Mission: Scholarship is designed to provide equitable access to high-quality college and scholarship preparedness resources for students from disadvantaged backgrounds by implementing initiatives that strive to prepare students academically, financially, and emotionally for the college application process.
The Mission: Scholarship College Readiness Tour will feature a series of In-Person and Virtual Workshops across the Southeastern Region that will cover Navigating the College and Scholarship Application Process, Advancing your Professional Development, and Preparing a Gameplan for the College Admissions Cycle.
Mission: Scholarship's virtual initiatives are designed to assist students with all aspects of the college application process. From one-on-one appointments to college readiness courses, Mission: Scholarship will ensure that your application is in great shape to position you for acceptance at multiple institutions across the country. We offer assistance to students with essay revision, extracurricular list development, college research, and other important application materials!
Mission: Scholarship aids students in their journey towards a debt free education by providing support to students with the scholarship application process. We help students implement strategies necessary for obtaining both local and competitive scholarships across the nation. Mission: Scholarship will ensure that all students will have a strong application by assisting with scholarship essay development, resume guidance, and interview preparation.
Mission: Scholarship is dedicated to launching community engagement initiatives that will assist members of underrepresented groups and marginalized communities. We frequently conduct virtual, college readiness seminars, essay writing workshops, and create paid and unpaid leadership/internship opportunities for students.
The College Readiness Packet from Mission: Scholarship provides guidance for students with all aspects of the college admissions and scholarship application process. Inside this forty-plus page booklet, you will find college list scenarios, where Sherrod Crum went wrong in his college application process, examples of great extracurricular lists, how to attack college supplement essays and so much more!
With scholarship essays from:
-Karen Calderon, UNC-Chapel Hill
-Kyndall Payton, Duke University and Gates Scholar
-Devin Street, UNC-Chapel Hill and Johnston Scholar
Get a jump start on being a competitive applicant for colleges and scholarships today!
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