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11 scholarships you should check out now

March 17, 2014 // Comments are off for this post.

Essay contest: How would you fix Chicago violence?
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October 18, 2013 // Comments are off for this post.

Want to win up to $500 in scholarship money and share your ideas on how to make Chicago safer? Teen...

Scholarships for everyone
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September 9, 2013 // Comments are off for this post.

Whether you’re a procrastinator or an overachiever, we’ve got you covered

Scholarship blowout!
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May 22, 2013 // Comments are off for this post.

It's not too late to save some money! Check out these scholarship opportunities.

Harper celebrates two Gates Millennium Scholars
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April 23, 2013 // Comments are off for this post.

Harper, a CPS high school plagued with a bad reputation, has seen its name in the press related to two great news events. First Lady Michelle Obama visited the school on April 10 for an anti-violence meeting with students, and now WBEZ reports that two students, Deonte Taylor and Brittney Knight, have been selected as Gates Millennium Scholars.

Advice for first-generation college students
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October 11, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

A first-generation college student shares tips that helped her have a better understanding of the post-secondary route and ease the anxiety of being the first one in her family to go to college.

Possible CPS strike puts college at risk for some student athletes
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August 30, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Marginal scholarship athletes in city, especially in football, need every game to impress recruiters.

COLLEGE: Application and scholarship checklist for success
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August 4, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Learn some important items to add to your college application and scholarship search checklist from Mash college contributor Jessenia Martinez.

Mailbox madness
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January 12, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Whether you've been accepted or rejected from your No. 1 college, prepare yourself for the next step.