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The Pullet Surprise Can Did Ate (Read it out loud!). Eye halve a spelling checker It came with my pea sea, It plainly marquees four my revue Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Eye strike a key and type a word And weight for it two say, Weather eye am wrong oar write It shows me strait a weigh.

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the pullet surprise can did ate read it out loud
The Pullet Surprise Can Did Ate(Read it out loud!)
  • Eye halve a spelling checkerIt came with my pea sea,It plainly marquees four my revueMiss steaks eye kin knot sea.
  • Eye strike a key and type a wordAnd weight for it two say,Weather eye am wrong oar writeIt shows me strait a weigh.
  • As soon as a mist ache is maidIt nose bee fore two long,And eye can put the error riteIts rare lea ever wrong.
  • To rite with care is quite a feetOf witch won should bee proud,And wee mussed dew the best wee can,Sew flaw's are knot aloud.
  • Eye have run this poem threw itYour sure reel glad two no,Its letter perfect awl the weighMy checker tolled me sew.
  • -Sauce unknown
tips for applying for scholarships
Tips for Applying for Scholarships

Presenter

Bob Durham

Manager of Financial Aid

Cleveland Scholarship Programs

the scholarship search
The Scholarship Search
  • Think Local
    • Local Civic Organizations, churches, your place of employment.
  • Think Specific
    • Scholarships are available for students based on academic achievement, for certain majors, for underrepresented students, etc.
  • Think Easy
    • Apply for scholarships specifically for students at your college or university.
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The Scholarship Search
  • Can be merit based, need based or a combination of both
  • Students should always contact schools in regards to deadlines & requirements
  • Outside scholarship searches should begin local and work their way out
the scholarship search2
The Scholarship Search
  • http://www.uakron.edu/finaid/schlrinfo.php
    • Deadline for continuing and transfer students is May 1st
  • http://www.uakron.edu/finaid/privateScholar.php
    • Private scholarships
  • Check with your departments
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The Scholarship Search
  • www.ocis.org
    • Username: csp
    • Password: ohiocis03
cleveland scholarship programs adult learner scholarship
Cleveland Scholarship ProgramsAdult Learner Scholarship
  • http://www.cspohio.org/adults.aspx
    • 19 or above who have interrupted their education for at least one year
    • High school diploma or GED
    • Financial need
    • Taking at least 6 credit hours
    • Maintaining a 2.5 GPA
    • Resident of Northeast Ohio
      • Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, or Trumbull County
applying for scholarships
Applying for scholarships
  • Be sure you meet all deadlines
  • Understand what is required for submission
  • Follow up in a timely manner if you have not heard from awarding institution
essays
Essays
  • Choosing a topic
    • Are you answering the question
    • Do you have enough information to support your topic
    • Is your topic too controversial or too boring
    • Is your topic unique or can you put a unique spin on it
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Essays
  • Writing your essay
    • Use the essay as a chance to separate yourself from others
    • Write so people understand what you are saying
      • Vocable (still just means Word)
    • The body of your essay should support the introduction
essays2
Essays
  • Proofing an essay
    • Ask at least two honest and qualified people to read over your essay
    • If you quoted something make sure you cited it correctly
    • Make sure each word counts
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Cleveland Scholarship Programs

www.cspohio.org

216-241-5587

200 Public Square

Cleveland, OH. 44114