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5 Ways Going to College Changed My Life and The Hispanic Scholarship Fund #HSFstories

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I'm so glad that you're here reading this post!  Are you struggling with the idea of going to college? Or sending your kids to college? There are so many people online right now talking about how you can get by without going to college, who are spreading this idea that college is out of reach for many of us because of time and money. That's not true! College IS WITHIN REACH with The Hispanic Scholarship Fund. It's especially important for Latino families to understand that skipping college because of money is not necessary. There are resources available to make going to college more accessible, affordable, and sensible. Going to college is one of the things that has helped my family improve their way of life leaps and bounds over that of my non-college educated family members. I wish they all knew what I know now and had gone to school!

Did you know you only have a few more weeks to apply for The Hispanic Scholarship fund before it is closed for the year?

Open for applications starting January 1 each year, The Hispanic Scholarship Fund accepts applications through March 30 annually. If your kids are in high school, be sure to mark the calendar so you'll be prepared in the coming years! And if they are in college now, today is the time to apply for The Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

DOWNLOAD a FREE printable College Prep checklist that INCLUDES the dates to apply for The Hispanic Scholarship Fund – read to the end of the post to find out how!

5 lessons from college

Are you ready to see how college CHANGED MY LIFE?

I'm completely 100% serious. Going to college changed everything about my life. Learn how college can:

  • Give your student more confidence
  • Change and elevate the way your student problem solves and sees situations
  • Open doors to whole new levels of opportunity
  • Help your student learn discipline and time management
  • Give your student a sense of accomplishment early on in their life

How do I know about this? I put myself through school, earning two Bachelor's of Arts degrees and a Master's in Public Administration before I was 30 with two kids in tow and after a stint in the Army. If I can do this, you CAN do this! And your student CAN do this too. Going to college absolutely changed my life for the better.

CLICK HERE to see how College changed my life, how I paid for college + get a free download COLLEGE PREP CHECKLIST

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