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Author(s):Scholarship America
Title:ScholarShop
Source:http://www.scholarshipamerica.org/ss/index.php
Date:2006
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Short Description:ScholarShop is a curriculum and multi-media resource center to motivate and prepare young people to achieve their full potential as students and as productive members of society.
Annotation:ScholarShop is a curriculum and multi-media resource center to motivate and prepare young people to achieve their full potential as students and as productive members of society. ScholarShop is a fresh way of approaching career and postsecondary exploration. ScholarShop makes learning about yourself, careers, colleges and other postsecondary schools FUN! For schools, colleges, and youth-serving agencies with existing programs for career and college exploration, ScholarShop is a tool to make the job easier. For organizations that do not currently have a career and college exploration program, ScholarShop pulls together all the pieces needed for a comprehensive program that includes activities for parent involvement.
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Career Development
College and Career Planning (for Students)
High School
Preparation/College Readiness
Scholarships
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