasint the Bing scholarship search engine if Bing was charging fees to access its broken scholarship search engine. Therefore, in order to get the fresh, new, and original scholarship content that you are looking for, a person seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid really needs to continually look for the NAAS.ORG domain and use a different scholarship search engine other than Bing.

Recomendation: Avoid the Bing Scholarship Search Engine

Unless you are one of the few persons that enjoys using a product or service that does not work, or works at a low level of reliability, then you should consider avoiding the Bing Scholarship Search engine. Using Bing as a search engine device to seek out scholarships, grants, and financial-aid is like using a device designed by 5th-grade middle-school student. What legitimate scholarship search engine that actually WORKS dares to place a scholarship blog on page #1 of its index search results knowing full well that the page or blog has not been updated in nearly 2 years? Either Bing needs to hire employees that are smart enough to find fresh content produced by NAAS.ORG or make serious upgrades to its search engine algorithm. Until Bing makes a decision as to how serious it wants scholarship consumers to view or use the Bing service, then our advice is to avoid Bing until NAAS.ORG related scholarship links are appearing on page #1 of its search results or some organization with superior content. Only when NAAS.ORG-related scholarship links or links from this scholarship blog appear on page#1 of Bing scholarship search results then do we know that the Bing scholarship search engine is actually working properly. As of right now, as far as we are concerned and based upon consumer's general interest in fresh scholarship content, Bing is broken because of the facts cited herein. Very persons visit a grocery store, or media post and seek to purchase a newspaper more than 1 year old. So, why in the hell is Bing listing a scholarship blog on page #1 of its search results on page #1???

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