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[12 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 4,346 views]
Edvisors – One of the Fastest Growing Companies in the Country

Inc. magazine ranked Edvisors (www.edvisors.com), a leading student marketing company, on its annual Inc. 500|5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

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[7 Mar 2012 | One Comment | 429 views]
StudentScholarshipSearch.com Reveals The Top 5 Scholarship Application Mistakes in Infographic

StudentScholarshipSearch.com, a division of the Edvisors online education company, recently released an infographic that depicts the top 5 application mistakes that students make when applying for college scholarships. The infographic lays out the 5 tips, which include not following instructions and not paying attention to deadlines, and provides tips for students on how to avoid those mistakes.

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[23 Jun 2011 | No Comment | 1,592 views]
ScholarshipPoints.com members recognize inspiring educators across the country

ScholarshipPoints, along with its membership base of over 2 million students, is recognizing outstanding men and women who work towards better educating the world every day. Over the last month, members of this unique college scholarship reward program were asked to submit an essay nominating an educator who has encouraged them to succeed in education, inspired members of the student body, and positively impacted their school as a whole.

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[19 Apr 2011 | 4 Comments | 607 views]
ScholarshipPoints.com helps student transfer from community college to UCLA

ScholarshipPoints an Edvisors online education company, recently announced the winner of its first $10,000 scholarship of 2011. On March 15th, Paolina Engibegian of Glendale Community College became the 11th student to receive a $10,000 scholarship from ScholarshipPoints. With the help of this scholarship Engibegian plans to transfer to the University of California, Los Angeles to continue working towards her dream of becoming an Endocronologist.

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[23 Oct 2009 | 5 Comments | 675 views]
Scholarship Points Membership Tops Half a Million College Students

This month, ScholarshipPoints.com, an Edvisors online education company, surpassed a striking 500,000 members. Through the free scholarships program, ScholarshipPoints.com is working to defray the ever increasing cost of college for students by giving away up to $100,000 in 2009. Participation in the program is free, and members earn points by participating in surveys, reading helpful blogs, and engaging in other online activities. Accrued points can be exchanged for entries into any month’s scholarship drawing, including the upcoming $10,000 giveaway. To ensure funds are used for educational purposes, awards are sent directly to the student’s financial aid office.

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[15 Oct 2009 | No Comment | 23 views]
Beyond Scholarships and Student Loans

For some people nothing compares to the experience of living at college for four years. What could be better than having the library, the gym and the dining hall right at your fingertips? Not to mention being able to get together with your friends every Thursday night to watch Grey’s Anatomy in the lounge or being able to roll out of bed on Friday mornings and go to class in your sweatpants.

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[4 Sep 2009 | 6 Comments | 648 views]
Barack Obama to Speak to America’s Students – President’s Speech

President Barack Obama (@ 12:00 p.m., Eastern Time (ET), September 8, 2009) will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning in a national address to the students of America. During this special address, the president will speak directly to the nation’s children and youth about persisting and succeeding in school.

The U.S. Department of Education invites students of all ages, educators, teachers, and administrators to participate in this historic moment by watching the president deliver the address.