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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.

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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