JD Mason Ahhh adulting, one of the things every college graduate has to go through. Adapting from barely making it to comfortably paying bills and surviving without your parents help can be quite daunting. There’s enough pressure on you as it is. You’ve received your degree, accepted an offer from your “dream” job, and just signed a lease […]
Photo Credit: Olu Eletu This article is Part 2 of a commentary piece written to add viable solutions to Jazz Keye’s article “How African-Americans Can Break the Cycle of Inherited Poverty”. Before reading my article, I encourage you to read the original piece or you will be completely lost. If you haven’t read Part 1, click […]
Photo Credit: Olu Eletu This article is a commentary piece written to add viable solutions to Jazz Keye’s article “How African-Americans Can Break the Cycle of Inherited Poverty”. Before reading my article, I encourage you to read the original piece or you will be completely lost. As I scrolled through my Facebook timeline, I came across […]
How many people really know HOW to get a good credit score? I mean really. Do you even know what makes up a good score? 500? 620? 875? Many people struggle with increasing their score for 2 reasons. 1) They don’t know what makes up their credit score and 2) they don’t know how to […]
It’s hard to save! You have to manage budgeting, recording what you spend and oh don’t forget those concert tickets you just bought that blew your budget! Then you start all over again! What if I told you there is a simple way to save? I learned this trick in high school and it has […]
You can write scholarships all day everyday but if you don’t win what’s the point? Sometimes you may submit your application and not even get a response. Or you get the rejection letter starting off with, “Thank you for applying…”. These are some of the most frustrating moments. This could kill your motivation. Don’t falter! I […]
The first scholarship I ever wrote for I won! Unfortunately, it was downhill from there. It wasn’t until I met someone, who later became my mentor, my writing skills began to flourish. He was a grant/scholarship writing guru. Each year students my school district won some of the largest scholarships (Gates Millennium, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s etc.) […]
Welcome to my 4-part scholarship writing series! The goal of this series is to give you a blueprint in writing scholarships. I understand the amount of work that goes into writing them so I wanted to give you some guides to help in your endeavors. Here are the topics: Learn How to Write Scholarships Utilizing […]
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