Posts Tagged: Scholarship

I live a quality life in my country, had a sound financial status, a lovely family, and finally successfully excelled in my academic life. In the state where I was living, I used to be rewarded for my excellent academic studies year in year out. My most recent award was a scholarship for my entire… Read Article →

One calm and cold winter morning, I awoke to the sound of knocking on my front door. I rushed downstairs to open it. I turned the knob and was aghast at who I saw on the other side. Cameras flashed as Oprah Winfrey told me that I had won the “Fall Kick Off ‘3 Wishes’… Read Article →

University- No more tests, no more exams!!! “Exam eradication” is the most striking news from the university to its students. From now on, instead of taking examinations, students’ performance will be based on continuous assessment and project work. However, everything has its 2 sides and this decision is of no exception. The news of “No exam”… Read Article →

During a life time you can choose between many roads. There will be some that can be easier than others, but will not lead to as much satisfaction as others. The most satisfying ones may have the most difficulties, but with hard work and dedication anyone can achieve. In order to be successful and more… Read Article →

The Sheet Metal Workers International Association has helped me and family in reaching our status right now. If not with the Association, we would not be where we are today. My dad, as a member of the SMWIA, was able to raise us with proper education with the benefits we get from the Association. I… Read Article →

The Role and Life of a Mental Health Counselor For the Final Project, you will apply the information learned in this course, as well as in an interview you conduct, to your understanding of what it means to be a mental health counselor. Interview (in person) a mental health counselor who works with a population… Read Article →

Tim Wise states that white students do receive many unearned advantages throughout their school careers. This is because white children tend to come from families who have the means and resources to ensure quality education for their children. The truth is that, as Wise points out, the majority of minority students come from backgrounds with… Read Article →

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