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Thursday, October 31, 2013

52 Amazing Arkansas High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arkansas Students

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arkansas Students that are 100% free. What are the most amazing high-school scholarships for high-school students? Why are some scholarships more amazing than others? More than $5 billion in scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are disbursed each year to students attending higher education. This figure does not include private tuition scholarships for high-schools, Catholic schools, or Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, or military schools operated overseas.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous other sources of renewable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit the central page for this information:
52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arkansas Students

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

52 Amazing Arizona High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arizona Students

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arizona Students that are 100% free. What are the most amazing high-school scholarships for high-school students? Why are some scholarships more amazing than others? More than $5 billion in scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are disbursed each year to students attending higher education. This figure does not include private tuition scholarships for high-schools, Catholic schools, or Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, or military schools operated overseas.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous other sources of renewable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit the central page for this information:
52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Arizona Students

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

52 Amazing Alaska High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alaska Students

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alaska Students that are 100% free. What are the most amazing high-school scholarships for high-school students? Why are some scholarships more amazing than others? More than $5 billion in scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are disbursed each year to students attending higher education. This figure does not include private tuition scholarships for high-schools, Catholic schools, or Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, or military schools operated overseas.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous other sources of renewable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit the central page for this information:
52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alaska Students

Monday, October 28, 2013

52 Amazing Alabama High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alabama Students

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alabama Students that are 100% free. What are the most amazing high-school scholarships for high-school students? Why are some scholarships more amazing than others? More than $5 billion in scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are disbursed each year to students attending higher education. This figure does not include private tuition scholarships for high-schools, Catholic schools, or Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, or military schools operated overseas.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous other sources of renewable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit the central page for this information:
52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for Alabama Students

Sunday, October 27, 2013

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for American Students

52 Amazing High School Scholarship Links

52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for American Students that are 100% free. What are the most amazing high-school scholarships for high-school students? Why are some scholarships more amazing than others? More than $5 billion in scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are disbursed each year to students attending higher education. This figure does not include private tuition scholarships for high-schools, Catholic schools, or Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, or military schools operated overseas.

For a detailed continuation of this article, and numerous other sources of renewable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit the central page for this information:
52 Amazing High-School Senior Scholarships for American Students

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Teacher Jennifer Krogman Never Promoted California Scholarships: Accused of Packaging Crystal Meth

Middle-School Teacher Jennifer Krogman Never Promoted California Scholarships: Accused of Packaging Crystal Meth

Jennifer Krogman is the latest teacher from the Redlands Unified School District to get involved in another scandal. Her colleague, Ms. Laura WhiteHurst, of the same Redlands (Rapeland) School District, admitted to sexually abusing and exploiting teenage boys for her own sick self-gratification. The fact that Laura WhiteHurst was never seriously punished or seriously prosecuted for her enormous criminal conduct is what most likely motivated Jennifer Krogman.

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Jennifer Krogman had an opportunity to promote, endorse, and recommend California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options to middle-school students at her Clement Middle School in Redlands, California. Instead, acording to police reports, this starry-eyed suspected Meth Dealer, was allegedly packaging and preparing to sell cystal meth.

Instead of prosecuting Laura Whitehurst and treating her like any other perverted rapist and child predator, or a female John Wayne Gacy, the crime-friendly prosecution team led by San Bernardino County prosecutor Melissa Rodriguez (who is a probable reader of Victoria Secret's) simply did not have the guts to prosecute an All-American, up-scale, educated, and licensed teacher of the professional stature of Laura WhiteHurst.

For example, although convicted rapist Laura WhiteHurst was originally charged with over 41 felonies and had legally faced over 30 years in prison, the charges were in fact another episode of prosecutorial show-boating: pretending to act tough while knowing full well the suspect will receive preferential and/or lenient treatment. All it took was for Laura Whitehurst to shed a few tears, and that was sufficient enough for the gut-less San Bernardino County prosecutors to endorse he crime with a plea bargain.

Laura Whitehurst was so focused on teen boys, and satisfying her gory appetite for the most debased sexual acts known to the human race, that California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars were merely an after-thought.

Anticipate Continuing Rise in Teacher Misconduct and Rape Cases

Teachers who are not actively promoting and endorsing scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are more than likely engaging in inappropriate acts. Federal prosecutors or State Bar associations need to consider revoking the state prosecutorial license of weak prosecutors who simply can't get tough or see through the flocks of femele hair, or flocks of blonde-hair of an emerging class of dangerous female child predators. State prosecutors who plea-bargain or cut deals with female rape suspects should be subject to plea bargains on their salaries or benefits, or simply be demoted or fired.

Children and teenagers are being raped, abused, and molested, largely because very few state prosecutors are tough enough on female criminal monsters, and privileged male suspects.

At the same time, parents are not demanding these steps either UNTIL AND ONLY WHEN their child is a victim. My message is simple: If you had been pro-active as this blogger then perhaps your child would not be a victim of rape, or at least you could influence the sentence BEFORE the crime instead of crying after the fact. The attorney representing the victims of the Laura Whitehurst crime cried and complained that Ms. Laura Whitehurst received preferential treatment since she was awarded a light jail sentence. Female teachers are getting more and more bold with their abuse, desperation for cheap sex, and their I-DARE-ANY-PROSECUTOR-TO-TREAT-ME-LIKE-A-CRIMINAL attitude. When a person like Laura Whitehusrt, or Michigan Supreme Court Justice, Diane Hathwaw, is sentenced to 40 years in a real prison, and forced to be cellmates with persons they refuse to socialize with, then there will be a dramatic decline in female rape cases.

More than 70% of the local residents probably do not even report crimes because of the circus of the local prosecutors, and their apparent fear of prosecuting persons like Laura Whitehurst. What is the incentive to report rapes, murder, robberies, bombs, and serious felonies if the criminal or suspect looks like the prosecutor, and the prosecutors are too weak, and too unethical to protect the public?

History of Child Rape/Molestation cases in San Benardino County

San Bernardino County high-school teachers, and middle-school teachers have consistently lagged behind their counter-parts in promoting and endorsing scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for California students. Every single school in San Bernardino County should be actively and agressively helping the new generation of California students locate and find scholarships, grants and financial-aid, especially scholarships and grants sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars.

Given the fact that the local prosecutors are so easy with privileged and professional teachers, San Bernardino High-School Band teacher Kevin James Morton is one of several teaches in San Nernardino that took advantage of the Open-Rape culture of the Redlands School District, and San Bernardino. CA. Kevin James Morton had illicit relations with a San Bernardino student on at least three occasions during November and December 2009. The victim was a 15-year-old girl enrolled at San Gorgonio High School who eligible to receive promotional literature regarding scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars.

As was the case with Laura WhiteHurst, Kevin James Morton did not actively or aggressively encourage students, moms, and neighborhood adults to explore the scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by NAAS, instead he was more interested in satisfying his perverted desires. This perverted teacher was charged with numerous criminal counts, the stories made headlines across the state of California, but it all fizzled when the cameras left.

Eventually, Kevin James Morton pleaded guilty on Sept. 10,2012, to only three counts of oral copulation with a person under the age of 16. Instead of being charged with such Mickey-Mouse charges, Kevin James Morton should have been charged with the more serious Aggravated Sexual Assault, Forcible Rape, Sodomy, and Kidnapping.

Drugs or Scholarships

Redlands police received a tip that Jennifer Tena Krogman was doing something suspicious. We do not know the details, but we know for an absolute fact that Jennifer Tena Krogman was NOT promoting, endorsing, and recommending California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options to middle-school students at her Clement Middle School in Redlands, California. In stead, police officers wanted to question Jennifer Tena Krogman about her apparent interest in methamphetamines, and whether this woman was packaging a controlled substance to be sold.

Jennifer Tena Krogman could have even been eligible to participate in a series of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid that we sponsor for women. Drugs or Scholarships? Meth or Scholarships?

Unless these allegations are false, Jennifer Tena Krogman apparently wanted drugs. The 40-year-old physical education teacher at Clement Middle School in Redlands, California, was arrested at her home on August 1 on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. The police reports suggests that Jennifer Tena Krogman was both a small-time dealer, and a user.

Message to Jennifer Krogman and persons whom fail to distribute California Scholarship Literature

I understand that the judicial system in all U.S. cities, counties, and towns may not be completely fair. I understand that the inability of the American Judicial system to consistently and fairly prosecute and punish certain persons (i.e., Casey Anthony, Lindsey Lohan, rappers, etc.) due to their hair-color, celebrity-status, or eye-color or other characteristics makes it difficult to prosecute real criminals. I undertand that an unfair judicial system encourages suspected and convicted criminals like James Holmes, Tim McVeigh, Adam Laza, Christopher Dorner, etc to demonstrate disrespect for the same judicial system. However, your ability to "beat" the system and win a low bail, receive a reduced charge, or be sent to cupcake camp rather than being incarcerated into a hard-core prison where minorites are sent to, will only inflate this Free-Speech post. Jennifer Krogman , if in fact, you committed the horrendous crimes alleged, and if you in fact packaged or ingested dangerous drugs and encouraged others to participate in these gross sins, and high crimes, then please confess.

Dear Jennifer Krogman: As a Scholarship Blog publisher, I am asking that you personally take responsibility, and reach out to as many eligiible California students as possible, and help them find suitable forms of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options. You had previously blogged about taking personal responsibility for your actions. You claimed that:


"One value that many Americans have is personal responsibility. When we do something we are willing to admit that we did it, whether it is good or bad, and then accept the consequences of that action" -- Jennifer Krogman
For California Scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, not ditributed by Jennifer Tena Krogman, please see this page:
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Sunday, October 13, 2013

CBS News Reporter Debunks Myth of FastWeb Scholarship Search Services, and other prime Scholarship Search Services

CBS News Reporter Debunks Myth of FastWeb Scholarship Search Services, and other prime Scholarship Search Services

On October 8th, 2013, a CBS News Money Watch reporter wrote an article entitled Do college scholarship search engines work?. The article was rather interesting, informative, and somewhat hypocritical. The author emphasized that the most popular way for moms, students, college grads, and women to search for private college scholarships is to turn to scholarship search engines.

The article claims that Fastweb fared the worst in a survey that included at least four other major scholarship search services, including Scholarships.com, the College Board, Cappex and Zinch. According to the article, the FastWeb Service service generated zero promising matches for users, and repeatedly threw ads towards users in virtually every step from registration to login before a single scholarship appeared!

Ironically, on September 25th, 2013, an article called Is The Scholly Scholarship App a Scam? A Professional Review, Analysis, and Opinion of The Scholly Scholarship App was written for the Scholarship Blog by reporter Ron Thomas. The article discussed the flaws and limitations of The Scholly Scholarship App while also noting the fact that the same scholarship app was being praised by virtually every single member and representative of the main-stream media. For example, U.S.A. Today Reporter Julia Craven never challenged a single questionable claim by the creators of the Scholly Scholarship App. She failed to offer the readers of U.S.A. Today any information that could have helped students, moms, and women decide if the Scholly Scholarship App was worth the .99 cents download fee, and other assorted fees.

Another Airhead reporter, Dana Dean, with KSDK News Channel 5 in St. Louis, MO, scripted a video review of the Scholly Scholarship App that was so inferior as to question her legitimacy as a reporter,a videographer, technician, and question what extra-activities she may have done to get her job. My perspective of the so-called 'video review' by Dana Dean was that it was nothing more than a crude infomercial specifically crafted to induce parents, moms, women, and students to waste .99 cents for a service that can be obtained for absolutely free by visiting virtually any page of the National Academy of American Scholars website. As an example of her inferior reporting skills, Dana Dean never mentioned a single alternative to The Scholly Scholarship App.

20-Year Learning Curve of Lynn O'Shaughnessy on Scholarships Search Services

The author of the article Do college scholarship search engines work? appears to be Lynn O'Shaughnessy. After 20 years, she is finally learning something that has already been reported by NAAS-NEWS, and others. It took the N.Y. Attorney General 10 years to piece together the complex involvment of colleges,universities, and loan company members of the National Association of Student Financial-Aid Administrators(NASFAA, who boasted in 1996 that it was the exclusive sponsor of FinAid.org) and why Mark Kantrowitz was such an ardent supporter of the College Fraud Scholarship Prevention Act; an Act that served no purpose other than to inflate tuition for thousands of students attending NASFAA-member schools, and which conveniently shifted attention away from the student-loan advertisers who were prominently being fed student data from many of the websites of these scholarship search service companies, including the Fastweb website!

Hello Lynn O'Shaughnessy. This is your hero, media pet, and so-called Financial-Aid Expert. The same so-called 'Financial-Aid Expert' who criticized lottery-style scholarships in the 1990s, accepted advertisements from student loan companies that were later indicted or complained of by the N.Y. Attorney General, and who would in 2013 accept a lucrative executive position with the precise type of company that he blamed for alleged scholarship fraud excesses. The same so-called 'Financial-Aid Expert' who scripted, wrote, and designed the Fastweb database that you now (in October 2013) hypocritically conclude fared so poorly. Did Kantrowitz kick you out of bed?

Use of Teenagers as Researchers to test Scholarship Search Services

To find out, Money magazine recruited teenagers to try out the nation's leading scholarship search sites. The results? Mediocre at best. Fastweb fared the worst. According to the magazine, the service generated zero "promising" matches for users, while also pelting users with ads.

According to the CBS Money Magazine report, none of the scholarship searches performed as advertised. The best perfoming of the four scholarship search services had only a 20% success rate at matching students with scholarships that they were eligible for. Advertisers who paid money for student data had a 100% success rate. At an estimated $15 to $18 per referral, and use of student records, Kantrowitz/Fastweb has been racking up a fortune and is being helped by corrupt members of the main-stream media who quote his every statement.

Credibility of Mark Kantrowitz as a Financial-Aid Expert, the role of NASFAA in Scholarship Searches, and how the main-stream media deceived the Public

This Publisher has not located a single record whatsoever that Mark Kantrowitz has ever taken a single state-sanctioned course or exam certifying his alleged financial-aid expertise, and neither is this Publisher aware of a single federal or state or Supreme Court judicial record of a Judge certifying Mark Kantrowitz as a 'Financial-Aid Expert'. Morevover, his own resume posted online in 1994 lacks any employment record of him serving as a financial-aid administrator, financial-aid consultant, scholarship administrator, or even scholarship sponsor. Indeed, the only visible record of Mark Kantrowitz with the subject of financial-aid, is his promotion of the Fastweb/FinAid.org websites, and authorship of books that promote such websites. There is a vast legal gap between Promoter and Expert that airhead reporters apparently don't understand.

The study by CBS News on the ineffectiveness of Fastweb is no surprise, but does invite a further review of the controversial role of NASFAA, the main-stream media, and the legitimacy of Mark Kantrowitz as a Financial-aid Expert. Eric Snowden may have exposed Verizon as a complicit partner in government spying of Americans, but he had information also on the role of the main-stream U.S. media deceiving Americans. [*See table below]

Why is Mark Kantrowitz referring to himself as a Financial-Aid Expert in books, and the media when his primary financial-aid product is flawed, and he has no legal certification as an expert? Have you ever wondered why so many main-stream media representatives have praised and endorsed Mark Kantrowitz as an expert in Financial-Aid or the FastWeb scholarship search service as the most promising scholarship search service? The recent study by CNS News deflates the myth of FastWeb and casts doubts on the reputation of those persons whom have praised Mark Kantrowitz/FastWeb.

Consider these outrageous, flawed, deceptive, and potentially fraudulent endorsements by the main-stream media of Mark Kantrowitz and/or his seemingly alter-ego entity FastWeb scholarship search service.

*Misleading and/or Deceptive Endorsements by
Mainstream Media Representatives of Fastweb/Kantrowitz
"Mark has an encyclopedic knowledge of college financing that I have valued for years. In this book he delivers clear advice on exactly what you need to do (and not do!) to increase your odds of landing a scholarship; from how to find scholarships that can be a good match, to how to nail the interview with the scholarship committee. Mark's ready to help you lower your college costs. What are you waiting for?" --wrote Suze Orman, wrote as a foreword to the Secrets to Winning a Scholarship book by Mark Kantrowitz in or about 2011.
"Secrets to Winning a Scholarship provides practical, clear and concise advice about how to find and win scholarships and fellowships. Brought to you by Fastweb, the leading free scholarship matching service."----wrote Michelle Singletary, Washington Post, in or about 2011
Mark Kantrowitz, the foremost expert on student financial aid and Publisher of Fastweb.com and FinAid.org, has just released Secrets to Winning a Scholarship, a book that is certain to be a worthwhile investment. --Farnoosh Torabi, Credit.com
Secrets to Winning a Scholarship pulls together valuable strategies developed by Mr. Kantrowitz, a nationally recognized expert in financial aid. --Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Winning private college scholarships can certainly help make college more affordable. A handy resource to turn to is a book, Secrets to Winning a Scholarship, by Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of Fastweb. --Lynn O'Shaughnessy, US News & World Report

Birth and Creation of FastWeb: Use of Tax-Exempt Sponsorship for Private Gain

According to the Pennsylvania Dept. of Corporations, FinAid Page Inc., only became a legal entity as of July 2,1996, and yet a President of a Better Business Bureau chapter was quoting him PRIOR to his business even being official and incorporated! Not only that, so-called 'Financial-Aid Expert' Mark Kantrowitz was publishing his non-sense financial-aid theories on perfectly valid and legitimate scholarship procedures that had preceded his own birth as well as the existence of his FinAid Page.

On July 9, 1996, barely a week into the official incorporation of FinAid Page, Mark Kantrowitz "announced an agreement under which the National Association of Student Financial-Aid Administrators (a/k/a/ NASFAA, a 501 (3)(c) non-profit organization) will be the exclusive sponsor of his for-profit FinAid Page, Inc, for at least the next two years." Over 90% of all U.S. colleges, and universities, are members of NASFAA, as well as the biggest student loan lenders. At the time, NASFAA had a contract with the U.S. Dept. of Education, as part of its relationship with thousands of colleges and universities.

With the sponsorship of NASFAA,colleges, universities, and the main-stream media flocked to Mark Kantrowitz and FastWeb/FinAid like flies are attracted to human fecal matter. Like attractive blondes flock to the highest earners. No matter how outrageous and communist-sounding his theories were (e.g., "you should never pay money to get money"), airhead reporters of the main-stream media of the U.S. quoted this guy as if they were on a singular mission to deceive the U.S. public or as if he was the only qualified source on the subject of financial-aid.

The public record suggests that NASFAA (in violation of direct and/or explicit I.R.S. rules) used its federal tax exempt status to benefit a private for-profit business, and the end result greatly expanded the reach, revenue, and influence of FastWeb, FinAid Page, and provided credibility to the argument of Mark Kantrowitz as a 'Financial-Aid Expert.' Did Mark Kantrowitz pay federal tax on this benefit, and did NASFAA record this item as an expense?

In other words, and to put it in very simple terms: NASFAA used or allowed its federal I.R.S. tax-exempt status to sponsor and beneift a for-profit entity. All the while, the FTC looked the other way. This explains why the College Scholarship Fraud Prevention Act of 2000 (which was sponsored by NASFAA, the FTC, and Kantrowitz) was so lop-sided against scholarship organizations targeted by Kantrowitz while legislation that addressed student-loan fraud was 100% absent. Hello main-stream media? Do you hear me now?

If that is not government fraud, then WTF is! Neither CNN, Bloomberg News, the N.Y. Times, Yahoo!, The Chronicles of Higher Education, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and all the other main-stream media publications never inquiried as to why NASFAA would sponsor a for-profit corporation that barely existed just weeks ago.

On e theory is that NASFAA was recruited or induced by the U.S. Dept. of Education to label and promote Mark Kantrowitz as a 'Financial-Aid Expert' to create profits for the student-loan industry that were later taxed by the U.S. Government.

Despite these massive holes in his credibility, the acknowledgement by the FTC in a September 5, 1996, news conference that Mark Kantrowitz was a government informant, U.S. main-stream media continued to feed to American college students, high-school students, guidance counselors at high-schools, the flawed and deceptive notion of Mark Kantrowitz being a 'Financial-Aid Expert' and that FastWeb was the best scholarship search service in the entire U.S.A., if not the world.

Filing of Lawsuits Against Reporters and Commentators for Deceptive Reviews Praising Flawed Scholarship Search Products

Students, parents, moms, and women should not put up with flawed, deceptive, and deliberate schemes by the main-stream media to promote suspicious scholarship products and/or services, as well as steer consumers toward favored government picks/informants.

If after reading reviews published by the likes of Suze Orman,Farnoosh Torabi, U.S.A. Today Reporter Julia Craven, Dana Dean, Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, you felt encouraged to purchase the scholarship product they deceptively promoted then you should consider legal action against both the commentator and his/her employer. A skilled attorney can make a convincing argument that these persons sought to deprive you of honest information or that their implied endorsements were negligent, omitted material facts, and caused you financial damages.

Summary CBS News Review of Scholarships Search Services

In an August 19th, 2013, column, another dim-witted member of the main-stream media, Marciene Mattleman of PHILADELPHIA (CBS), claimed that Mark Kantrowitz says "he knows everything about financing college." Hello Marciene: Eric Snowden claims he knows everything about protecting U.S. government secrets. You might want to ask Mr. Kantrowitz/FastWeb to explain his tax reporting of his relationship to NASFAA, and how a tax-exempt organization can legally sponsor a for-profit corporation? Unfortunately, I could not locate a single I.R.S. rule that allowed such a spsonsorship.

CBS News Review of Scholarships Search Services is a legitimate review and rebuke of the claim that Fastweb is the best website to search for scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. The best perfoming of the four scholarship search services had only a 20% success rate at matching students with scholarships that they were eligible for. What this means is that the time, effort, and expense of using scholarship search services like Scholarships.com, the College Board, Cappex, Zinch, and FastWeb may not be worth it. In a nutshell, these scholarship search companies fared so bad, that few students even benefitted.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wyoming

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wyoming

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wyoming



Scholarships for accredited schools, and accredited degree programs in Wyoming certainly exist. In fact, traditional Wyoming scholarship sponsors require that scholarship recipients must attend or anticipate on attending an accredited school, college, or university in Wyoming. Another qualification by some scholarship sponsors is that students seeking Wyoming scholarships should know something about the history of Wyoming. As a general rule of thumb, the greater the value the Wyoming scholarship then more is expected of the Wyoming scholarship recipient.

Scholarship Quiz Questions for Wyoming Scholarships destined for accredited Wyoming Schools

The obvious question for persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to attend one of the many accredited schools in the state of Wyoming is: What must I know to qualify for a scholarship, grant, or financial-aid?

Persons seeking scholarships for the purposes of attending an accredited school or college in Wyoming should know that many scholarship sponsors have different requirements, and altogether different scholarship applications. However, if a scholarship applicant is seeking scholarships, grants, or financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars then the scholarship applicant should know at least the basic historical and founding facts surrounding Wyoming.


For example, Wyoming is a state in the mountain region of the Western United States. Wyoming is the 10th most extensive, but the least populous and the second least densely populated of the 50 United States. The western two thirds of the state is covered mostly with the mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the Eastern Rocky Mountains, while the eastern third of the state is high elevation prairie known as the High Plains. Cheyenne is the capital and the most populous city of Wyoming with a population of nearly 60,000 people within its city proper.

Why are scholarships for accredited schools in Wyoming needed?

Wyoming scholarships are needed for accredited schools and universities in Wyoming because the Wyoming Department of Education is focused on education, and students should be rewarded for attending an accredited vs. a non-accredited school. By sponsoring scholarships, and grants for students attending accredited schools in Wyoming, we support the belief that every student matters. Also, a high-proportion of Wyoming moms, Wyoming , mothers, Wyoming women, and high-school graduates, as well as a large proportion of Wyoming working adults pursue some form of higher education.

We sponsor Wyoming scholarships for Wyoming moms, women, working adults, and students. Nearly all of these moms, women, working adults, and students rely upon accredited Wyoming scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Wyoming colleges and universities have experienced consistent year-over-year growth in enrollment, as well as a notorious habit of raising tuition each year. Unlike some states with lower educational standards, and a high proportion of students who drop out of schools, Wyoming is a state with stringent educational standards, and high expectations. Also, Wyoming has many quality school districts. Students whom plan on attending any of the quality universities in Wyoming like Wyoming University, or Wyoming State University, will need scholarships to attend such accredited schools or programs.

One of the best possible resources for moms, women, single moms, and adults seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for accredited colleges or accredited universities is the website of National Academy of American Scholarships. We encourage adult students, moms, women, and single mothers to explore these financial-aid options for scholarships, as well other Wyoming scholarships that are not listed but may be accessed by visiting our Wyoming Scholarships pages:


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

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wisconsin

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wisconsin

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Wisconsin



Scholarships for accredited schools, and accredited degree programs in Wisconsin certainly exist. In fact, traditional Wisconsin scholarship sponsors require that scholarship recipients must attend or anticipate on attending an accredited school, college, or university in Wisconsin. Another qualification by some scholarship sponsors is that students seeking Wisconsin scholarships should know something about the history of Wisconsin. As a general rule of thumb, the greater the value the Wisconsin scholarship then more is expected of the Wisconsin scholarship recipient.

Scholarship Quiz Questions for Wisconsin Scholarships destined for accredited Wisconsin Schools

The obvious question for persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to attend one of the many accredited schools in the state of Wisconsin is: What must I know to qualify for a scholarship, grant, or financial-aid?

Persons seeking scholarships for the purposes of attending an accredited school or college in Wisconsin should know that many scholarship sponsors have different requirements, and altogether different scholarship applications. However, if a scholarship applicant is seeking scholarships, grants, or financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars then the scholarship applicant should know at least the basic historical and founding facts surrounding Wisconsin.


For example, Wisconsin is a U.S. state located in the north-central United States, in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions. It is bordered by Minnesota to the west, Iowa to the southwest, Illinois to the south, Lake Michigan to the east, Michigan to the northeast, and Lake Superior to the north. Wisconsin is the 23rd state by total area and the 20th most populous. The state capital is Madison, and its largest city is Milwaukee which is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan. The state comprises 72 counties.

Why are scholarships for accredited schools in Wisconsin needed?

Wisconsin scholarships are needed for accredited schools and universities in Wisconsin because the Wisconsin Department of Education is focused on education, and students should be rewarded for attending an accredited vs. a non-accredited school. By sponsoring scholarships, and grants for students attending accredited schools in Wisconsin, we support the belief that every student matters. Also, a high-proportion of Wisconsin moms, Wisconsin , mothers, Wisconsin women, and high-school graduates, as well as a large proportion of Wisconsin working adults pursue some form of higher education.

We sponsor Wisconsin scholarships for Wisconsin moms, women, working adults, and students. Nearly all of these moms, women, working adults, and students rely upon accredited Wisconsin scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Wisconsin colleges and universities have experienced consistent year-over-year growth in enrollment, as well as a notorious habit of raising tuition each year. Unlike some states with lower educational standards, and a high proportion of students who drop out of schools, Wisconsin is a state with stringent educational standards, and high expectations. Also, Wisconsin has many quality school districts. Students whom plan on attending any of the quality universities in Wisconsin like Wisconsin University, or Wisconsin State University, will need scholarships to attend such accredited schools or programs.

One of the best possible resources for moms, women, single moms, and adults seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for accredited colleges or accredited universities is the website of National Academy of American Scholarships. We encourage adult students, moms, women, and single mothers to explore these financial-aid options for scholarships, as well other Wisconsin scholarships that are not listed but may be accessed by visiting our Wisconsin Scholarships pages:


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

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Washington

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Washington

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Washington



Scholarships for accredited schools, and accredited degree programs in Washington certainly exist. In fact, traditional Washington scholarship sponsors require that scholarship recipients must attend or anticipate on attending an accredited school, college, or university in Washington. Another qualification by some scholarship sponsors is that students seeking Washington scholarships should know something about the history of Washington. As a general rule of thumb, the greater the value the Washington scholarship then more is expected of the Washington scholarship recipient.

Scholarship Quiz Questions for Washington Scholarships destined for accredited Washington Schools

The obvious question for persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to attend one of the many accredited schools in the state of Washington is: What must I know to qualify for a scholarship, grant, or financial-aid?

Persons seeking scholarships for the purposes of attending an accredited school or college in Washington should know that many scholarship sponsors have different requirements, and altogether different scholarship applications. However, if a scholarship applicant is seeking scholarships, grants, or financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars then the scholarship applicant should know at least the basic historical and founding facts surrounding Washington.


For example, Washington is a leading lumber producer. Its rugged surface is rich in stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, ponderosa and white pine, spruce, larch, and cedar. The state holds first place in apples, lentils, dry edible peas, hops, pears, red raspberries, spearmint oil, and sweet cherries, and ranks high in apricots, asparagus, grapes, peppermint oil, and potatoes. Livestock and livestock products make important contributions to total farm revenue and the commercial fishing catch of salmon, halibut, and bottomfish makes a significant contribution to the state’s economy.

Why are scholarships for accredited schools in Washington needed?

Washington scholarships are needed for accredited schools and universities in Washington because the Washington Department of Education is focused on education, and students should be rewarded for attending an accredited vs. a non-accredited school. By sponsoring scholarships, and grants for students attending accredited schools in Washington, we support the belief that every student matters. Also, a high-proportion of Washington moms, Washington , mothers, Washington women, and high-school graduates, as well as a large proportion of Washington working adults pursue some form of higher education.

We sponsor Washington scholarships for Washington moms, women, working adults, and students. Nearly all of these moms, women, working adults, and students rely upon accredited Washington scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Washington colleges and universities have experienced consistent year-over-year growth in enrollment, as well as a notorious habit of raising tuition each year. Unlike some states with lower educational standards, and a high proportion of students who drop out of schools, Washington is a state with stringent educational standards, and high expectations. Also, Washington has many quality school districts. Students whom plan on attending any of the quality universities in Washington like Washington University, or Washington State University, will need scholarships to attend such accredited schools or programs.

One of the best possible resources for moms, women, single moms, and adults seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for accredited colleges or accredited universities is the website of National Academy of American Scholarships. We encourage adult students, moms, women, and single mothers to explore these financial-aid options for scholarships, as well other Washington scholarships that are not listed but may be accessed by visiting our Washington Scholarships pages:


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

Friday, October 4, 2013

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Utah

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Utah

Scholarships for Accredited Schools in Utah



Scholarships for accredited schools, and accredited degree programs in Utah certainly exist. In fact, traditional Utah scholarship sponsors require that scholarship recipients must attend or anticipate on attending an accredited school, college, or university in Utah. Another qualification by some scholarship sponsors is that students seeking Utah scholarships should know something about the history of Utah. As a general rule of thumb, the greater the value the Utah scholarship then more is expected of the Utah scholarship recipient.

Scholarship Quiz Questions for Utah Scholarships destined for accredited Utah Schools

The obvious question for persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to attend one of the many accredited schools in the state of Utah is: What must I know to qualify for a scholarship, grant, or financial-aid?

Persons seeking scholarships for the purposes of attending an accredited school or college in Utah should know that many scholarship sponsors have different requirements, and altogether different scholarship applications. However, if a scholarship applicant is seeking scholarships, grants, or financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars then the scholarship applicant should know at least the basic historical and founding facts surrounding Utah.


For example, the state is a center of transportation, education, information technology and research, government services, mining, and a major tourist destination for outdoor recreation. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s population estimates, Utah was the fastest-growing state in the United States as of 2008. St. George, Utah, was the fastest–growing metropolitan area in the United States from 2000 to 2005. A 2012 Gallup national survey found Utah overall to be the “best state to live in” based on 13 forward-looking measurements including various economic, lifestyle, and health-related outlook metrics.

Why are scholarships for accredited schools in Utah needed?

Utah scholarships are needed for accredited schools and universities in Utah because the Utah Department of Education is focused on education, and students should be rewarded for attending an accredited vs. a non-accredited school. By sponsoring scholarships, and grants for students attending accredited schools in Utah, we support the belief that every student matters. Also, a high-proportion of Utah moms, Utah , mothers, Utah women, and high-school graduates, as well as a large proportion of Utah working adults pursue some form of higher education.

We sponsor Utah scholarships for Utah moms, women, working adults, and students. Nearly all of these moms, women, working adults, and students rely upon accredited Utah scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Utah colleges and universities have experienced consistent year-over-year growth in enrollment, as well as a notorious habit of raising tuition each year. Unlike some states with lower educational standards, and a high proportion of students who drop out of schools, Utah is a state with stringent educational standards, and high expectations. Also, Utah has many quality school districts. Students whom plan on attending any of the quality universities in Utah like Utah University, or Utah State University, will need scholarships to attend such accredited schools or programs.

One of the best possible resources for moms, women, single moms, and adults seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for accredited colleges or accredited universities is the website of National Academy of American Scholarships. We encourage adult students, moms, women, and single mothers to explore these financial-aid options for scholarships, as well other Utah scholarships that are not listed but may be accessed by visiting our Utah Scholarships pages:


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