Avoid crippling student debt! Instead, earn free money from scholarships!
Learn the 5 steps to earning $4,000-$360,000 from scholarships. This course builds on our free orientation to the 5 keys to scholarship success.
Paying the additional fee for this course gives you:
- 10 additional lessons digging deeper about scholarship statements, essays, and letters
- 8 lessons demonstrating how to use specific scholarship lists and search engines
- 3 demonstrations on how to use Google, Reddit, & Finaid to increase your scholarship money
- 6 quizzes to ensure you understand essential elements leading to success
- Free access to our weekly Scholarship Mastermind Groups
These 5 steps will help you get the money:
- Find 60-100 scholarships perfect for you
- Prepare and refine 36 statements to prove you deserve the money
- Solicit reusable letters of recommendation
- Write 5-6 reusable essays
- Submit 2-3 scholarship applications a week
Lawrence D. "Larry" Stevenson began helping people find and earn scholarships in 19984 when he read about one girl, with a 3.6 GPA, who earned $310,000 before the age of computers.He spent the last decade helping thousands of students earn free money for college.
As a professional trainer he taught 1,700+ groups in 22+ countries. He has authored 3 books and several online education programs. He is the author of 3 books on career development.
StartHow to Find 50-155 Scholarships (4:39)
StartHow to Use High School & College Web Sites (8:38)
StartHow to Use Finaid's Age 13 SCholarship List (3:32)
StartHow to Use Adventures in Education (5:45)
StartHow to use CareerOneStop (5:02)
StartHow to Use Scholarship Library (3:29)
StartHow to use MyCollegeScholarship (1:27)
StartScholarship Search Engines
StartQuizz: Find scholarships
Frequently Asked Questions
Discover how to use scholarship money to pay for tuition, books, lab
fees, housing, food, travel, and even dating.The processes taught in
this course will require approximately 100 hours to implement. You could
earn $40-$150 an hour fairly easily. This process works for 10th
graders-69 year old adults returning to school later in life.