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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Scholarship Points: Win Scholarships, Earn Points, and Win Prizes

Scholarship Points: Win Scholarships, Earn Points, and Win Prizes

Scholarship Points: Win Scholarships, Earn Points, and Win Prizes. There is a new way to obtain financial-aid, scholarships, and win money for higher-education. Many scholarship sponsors are using a Scholarship Points system to attract a social-media savvy crowd. The system works by earning Scholarship Points by Sharing, Liking, Following, Re-Tweeting popular links. Making phone calls to sponsors is also a way to earn Bonus points. Scholarship applicants and grant seekers build Scholarship Points online and are credited for their actions. When a certain level of points are accumulated, they can 'cash" in the Scholarship Points for a chance to win a Scholarship, or Prize at the end of the month. Sound simple? It is simple.

How to Earn Scholarship Points through popular Scholarship Programs

How to Earn Scholarship Points through popular Scholarship Programs. Pardon the comparison, and we do not condone prison breakouts, however, If David Sweat and Richard Matt can demonstrate enough will-power to break out of a maximum security prison, and work tirelessly for seven months cutting through a 24 inch pipe undetected, we believe it is not asking too much for our scholarship applicants to do simple tasks like Re-tweeting, Sharing, Following, Liking, and Calling at least 3 of our sponsors, and referring friends or family members to do the same. How bad do you want to win $10,000, $1,000, or win $500? Scholarships require effort. Scholarships require meritorious intent, and a demonstration of intent to attend a college or university.

Can you Earn Scholarship Points by Killing a Google Executive?

Can you Earn Scholarship Points by Killing a Google Executive? Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes was familiar with Scholarship Points. However, he referred to his points system as Whore-Points since he was secretly dating Alix Catherine Tichelman, and he used a significant amount of money on buying the affection of prostitutes. Alix Catherine Tichelman was a high-priced hooker that sold her services through a points system that was based upon wealth, and influence. The more money her 'Trick; made, the more money she would charge. She was accused of killing Mt. Hayes in sex-drug-scandal. Can you earn points for killing a Google executive? Absolutely not!!! We do not advocate, suggest, or imply to any person to engage in any criminal act(s). All it takes is old-fashioned sharing, re-tweeting, liking, following and placing a few phone calls if you have a genuine interest in a particular product or service. Notice the catch word IF. Yes. you can earn scholarship points for expressing an interest in something you are ALREADY interested in.

More ways to earn Scholarship Points: Sharing, Liking, Re-Tweeting, and Following

There are so many more ways to earn Scholarship Points. Participate in our social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Google-Plus, Blogger, and Pinterest. The more social media channels you are a subscriber of and/or share then the opportunity to earn more scholarship points will increase. Use popular social-media channels to earn scholarship points. For example, use could like our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-Aid FaceBook page; Follow our NAAS Scholarships Twitter page; Follow our Top Scholarships Pinterest page; Like our scholarships, grants, and financial-aid links on Facebook, and Pinterest. Please read more about the fascinating history and innovative firsts of National Academy of America Scholars, and how National Academy of American Scholars became synonymous with integrity, reliability, trust, and superior ethics. We encourage readers to review our U.S. Scholarships, International Scholarships, and the many scholarships, grants, and financial-aid that we sponsor.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

High-School Volleyball Coach Jonathan Roldan Accused of filthy sex

High-School Volleyball Coach Jonathan Roldan Accused of filthy sex


Last year, our Scholarship Committee sent to numerous teachers, including Jonathan Adam Roldan, 23, of East Los Angeles, a teacher at Esteban E. Torres High School in East L.A a series of Volleyball scholarship applications to be distributed to students at his high-school. The 23 year-old teacher never responded to our written requests that eligible students be notified of our California Scholarship opportunities.

Now, we know why Jonathan Adam Roldan was so busy. Last week, local and national media report that high-school teacher Jonathan Adam Roldan was arrested on suspicion of having perverted, inappropriate, and unlawful sex with a student. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirmed the arrest of the Volleyball coach. When specifically questioned by a reporter 'Did you rape a kid?', he had no immediate response. When questioned by this blogger: Did you distribute California Volleyball Scholarships literature sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars? , the rape suspect had no answer to that question either.

California Volleyball players are some of the most dynamic players in the entire U.S.A., and these young students need to be kept abreast of all availiable scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.

Myth of No Unclaimed VolleyBall Scholarships disputed by Scholarship Blogger

In the early 1990s, Mark Kantrowitz, whom the national media has fraudulently labeled as a "financial-aid expert", repeatedly attacked organizations whom sponsored scholarships that he claimed were "nothing more than lotteries". When offered a high-paid executive position by Scholarship Points, the media-appointed financial-aid expert changed his opinion, lifted his skirt, and accepted the position. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected the trademark application of Scholarship Points, and claimed that the employer of Kantrowitz was simply a social gaming company that dispensed lottery-style scholarships by chance or gaming points.

Mark Kantrowitz also claimed there is no such thing as "unclaimed" scholarships. I rebut and dispute his claims. There are unclaimed Volleyball scholarships, and there are unclaimed California scholarships, and there are even unclaimed phony 'financial-aid experts' waiting to be plucked by the highest bidder. By buying Mark Kantrowitz or paying him a high salary, Scholarship Points is assured that it no longer needs to be labeled a lottery scholarship sponsor or a scam scholarship sponsor. When a clever publicity-seeking, self-promotion artist, has never managed a multi-million dollar portfolio of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, it is easy for him/her to guess, and create the illusion having "expert" knowledge on a topic he/she is ill-qualified to address.

Jonathan Adam Roldan Refused to Distribute California Volleyball Scholarship Applications

National Academy of American Scholars reports correctly that millions of volleyball scholarship dollars go unclaimed every year. Ask Jonathan Adam Roldan. When he is not teaching volleyball, police reports claim he is soliciting naive under-age girls for dirty acts, filthy acts, and outrageous acts of a perverted nature. Who has time to promote boring scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, is what Jonathan Adam Roldan was probably thinking to himself. Police reports suggests that Jonathan Adam Roldan was promoting his male services that had nothing to do with the promotion, and solicitation of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid opportunities sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars. Founded in September of 1988, in Claremont, California, how is it possible that any California teacher has not heard of and is not linking to National Academy of American Scholars? Jonathan Adam Roldan knew or should have known, or asked his parents, on the importance of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars. Instead, assuming police reports are accurate, helping kids with scholarships and grants was the last thing on his mind.

Scholarship sponsors may distribute scholarship literature to schools, teachers, and guidance departments, but the same schools may not distribute the literature, or may do so sparingly. The reasons vary. Therefore, few eligible students are notified of scholarship awards if his/her guidance department or teacher fails to notify the student. This is is a common occurrence, and contradicts the incompetent claims of phony of media-appointed phony financial-aid experts.

Police Number to Call: 1-(800)-PERVERT: 800-222-8477

An investigation into the alleged incidents of Jonathan Adam Roldan is ongoing. Authorities urged anyone with information about the alleged incidents or other potential victims to contact detectives at (877) 710-5273 or leave information anonymously at (800) 222-8477.

Perhaps Jonathan Adam Roldan should date Laura Elizabeth WhiteHurst. Laura Elizabeth WhiteHurst is a former Redlands School District teacher that escaped punishment for molesting teen boys. Both of these California teachers refused to vigorously, and aggressively promote scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars.

Jonathan Adam Roldan Scandal Affects on California Volleyball Scholarships

Fortunately, the Jonathan Adam Roldan arrest has no affect on the California Volleyball Scholarships that we sponsor, or on pending California scholarship applications.

For California Volleyball Scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, not ditributed by Jonathan Adam Roldan, please see this page:
California Volleyball Scholarships

Monday, July 1, 2013

July 2013 Table of Scholarship Points

Scholarship Points

Scholarship Points: July 2013 Table of Scholarship Points

Our July 2013 Table of Scholarship Points is below. Each month we publish a a comprehensive table of Scholarship Points for our Scholarship Club members to win scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. The table below represents a detailed and comprehensive table that allows scholarship registrants, Scholarship Club members, to monitor how we allocate Scholarship Points for consideration of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.

With student loan rates set to double this year, it is becoming more and more important for sponsors to get creative when sponsoring Scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for moms, mothers, and women. Financial-aid options available to students have risen, but so have student loan interest rates. Students, moms, and mothers can level the playing field by seeking out private sponsors of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.

Students, moms, and mothers MUST seriously consider the FREE option of using social medial channels. Do not let your pride stand in front of your wallet or purse when the person most expected to benefit is yourself. In five years, there may be a better solution. However, for now, let's use the current best option. Social media channels are thriving, and persons seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid must know how to use these social media channels to thrive also.

Using Scholarship Points to apply for Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-Aid


We invite our moms, mothers, students, and our Scholarship Club members to earn Scholarship Club points to obtain scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Earning scholarship points is really very easy. Since 1988, we have sponsored over $1 million worth of scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. We award scholarship points to Scholarship Club members who are eligible to apply for the scholarships, grants, and financial-aid that we sponsor.

How to earn scholarship points: using scholarship points to win scholarships


What do you need to do to earn Scholarship points? To earn scholarship points is really very simple. If you are seeking to earn scholarship points that may allow you the opportunity to be awarded scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars then all you need is one or more social media channels, and become a member of our Scholarship Club of America. For example, Scholarship Club membership is simple: Just LIKE our FaceBook page, or Follow our Twitter account, or register your name and email address on our Scholarship Club registration form, or simply 1-plus our Google Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-Aid page. Also, you can follow our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-Aid Pinterest page.

More ways to earn Scholarship Points: Sharing, Liking, Re-Tweeting, and Following

There are so many more ways to earn Scholarship Points. Participate in our social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Google-Plus, Blogger, and Pinterest. The more social media channels you are a subscriber of and/or share then the opportunity to earn more scholarship points will increase. Use popular social-media channels to earn scholarship points. For example, use could like our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-Aid FaceBook page; Follow our NAAS Scholarships Twitter page; Follow our Top Scholarships Pinterest page; Like our scholarships, grants, and financial-aid links on Facebook, and Pinterest. Please read more about the fascinating history and innovative firsts of National Academy of America Scholars, and how National Academy of American Scholars became synonmous with integrity, reliability, trust, and superior ethics. We encourage readers to review our U.S. Scholarships, International Scholarships, and the many scholarships, grants, and financial-aid that we sponsor.

Please review the July 2013 Scholarship Points table below. We encourage students and applicants to take advantage of the numerous scholarship points that we make available to win scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. Please also note which scholarship points have no expiration dates.

July 2013 Scholarship Points used to calculate Scholarship LeaderBoard Standings
Scholarship PointsAction RequiredExpiration date of Scholarship Points
25 Scholarship Points(1) Facebook LikeNever
30 Scholarship Points(1) Facebook ShareNever
25 Scholarship Points(1) Google Plus Follow Never
30 Scholarship Points(1) Google Plus Share 30 days
25 Scholarship Points(1) Pinterest FollowNever
25 Scholarship Points(1) Twitter FollowNever
25 Scholarship PointsEach Twitter Re-Tweet (RT)30 days
20 Scholarship PointsFavorite Twitter Tweets30 days
50 Scholarship PointsEach Pinterest Re-Pin of our media photos Never
25 Scholarship PointsSubscribe to our Scholarship BlogNever
100 Scholarship PointsAuthor a Scholarship article for Scholarship WatchNever
50 Scholarship PointsSubscriber to our Scholarship Watch siteNever
50 Scholarship PointsSubscribe to our Scholarship BlogNever
15 Scholarship PointsInvite us to your Google-Plus Circle 30 days
(5) Scholarship Points Facebook Comment Likes 30 days
50 Scholarship Points(1) Scholarship Registration Never
450 Scholarship Points(1) Online Scholarship Application 30 days
45 Scholarship Points per studentShared URL Link from school/company website Never
25 Scholarship PointsBefriend our Facebook Scholarship Badge Never
30 Scholarship PointsRefer an eligible student to Like our Facebook page Never
30 Scholarship PointsYouTube Subscription to our channel Never
15 Scholarship PointsYouTube video or .MPG4 file endorsing NAAS Scholarship Club Never
100 Scholarship PointsRE-TWEET Leader 3 months in a row. 60 days
July 2013 Scholarship Points for Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid
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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Review of National Scholarship Providers Association

Review of National Scholarship Providers Association

This is a professional review of the National Scholarship Providers Association (a/k/a N.SP.A.) 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."

In order to carefully review National Scholarship Providers Association, we must review National Scholarship Providers Association with the same set of criteria we use for other scholarship search databases. However, the National Scholarship Providers Association claims it is not a scholarship search service, but rather a membership of scholarship sponsors. The National Scholarship Providers Association has a very controversial history, dating back to its association with Mark Kantrowitz, National Association of Student Financial-Aid Administrators (NASFAA), and other alphabet organizations that all seem to be inter-related. The question is whether or not organizations like National Scholarship Providers Association dilute scholarship funds or inflate profits for scholarship administrators?

Purpose of the National Scholarship Providers Association review.

The purpose of this professional review of the National Scholarship Providers Association is to assist women, moms, mothers, and students, as well as educators evaluate the merits, claims, and services of National Scholarship Providers Association. This review of National Scholarship Providers Association is important because the National Scholarship Providers Association is --like FastWeb, Kantrowitz, and other alphabetically-related organizations -- members and/or advertisers of NASFAA.

Function and Mission Statement of the National Scholarship Providers Association

According to its published claims, the National Scholarship Providers Association asserts that its membership "is open to organizations, colleges and universities, and individuals who are active in the scholarship provider community.." In reality, tests were conducted to verify this claim. The tests conducted were to use "Scholarship providers" that charged application fees, handling fees, and engaged in other legal acts that contradicted stated principles of Mark Kantrowitz (who provides advice and consultation to the National Scholarship Providers Association). In many instances, certain "scholarship providers" efforts to join this "network" were either rebuffed or ignored.

Therefore, there are questions as to the true mission statement of the National Scholarship Providers Association. Is the National Scholarship Providers Association simply an alter-ego of the policies of Mark Kantrowitz who seems to have a defined policy as restricting who and which "Scholarship providers" are able to "join" the National Scholarship Providers Association, and which alphabet organization(s) is allowed to "profit" from an association with NASFAA or Fastweb, LLC? Why does the National Scholarship Providers Association assess fees upfront to scholarship providers, knowing that these fees are being disbursed from scholarship funds bequeathed or donated?

High Membership Fees of the National Scholarship Providers Association

The memberships of the National Scholarship Providers Association are extreme and excessive. The fees consume a significant chunk of funds that were intended solely for the benefit of scholarship recipients.

Table of Excessive Membership Fees of the National Scholarship Providers Association
Disbursed Scholarship DollarsMembership Fees
Less than $250,000$180
$250,000 to $499,999$240
$500,000 to $999,999$415
$1,000,000 to 9,999,999$600
$10,000,000 or more$1,000
Table of Excessive Membership Fees of the National Scholarship Providers Association

Other dues of the National Scholarship Providers Association range as high as $2,000. In the 1990's, Mark Kantrowitz raised a big issue of legitimate scholarship sponsors charging application fees for the assessment, evaluation, adminstration, and detailed analysis of merit-based scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. This "so-called" and media-labeled "Financial-Aid Expert" broad-brushed every single scholarship sponsor in the entire United States of America as a "scam" for assessing any fee whose mere purpose was to compensate professional educators for services rendered, and to keep administrative fees to a reasonable level.

As a so-called "financial-aid expert", the non-sensical logic of Mark Kantrowitz was that such fees were unnecessary, not needed, and were furthermore simply evidence of a "scam." Hundreds of scholarship sponsors who had been faithfully awarding, administering, and providing scholarships were now ---according to a non-certified "Financial-Aid Expert" -- operating a lottery-style scholarship scam. It is no coincidence that Mark Kantrowitz has not made any similar claims against the National Scholarship Providers Association; Read this article why Kantrowitz took a high-paying job from Scholarship Points (a company that is not sponsors lottery-style scholarships in violation of the membership criteria of National Scholarship Providers Association.).

The fees charged by his buddy organization, the National Scholarship Providers Association, are extreme, excessive, and completely unnecessary. I am not aware of any information or evidence that the National Scholarship Providers Association is a non-profit organization or that it operates at arms-length from all of its members.

Board of directors of the National Scholarship Providers Association
Mark Kantrowitz: Hypocrisy Statements

According to National Scholarship Providers Association, "entities that provide scholarships which are awarded without meaningful criteria and/or on a random basis (e.g. through sweepstakes or a lottery) are not eligible for the Scholarship Provider Memberships." What an interesting statement. Mark Kantrowitz accepted employment with Scholarship Points in May of 2013 with a company that apparently does not even meet the basic criteria for a membership into an organization where he serves on the Board of Directors!! Are you kidding me?

The apparent hypocrisy of Mark Kantrowitz is not surprising. While operating out of a make-shift, unlicensed, "office" on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Kantrowitz crafted FinAid.Org. Despite his humble office, and one-man corporation, he was invited to speak on the subject of student financial-aid before the U.S. Congress as guest of the FTC. The Federal Trade Commission, ate, swallowed, and gulped down every false, deceptive, and misleading statement of Mark Kantrowitz. No matter how wild the statement, the FTC considered Mark Kantrowitz the second coming of Jesus Christ. Having relatives in the FTC also helped. The FTC invited this flawed, self-serving, and skilled self-promotion artist to speak before the United States Congress knowing full well he had not accomplished a single prominent financial-aid act worthy of such invitation.

The U.S. main-stream media (Bloomberg, the Los Angeles Times, and many other main-stream media organizations) spoon-feed Americans, educators, and students the unproven statements of Mark Kantrowitz. Many Better Business Bureau chapters followed the lead of the FTC. The main-steam media dressed Mark Kantrowitz as an independent, objective, ethical, and legitimate "Financial-Aid Expert." The FTC went so far as to encourage the U.S. Congress to pass a legislative act that addressed purported "Scholarship fraud" while --- get this--- the same proposed legislative Act ignored over $500 billion of student-loan fraud. Tell me who is the "Financial-Aid Expert" or the "Financial-Aid" self-promotion artist. The National Scholarship Providers Association appears to be nothing more than a for-profit extension of Mark Kantrowitz/FinAid.Org.

Superfluous Membership Features of the National Scholarship Providers Association

the National Scholarship Providers Association has numerous features for scholarship providers. Not all the features, however, are really necessary. Many of the features of the National Scholarship Providers Association are essentially the same features that the scholarship providers can do for themselves, or with others.

Do you need the National Scholarship Providers Association?

Do you need the National Scholarship Providers Association? No. Not really. Scholarship providers, scholarship sponsors should be taking the principal of valuable scholarship funds and spending those monies on forp-profit third parties. 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.

Summary of the National Scholarship Providers Association

Typically, middle-man, organizations that purport to help schlolarship sponsors increase their reach or appeal are nothing more than buddy organizations set-up by for-profit scholarship search service companies and advertisers to siphon away valuable scholarship funds, and leave very little to the intended beneficiaries.

Organizations that join such third-party organizations are essentially allowing scholarship funds to be wasted in exchange for advertising services. The literature of the National Scholarship Providers Association is pretty direct if you read the details. This is a third-party organization which solicits membership fees on a sliding scale (the bigger, the scholarship fund, the bigger the membership fee), and then to add obscenity to its greed declares that a dominant component of their membership services is increase traffic and leads to the websites of their members.

In summary, membership fees paid to National Scholarship Providers Association can erode as much as half or more of donated scholarship funds. Over a 50-year scholarship fund lifetime, the membership fee percent fee charged by the National Scholarship Providers Association may erode 63 percent of the scholarship fund, and leave only 37% remaining. Deduct other expenses, and students will be left with very little scholarship funds. Scholarship funds that are depreciated by third-party organizations and which create the affect of compounding costs do not serve the best interests of the public nor intended scholarship recipients. Why spend an extra $1,000 when you can the item yourself for $1.00?

The past literature, the advertisements, the associations, and the detailed involvement of Mark Kantrowitz, leads me to believe that the National Scholarship Providers Association is a for-profit "buddy organization" set-up by a scholarship search service to generate profits for the members, Scholarship sponsors that agree to such fee-sharing arrangements, or pay-to-advertise buddy organizations, do not have high ethical standards.


A comprehensive table of Financial-aid Scholarship Points:
Scholarship Points



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!!

A comprehensive table of Financial-aid Scholarship Points:
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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!!

A comprehensive table of Scholarship Points:
Scholarship Points