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College Town Money Making Ideas By Nikisha Thompson
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Learn how to leverage the power of college campuses to create a successful business. The ideas presented in this booklet are simple to implement and can be utilized by students, new-graduates, or... More > anyone with a desire to generate a substantial income. Startup guides with marketing tips provide the guidance you need to start generating profits quickly.< Less
7 weird ways I made money in college By Neville Medhora
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This is a collection of 7 different weird ways I made money in college to avoid getting a job.
7 weird ways I made money in college By Neville Medhora
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This is a collection of 7 different weird ways I made money in college to avoid getting a job.
College as Reality By LaToya Franklyn
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Navigating the college and scholarship application process can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. LaToya Franklyn, who attended Vanderbilt University, UC Berkeley School of Law,... More > and Harvard Law School on full academic and community service scholarships, walks you through how to get accepted into the schools that you prefer—and just as important—how to get the money to go there. Filled with application tools, practical advice, and educational tips, this is an incredible resource for college-bound readers, parents, and guidance counselors. College-bound students will learn how to: · stand out as an attractive and competitive candidate; · carry out the mechanics of applying for college and scholarships; · overcome negative circumstances; and · set and accomplish meaningful goals.< Less
College As Reality By LaToya Franklyn
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Navigating the college and scholarship application process can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. LaToya Franklyn, who attended Vanderbilt University, UC Berkeley School of Law,... More > and Harvard Law School on full academic and community service scholarships, walks you through how to get accepted into the schools that you prefer—and just as important—how to get the money to go there. Filled with application tools, practical advice, and educational tips, this is an incredible resource for college-bound readers, parents, and guidance counselors. College-bound students will learn how to: · stand out as an attractive and competitive candidate; · carry out the mechanics of applying for college and scholarships; · overcome negative circumstances; and · set and accomplish meaningful goals.< Less
Preparing for College By Vigilant Communications
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The cost of college has risen faster than inflation for a generation, doubling about every ten years. In 2005-2006, one year’s average tuition at private colleges topped $21,235. For the... More > 2007-2008 school year, that bill is estimated to be $23,850. If the trend continues, by 2010-2011, students will have to pay $28,400 per year. And since costs continue increasing each successive year, that is at least $124,240 for four years. Paying for college isn’t just expensive; it’s also complicated. Even at its best, it’s a long-term project with many steps, many decisions, many unfamiliar terms and an alphabet soup of acronyms (FAFSA, EFC, SAR, and etc). While there are numerous loan, scholarship, grant, and employment programs available, it’s hard to determine which of all these options can be the most beneficial to you. Each family has to create a combination of savings, loans, scholarships and other money that’s suitable for them…and it will differ from family to family.< Less
College Mafia By Brandon Bevis
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College Mafia is a tragic example of what happens when an innocent college couple and a car dealer tied to the mafia collide. Discover the life of Grayson Whitney and his girlfriend Jill, students at... More > Easton College in the early 90's. Follow the path of Grayson, where he goes from college student to taking down a group of the mafia where he's forced to save the love of his life along with his favorite teacher. College Mafia becomes a playground for love, corruption, murder, and money with all the twists and turns that keeps you wondering what will happen next to this college sophomore student. The outcome at the end will leave you with a puzzle only you the reader can figure out.< Less
College Mafia By Brandon Bevis
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College Mafia is a tragic example of what happens when an innocent college couple and a car dealer tied to the mafia collide. Discover the life of Grayson Whitney and his girlfriend Jill, students at... More > Easton College in the early 90's. Follow the path of Grayson, where he goes from college student to taking down a group of the mafia where he's forced to save the love of his life along with his favorite teacher. College Mafia becomes a playground for love, corruption, murder, and money with all the twists and turns that keeps you wondering what will happen next to this college sophomore student. The outcome at the end will leave you with a puzzle only you the reader can figure out.< Less
Degree for Free: How to Save Time and Money on Your College Education By Sharla Berry
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"Degree for Free" is a how to guide that teaches readers how to cut college costs and accelerate time to degree. In this book readers will learn how to avoid debt, get double credit for... More > college courses and how to use high school experiences can have great payoffs in college. Readers will learn how to get college jobs that pay for 1/3 of tuition, how to save money on textbooks, and how to pick college majors with large payoffs. This book will show readers how to get into their dream schools, graduate on time if not early, and prepare for their ideal jobs.< Less
A Guide to Money Management and Career Development for Teenagers and College Students By Michael Dow
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There are many things that a person can learn about finances, but there are only a few that every person should know. Michael Stephen Dow has found that handful and makes the information easy to... More > understand. In this book, you'll learn how to calculate the amount of money it costs for you to live per day. You'll also learn about the time value of money, your abilities and how you can further develop your skills to be more marketable in our global workforce. This book will help any teenager or college student prepare for the future and understand the value of a dollar. This book was previously published as The Basics of Finances.< Less