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Transcript: My Scholarship in London ABRSM’s international scholarship at the ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC in London. This 12-month, international scholarship provides full payment of tuition fees for the duration of the course and a flight home on satisfactory completion of the course. Madame Tussauds + London Eye Tourist Package Adult ticket - £43.45 ($71.03) Madame Tussauds and London Eye both open daily with the exception of 25 December. Distance from Brisbane to London: approx. 16 997km no vaccinations required passport & student visa required Main Language - English Major Religion - Christian Acceptable Behaviour in England When visiting someone at their home, buy them a gift (flowers, chocolate, wine, etc) Eat with the fork in your left hand, knife in your right hand When queues are formed (e.g. waiting for a bus) stand in line and do not push in front of anyone Use manners (please, thank you, excuse me, sorry, etc) Similiar dress code to Australia Casual clothing during the day Smart casual/Semi-formal when going out for dinner (can depend on type of restaurant) ADVANTAGES London's customs and dress are very similar to Australia's London's religion and language is the same as Australia's Complimentary flight home College is located in the heart of London City Many tourist attractions No vaccinations are required for travel Plenty of transport options within the city DISADVANTAGES Cold climate High expenses I have chosen to accept this scholarship opportunity! Brisbane to Dubai - 16hr 15min Flight EK433 - Boeing 777-300ER - Business Class Dubai to London – 7hr 25min Flight EK003 – Airbus A380-800 – Business Class Total duration of flight = 23hr 40min Total fare + Tax = $5918.40 CULTURAL Time Difference 11 hours Royal Academy of Music Marylebone Road, LONDON Jan: 5.9 Feb: 5.5 Mar: 8.0 Apr: 9.8 May: 13.1 Jun: 16.2 Jul: 18.9 Aug: 18.5 Sep: 16.0 Oct: 12.8 Nov: 8.9 Dec: 7.1 Year: 11.7 Average Montly Temperatures (°C): places of interest ELECTRICITY Facts About London 1 British pound = 1.63582516 Australian dollars My Scholarship Royal Academy of Music Museum Free admission 11:30am–5:30pm Monday to Friday 12:00–4.00pm Saturdays If a service charge has been added to your bill or if you are unsatisfied with the service, no additional tip is required. However, if you are satisfied with the level of service, it is recommended to give a tip of at least 10%. Travel Information voltage : 230 volts Transport within London London Underground Docklands Light Railway (DLR) Bus Taxi Walking Brisbane to London with Emirates One-way flight (scholarship includes complimentary flight at the completion of the course) La Suite Hotel 37 Nottingham Place London W1U 5LT, United Kingdom Tipping adapter plug: Currency in UK British pound (GBP) LONDON EYE accommodation

Scholarship Presentation

Transcript: Earning over $36,000 in one year of free money How To Be Debt-Free When You Graduate Attention to Detail !!! Add Every Scholarship to your Excel Spreadsheet Read every application carefully. Sometimes they ask you to do some pretty ridiculous things, do them and do them right the first time. When writing a business letter use the correct format and try to find out who to address it to. Having everything correct and concise helps you stand out in good light, too many mistakes will do the opposite Type instead of hand writing if you can Always try to send unofficial transcripts when possible to save money and if you have to snail mail anything do it way in advance. This Presentation contains what I have learned while on a journey of: As you apply to scholarships save each tailored essay and resume with the year and application name This way you can always refer back to what was submitted and be able to keep a clear record of what is working and what isn't. Also this makes it simple to reapply next year Resume Tips and Tricks about the scholarship process Ask early to give plenty of time Follow-up, professors forget things too Provide your resume, with extracurriculars and GPA Ask professors whom you have had a good relationship with, even if they were from high school Start thinking ahead of who you will ask next to consistently build a support network Save electronic versions to always have plenty of options on hand and choose the best fit one Learn About the Organization Create an immaculate Resume The Career Center has a good template you can use Try to get extra circular activities outside of the class room on it , such as research projects Your resume should reflect your passions, ambition, and drive Have others that know you proof read it After at least two people have proof read it, take it to Career Services and have them fix remaining kinks Scholarships you only half qualify for Start Google-ing and Never stop Things are always changing and being updated Check your local county Look for anything that makes you different Use different search engines The farther you dig the better your chances Sign-up on scholarship search sites, My Favorites are; Let the Search Begin Save Everything Try enlisting the help of another Applying to over 50 different scholarships Has anyone offered to help you? Sometimes family members are unable to help financially but can offer their time Never be afraid to ask for help This will be very time consuming They can scan scholarships you may qualify for so your free time is used more effectively General Essay Getting Started The best way I have kept track of scholarships and specifics pertaining to them is with an excel spreadsheet Create a spreadsheet with columns including scholarship name, dead line, website, requirements, what things you have accomplished thus far, what needs to be done still Recommendation Letters Get Organized What you need to do before you begin your search for external scholarships Treat this like a part time job I have received scholarships from; The American Helicopter Society Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers National Business Aviation Association Women in Aviation Buick Achievers Always contact to organization with questions, sometimes they didn't know they were looking for you. Apply, Apply, Apply even if it seems like a long shot, I PROMISE you will get surprised Sell Yourself - One of the MOST Important steps Highlight things about yourself that is targeted at the scholarship and will change for each one Think about what they are looking for and why they are giving this money away Make sure your essay and other parts of your application come straight out and say why you are the best fit. Don't let them infer or try to search for why you are the best candidate. Keep on top of your spreadsheet and always try to look at least a month ahead Be sure to reconfirm upcoming due dates, organizations tend to sometimes change things year-to-year Gleam in All Your Hard Work Since it Payed-Off Most scholarship applications ask for a similar essay to be submitted with the application Topics usually include; what have you accomplished, what do you want to accomplish, and how will this scholarship benefit you. Write a general essay of these topics Use the writing lab as a resource Have others proof read it Be ready to tailor your essay to each specific application This essay is how the people awarding te scholarships will get to know you the best, use it to you advantage. Avoid typos Being Awarded on average 1 in 4 scholarships I apply to If you stick out the hard work, you will be getting paid more than a minimum wage job on campus Block off time in your schedule specifically to work on scholarship applications and stick to it Its a numbers game, the more you apply to, the more likely you are to get awarded one. Set a goal of how many applications you would like to apply to each month and write it

Scholarship Presentation

Transcript: In 2011, the GPC Foundation awarded over $180,000 in scholarships. Scholarships are established with private donor funds. Donors determine the criteria, which is why it varies from scholarship to scholarship. Scholarships are based on need, merit, and/or service. There are three application deadlines: March 1st, July 1st, and October 1st. Scholarships can alleviate the financial burden associated with attending college. Scholarships are a great alternative to student loans. Scholarships can raise your profile with future colleges and employers The application period will open 30 days prior to the approaching deadline, at which time the current application and list of scholarship opportunities will post on the Foundation website http://www.gpc/Foundation/scholarships.htm You may also visit the the GPC homepage and enter "Foundation Scholarships" into the search box. The Application Process Frequently Asked Questions Felicia Hardin Lewis Coordinator of Scholarships (678) 891-2556 Since its inception in 1983 as a private, non-profit organization, the Georgia Perimeter College Foundation has had one goal – to serve, support and promote the students, faculty and staff of Georgia Perimeter College. The Foundation Trustees manage the Foundation assets and help raise private support for Georgia Perimeter College. The Foundation provides student scholarships based on need, academic achievement and service. The Foundation also supports student programs, funds academic initiatives, and allows GPC to provide professional growth opportunities, awards and incentives for outstanding faculty and staff. About the Foundation Questions? Why Apply for Scholarships? GPC Foundation Scholarships About GPC Foundation Scholarships About Our Donors "How are Foundation scholarships different from Financial Aid?" Private funds vs. federal/state funds and loans "Can I apply for more than one scholarship?" Yes! As long as you are eligible, you may apply. "Can I receive a scholarship if I don't have financial need?" Yes! Scholarships are given for need, merit, and service. "Are international students eligible for scholarships?" Yes! As long as the criteria doesn't say otherwise. "Can I use my scholarship at my transfer institution? No. GPC Foundation scholarships must be used at GPC. "Do you have info about the HOPE Scholarship?" No. HOPE is administered through Financial Aid. APPLAUSE :-) Donors consist of GPC faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, corporate partners, members of the community, and even students. Donors establish scholarships for a variety of reasons. Review the scholarship list to determine which scholarships you are eligible for. Gather all supplemental scholarship materials (i.e. essay, recommendation, Student Aid Report, etc. Complete the online application. Submit your supplemental materials in one packet via email, fax, or mail. The Scholarship Selection Committee will choose a recipient for each scholarship. All applicants will be notified of their application status by the end of the semester in which they applied. Scholarship recipients will have their awards applied to their student accounts for the following semester after they have registered for classes All recipients are required to submit a Thank You letter, photo, and attend the Scholarship Luncheon and/or meet the donor of their scholarship. Applying for Scholarships

Scholarship Presentation

Transcript: Scholarship Presentation Joseph Le To apply, applicants must simply submit a form on the Niche website. One application allowed per person. Niche "No Essay" Scholarship Basic Description Niche Provided by Provided by $2,000 offered annually, non-renewable Award Amount Award Amount Sunday, April 30, 2017 Deadline Deadline The winner will be contacted via email at the end of the monthly contest and his/her name will be posted on the website. All scholarships will be awarded without regard to sex, race, age, religion, or national origin of the applicant. Additional Information Additional Information Website Link Website Link Must be a high school student, college student, grad student or adult learner. This award is for U.S. students Eligibility Requirements Eligibility Requirements 12 awards Topic Topic Humanity Rising Service Challenge Humanity Rising Service Challenge Students must register an account at the provider website. Humanity Rising will then provide students with information related to one or more service challenges that are operated on a regular, often continuing, basis. Applications are accepted throughout the year, and reviews of current entries will be conducted regularly. Provided By Provided By Humanity Rising Award Amount Award Amount $500 to $2,000 annually non-renewable Deadline Deadline Sunday, April 30, 2017 Students can become eligible by volunteering at a nonprofit organization in one of these areas, completing some of the suggested service activities, or by creating their own Service Project. Additional Information Additional Information Website Link Website Link Must be 13 years of age or older at the time of application. Must be a current high school student at the time of application. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. This award is for U.S. students. Eligibility Requirements Eligibility Requirements The number of awards varies annually, depending on the number of qualified applicants. Topic Topic Basic Description Students must like the Facebook page and post a comment, in under 10 words, why they deserve the scholarship. 10 Words or Less Provided by Provided by $500, non-renewable Award Amount Award Amount Friday, June 30, 2017 Deadline Deadline Students must plan to attend a 2-year or 4-years college in the fall of 2017 Additional Information Additional Information Website Link Website Link Must be between the ages of 14 and 25. This award is for U.S. and international students. Eligibility Requirements Eligibility Requirements One award offered Topic Topic Basic Description VIP Voice Scholarship Applicants must register online to take surveys; take two surveys to become eligible to compete for the Scholarship Sweepstakes The NPD Group, Inc. Provided by Provided by $5,000 Award Amount Award Amount Saturday, June 17, 2017 Deadline Deadline Winners will be selected about 2 weeks after the application deadline date each quarter. Additional Information Additional Information Website Link Website Link Must be 13 or older to apply, Must reside in the U.S. or Canada Eligibility Requirements Eligibility Requirements Topic Topic One award offered

Scholarship presentation

Transcript: NBPS Dance Attended the Meritas Dance festival in New York City Student Government I performed and gave my farewell speech at DMA Florida 2013 to pass down my tile as Teen Miss Dance of Florida 2012 and also competed and won in the senior Duo/Trio category Scholarship presentation Assisted dance and acrobatic classes (20 hours) Competed at ADA regional and state dance compeitions (placed second overall) Latin Dance What I plan for my future Circus Arts cared for abandoned animals for an animal rescue service (A Better Life Rescue) through the summer (310 hours) Competed in the women's solo category at the World Salsa Summit and the Junior's solo division at the World Latin Dance Cup where I placed 2nd Reached out to Commit 2b Fit and NVEEE and started an organization to bring awareness to childhood obesity called dance from the heart for the heart and started an NB club (40 hours to be signed off) Competed in the dance segment on Sabado Gigante and won the $3,000 first prize. Dance Masters of America Performed in the community at the panther's game and lighthouse point parade Extra curricular activities Trained and choreographed with brother for salsa events. Invited to perform and teach workshops at the Aventura Dance Cruise, Unity of Dance festival in Orlando, LA salsa festival, Orlando salsa congress and more. NBPS Varsity Dance Team 2013-2014 school year Studio Dance Team Performed in the community with my brother at the Coral Springs 50th anniversary and fundraiser events like chamber of commerce salsa fest (8 hours) Also competed at Prime Time (won first place in solo and duo/trio category 2012-2013 school year Trained in acrobatics, aerial silks, trapeze, and german wheel Community Service Won scholarship at the 2013 Jump Convention Miami 2012-2013 PSAT Performed in pep rallies, winter carnival, and many other school performances. Academics Performed in the community (at nursing homes, the Broward County Fair, and Our Town festival at coral springs) Topic 5 Volunteered at the Everglades Youth Conservation Camp (80 hours) As Teen Miss Dance of Florida, I realized that dance gives me a platform to give back to the community.

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