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    MoneyMatters101.com 2008 Scholarship Award http://www.moneymatters101.com/scholarship/moneymatters101scholarship.asp Award Amount: $300.00 U.S. Dollars
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 6 10:03 AM
      MoneyMatters101.com 2008 Scholarship Award

      http://www.moneymatters101.com/scholarship/moneymatters101scholarship.asp





      Award Amount: $300.00 U.S. Dollars

      Deadline: July 31, 2008 (postmark)

      Description:

      The 2008 MoneyMatters101.com Scholarship Award is available to freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior students attending a college or university in the United States or Canada. You must have a minimum 2.3 GPA.

      If you are a freshman and have not yet received your college grades, please submit your transcripts showing that you have enrolled in classes.

      One scholarship will be awarded. The winner will be notified through postal service and their name will be posted on the MoneyMatters101.com website.

      Phone Calls will not be accepted.

      You must submit an essay, maximum of 750 words, which addresses the following question:


      Are tax rebates really good for the economy or is this just another ploy to take our minds off the real issues facing the country?


      In addition to answering an essay question, you must submit your official college transcripts to be eligible for this award.

      Application:
      All submissions must include your college transcripts and essay. Submissions can be sent through regular mail and must be postmarked by July 31, 2008. Submissions must be mailed to:

      MoneyMatters101.com
      Scholarship 2008
      PO Box 18689
      Long Beach, CA 90807

      MoneyMatters101.com awards 1 scholarship 4 times a year.


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