FreeAxez Offers Free $2500 College Scholarship For College Students
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Belran, NJ (PRUnderground) March 9th, 2020
FreeAxez has announced its free college scholarship program for the amount of $2,500 to one lucky high school or college student.
Students must be a US citizen or permanent resident, and have been accepted to or are currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, or graduate program within the United States. Applicants must have maintained a 3.0 or higher grade point average throughout high school or in their current college courses, and demonstrate good character and strong motivation.
To apply, applicants should visit https://www.freeaxez.com/scholarship/, and be prepared to write a 300-500 word essay and provide current transcripts.
Freeaxez has lead the industry for the last 25 years in developing low-profile access flooring systems to workspaces across the country, including offices such as Google, Netflix, Walmart, Wells Fargo and more. They take pride in helping clients save time and money with easy office reconfiguration design.
FreeAxez is proud to contribute to the further education of the younger generation with their scholarship, but hardworking students looking to cover the cost of their education will likely need more than FreeAxez’s scholarship award to do so. Prospective college students in 2020 have a selection of easy-access scholarship opportunities thanks to the internet and scholarship databases such as Fastweb and Scholarships.com. All that is required of students is the time and effort to find appropriate scholarships and apply.
For an abundance of scholarship just for college students, use search engines (such as the websites listed above) and apply to as many as possible. While the process of applying may feel exhausting, students can benefit from applying to one every day to keep the task more manageable. It’s important to note the deadlines, and filter out searches by requirements of each scholarship award, to be sure you’re not wasting time on scholarships that you won’t be eligible for.
For those who want a more familiar approach to finding scholarships, financial aid offices within their own college or college-to-be are available for help. For high school students, there are similar resources within their high school. For best results, students can work with both to find scholarships they’re eligible for.
Lastly, and possibly the most overlooked way to find scholarships is to reach out and ask various organizations directly. Companies, non-profits, clubs and other organizations are constantly looking to reward the younger generation with scholarships.
Just by simply sending a professional email, making a phone call, or asking their parents or family friends if their companies or organizations give scholarship awards, motivated college-bound individuals may stumble upon lesser-know or untouched scholarships, increasing their chances of being awarded.
It is important to note that students should never have to pay to apply to any scholarships.