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Who's Who?

alyssieannalyssieann Registered User Posts: 382 Member
I just got the envelope from one of my teachers. Is it even worth it, or does pretty much everyone get picked for it? Should I consider signing up? How does it work? I'm only a junior, can I wait until I'm a senior? Thanks!
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Replies to: Who's Who?

  • hellokitty11hellokitty11 Registered User Posts: 126 Junior Member
    its BS. dont waste your time
  • kbfunkymonkeykbfunkymonkey Registered User Posts: 366 Member
    its worth a try....it only takes like a minute or two to fill out....and one stamp

    just dont give them any of your money

    ive heard of a few ppl winning the scholarship that they give...small chance of actually getting one...but its worth a try in my opinion....you can still get a scholarship if your a junior....idk....

    some ppl are like "there is almost no way to get the scholarship"...but i think you have better chances with this then a "fastweb" scholarship....like almost every student in the US knows about fastweb...lol....

    and becasue you recieved it this year....doesnt mean you will next year....not everyone gets it....a lot of ppl do...but not everyone
  • machiavellimachiavelli Registered User Posts: 637 Member
    hey! i've gotten a few very good (and renewable) scholarships from fastweb! but yes, i'd like to echo that it may be worth a try (they never actually sent me any information about the scholarship in the mail, but you can do a quick search online for Educational Communications Scholarship Foundation), just don't give them any money for those "books".
  • alyssieannalyssieann Registered User Posts: 382 Member
    would this be something i could put on my resume?
  • s'vrones'vrone Registered User Posts: 951 Member
    Don't put it on your resume!
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