Keeping track of volunteer hours now will make applying for college scholarships less time intensive.

Keeping Track of Volunteer Hours

Keeping track of volunteer hours will make applying for college scholarships less time intensive when the time comes. Some ask for EXACT hours volunteered.

Prepare for scholarship application time by designating a place for honors, awards, report cards, etc. A little organization now will save you a lot of searching later.

Scholarship Mom Tip #121: Scholarship Prep: Get Organized

Do you know where your child's last report card is? Prepare for the busy scholarship application season by designating a place for honors, awards, report cards, etc. A little organization now will save you a lot of searching later.

Don't overlook club scholarships.

Scholarship Mom Tip #119: Don’t Overlook Club Scholarships

Don't overlook club scholarships like Elks, Masons, Knights of Columbus, and more. While some may require membership, not all do, and it's worth checking.

Scholarship Mom Tip #117: Beware Senioritis!

Beware of "senioritis" and the ill effects slacking off (or even appearing to slack off on social media) can have on your scholarship and college applications.

Juniors start the scholarship process now and beat the rush coming in the fall. Your recommendation writers will thank you.

Scholarship Mom Tip #116: Juniors Start Now

Juniors – start now. Starting your college and scholarship process early will not only help you navigate the extremely busy senior year with less stress, but it will help your teachers and administrators, too.