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    For One More Day Scholarship Research Zach, Isaiah, Patrick Facts about Athletic Scholarships 1.As many of you probably already know, the chances of getting a NCAA scholarship are slim to none. In fact, only about 2 percent of high school athletes get sports scholarships every year, and if you do get lucky enough to win a scholarship, it is usually only worth about $11,000 or less. Chick must have been very lucky, and skilled at baseball to receive a scholarship, especially one that was full-ride

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    Athletic Scholarships There are many good athletes in professional sports today. There are many good athletes in college sports today also. Some of the biggest names in sports are Mark McGwire, Steve Young, Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson, and so on. Now, imagine if all of those players never made it to the pros. What would happen to professional sports? Why are they in the pros now? To make it into professional sports you need more than just talent. You need opportunity. College scholarships

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    thought writing the Trustee Scholarship essay would be pretty straightforward. Write a 400 word essay from the heart. That should be easy, I have done that 20 times in the last month. It was simple until I saw the topic for the essay: “Describe a transformational academic experience you’ve had.  How does that experience influence the way you learn today?  What impact has it had on your life and your long-term goals?” I wrote about that exact same topic for my common app essay. So what am I to do now

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    College scholarships, the attraction of every devoted sports player out there. Earning scholarships brings players together not only to step up their game, but to be enthusiastic about exceeding their academic goals. Colleges put down an amount of money to attract top athletes from high schools all over their state. Athletic meaning all sports, like golf, fencing, and water polo. Tons of schools and families support the aid colleges grant in their athletic scholarship programs, while others are against

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    Helpless. Grateful. Blessed. As a Professional Writing and Information Design (PWID) student, I have many options of what I want to do with my life after graduation. When I started this major in junior year, I had vague ideas of what I wanted to do, but I thought I was not good enough for them. I knew I wanted to be a writer; however, I did not know where to go with my writing skills. I had a lot of trouble knowing what I could do as a writer and what jobs I could find in my shallow search. When

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    Football Scholarships and Woman's Sports       Saturdays in the fall bring together millions of people to celebrate college football, a ritual that bonds the community in stadiums and in living rooms across America. This American sport takes a heavy financial toll in colleges everywhere. Just one in four colleges across America make money on their football team (mostly large division I schools). College teams spend millions of dollars stockpiling athletes and struggle to keep pace with rivals

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    total of four essays, each one seem to be better then the last. My best essay had to have been my college scholarship essay. The prompt I used for my scholarship essay was “something I know now that I wish I knew when I was younger”. I talk about how failure is something everyone should experience, because it helps you learn from your mistakes and gain valuable experience. I truly believe in this concept, which helped me, dive head first into this essay. Something else that made this essay standout,

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    a junior in high school, I changed my focus to baseball and joined summer and fall travel teams, as well as my high school team. At South Side High School, I was a top prospect in the area and due to grades, I was unable to join a college on a scholarship. At that moment, my dreams were crushed. But, when I graduated in 2009, the idea then came up to change my focus to the journalism side of the sports world. I've always been quite strong in English throughout school, and decided that it would then

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    After my acceptance to Agnes Scott, I decided to take a gap year. It was a bit of a hasty decision, but it has to be made as I had to wait a bit more to obtain a scholarship. I was unfortunately unable to travel as I had hoped but instead spent the time trying to work on myself more. I meditated, watched and read informative material. Refusing to succumb to the often felt sluggishness that accompanies long periods without a schedule, I have kept up my studies with the aid of some online courses,

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    My Scholarship Essay As a goal oriented young adult, I aim to express my motivation to apply for the Valencia College foundation scholarship. As a college student, I thrive on the challenges and obstacles that I encounter which allow me to continue become a successful scholar. My family for one, are the main source of motivation, which allows me to continue to excel in school. My past work experiences, also allow me to push through to my full potential in continuing my education. Lastly, my educational

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