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Side Hustlin' Student Scholarship Opportunity

The goal of the scholarship ​is to recognize and award individuals who are both pursing higher education while working hard to achieve their dreams financially. We want to hear about the creative and passionate ways that individuals are working towards their dreams - both literally and figuratively. 

This scholarship is not about how much money someone is earning at their side hustle. In fact, little consideration will be given to that. It doesn't matter if you're side hustle is earning $100 or $100,000. What matters is your effort, thought process, and goals. We want to know your story.

Eligibility

Applicants must submit a 600+ word essay about how you are earning extra income on the side of going to school. Topics can include anything from how you started a business, to why you decided to get a job, to how your parents encouraged you to work.

The best applicants will share a story about their life/dream/goals and how they endeavored ​to achieve it financially through work/side hustle/business venture.

Essay must be your own work not previously published on any other website or publicationApplicants must either be enrolled or actively applying for enrollment to an undergraduate or graduate program.​ Students at technical, community, and four-year colleges are welcome to apply.All entries must be received by March 31, 2018.Applicants must state the school they are or plan to attendApplications should be submitted to robert@thecollegeinvestor.com. Please include a name, address, phone number, and headshot to be included with article publication. Please include "Scholarship" in the subject line.

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Application

Applicants must submit a 600+ word essay about how you are earning extra income on the side of going to school. Topics can include anything from how you started a business, to why you decided to get a job, to how your parents encouraged you to work.

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