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For this week’s blog post, we are featuring a personal essay submitted by an anonymous FLI Program Participant. In this piece, the college freshman shares their experience with switching high schools, mental health, the college application process, and how she feels in the present day. (This content has been edited for clarity and grammar) My...
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You’re probably wondering what “household inventory scholarships” are and how you can apply for them, so I’ll get right to it! Think about the stores you buy food, clothing, and other products from. Examples could be McDonald’s, Target, Walmart, Abercrombie, Shell, P&G, etc. These stores and brands often have scholarships available that you may not...
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As a recent college graduate, I learned many things in college that went beyond academics. In fact, I think these lessons are the ones that will stick with me longer than anything I learned in class. So here is my list of 18 things I learned as an undergrad student! UNASSIGNED ASSIGNED SEATS Me after...
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Updated June 2021 Not everyone is a big fan of delaying their freshman year of college or taking a semester off during college. Many people just want to get their degree and begin their career. However, taking a gap year is a great way to enhance your college experience, even though you aren’t officially a...
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