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Scholarships for Seniors that require a nomination: Please email Mrs. Kapp at firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline to let her know you want to be nominated and explain why you would be a candidate.
Deadline (8 AM)
- Danforth Scholars (Wash U) November 1
- John M. Belk Scholarship (Davidson) November 6
- Fireside Essay Scholarship November 7
Boston University Trustee Scholarship Competition. Earn a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to BU. Deadline is December 2, 2017. For more information bu.edu/admissions/trustee
Colleges That Change Lives Scholarship. $1000 scholarships will be awarded to students who matriculate at a CTCL-member college or university. The application may be found on their website: www.ctcl.org
Georgia Tech Scholarship Offering for DeKalb Residents. Applications can be accessed at www.gtalumni.org/scholarships
The Thomas Wolfe Scholarship of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Students must apply to both the university and the scholarship to be considered. Visit http://englishcomplit.unc.edu/creative/scholarship/tws for more information.
Sun Trust Scholarship Sweepstakes. Enter now at: suntrusteducation.com/scholarshipsweepstakes for a chance to win a $500 scholarship.
Leadership/Intern Programs/Employment Opportunities
Georgia Republican Party Internship Program. Pleas email email@example.com or call 903-521-6855. Mention you are a high school student and be prepared to provide a list of your mandatory time commitments during the week and your availability throughout the week and the weekend.
Top Pitfalls of Freshman Year
- Not taking 9th grade academics seriously/believing freshman year doesn't really count and you can make up for it later - GPA foundation
- Not getting involved in something/no extracurricular activities
- Not taking risk to forge relationships with classmates/waiting for others to approach you
- Not forging relationships with important adults in your life
- Not thinking about the future (more than tomorrow or next week!)
- Getting behind in assignments--homework or makeup work from absences multiply quickly!
- Not asking for help (classmates, Lion Leaders, teachers, counselors, administrators)
- Engaging in risky behavior
- Limiting yourself to one group or clique