Are you tired of feeling like you're on a wild goose chase for scholarships?
Do you want someone to hand you a list of local scholarships that you’re actually eligible for, so that you can focus on applying rather than searching?
If that sounds like you, we would be more than happy to support you on this journey in a one-on-one setting. Based on your unique qualities and situation, we will build you a scholarship list that your can apply for.
This package includes:
Here's how it works:
STEP 1: You will complete a scholarship survey, which will help us figure out what types of scholarships will be a good fit.
STEP 2: You (along with your parents) will schedule a 30-minute consult session with us to chat through your goals for the scholarship list, as well as to discuss your specific skills and unique qualities that will make you the best fit for scholarships on your list.
STEP 3: We will sit down with all of this information and search for the perfect scholarships that you can apply for right now, or in the future (or a mix of both - it's up to you).
STEP 4: You will get a customized scholarship list (of at least 25 scholarship opportunities) all organized in in a tracking spreadsheet for convenient access and easy sorting.
Book today to kick-start your scholarship list!
Jordan Schanda had to learn everything about college and scholarships the hard way. After a lot of work and a little bit of trial and error, she was fortunate to be awarded nearly $50,000 for college. Knowing her brother was not the same type of student, she and her mom carefully outlined and documented the process that had worked so successfully. They’ve helped thousands of failies across the country and the world navigate this process so that they can get into their top choice school and win scholarships to pay for their education.
Jordan graduated with honors from University of Arkansas, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minoring in statistics and sustainability. She received her Master of Science in Administrative Studies at Missouri State University.