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Author(s):College Board
Title:Where the scholarships are: How to develop a scholarship strategy
Date:Not Dated
Organization:College Board
Short Description:This website offers parents and students some strategies to locate scholarships for college.
Annotation:The tips found on this website provide parents and students with places to search for scholarships, instead of a list of specific scholarships. The article suggests individiuals should research local scholarships first because there will probably be fewer applicants.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
High School
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement
Preparation/College Readiness
Senior Year of High School

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