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  Recently I found out that the Ronald McDonald House was accepting scholarship applications. The applications are due by February 16, 2010. Their are currently four applications but students can only apply to ONE of the four scholarships. Below are the general eligibility requirements. To apply for an RMHC scholarship, a student must: Be a [...]

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With the economy as it is and tuition continuing to rise, a higher education is getting harder to obtain without going into debt. Many middle class families are struggling just to put food on the table and hold onto their homes. A higher degree is the furthest thing from their mind, yet now is when its [...]

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I discovered TextbookX several months ago and even posted about it HERE. In case, anyone missed that post I am writing about it again! TextbookX is a wonderful place to purchase and sell textbooks, as well as current bestsellers, at a deep discount. They also offer a referral fee where you can get paid $1 everytime a person you [...]

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Kaplan is offering FREE Math and Reading online programs. The program available for children in the kindergarten - 8th grade is customized to your child's level. Perfect for back to school prepping! The deadline to register for the Free Kaplan program is 8/31/09. Once you register for the classes you will receive one month of classes. It [...]

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I love Staples! They have some amazing deals for back to school, including some wonderful freebies each week. This upcoming week (July 19-25, 2009) the following items are FREE: mechanical pencils retractable gel pens and assorted retractable highlighters. Along with these freebies, they have other wonderful products on sale like a 50 pack of Photo [...]

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Staples has started their Back To School Sale. Each week until school begins they will offer several items for a penny. That's right you heard right ... ONE PENNY! These items normally have a purchase limit. However, you can purchase more by bringing along a friend or going to another store. Thankfully I have four [...]

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The Hispanic Scholarship Fund lists several  scholarship programs for college bound High School students, as well as Undergraduate and Graduate students. There are currently two scholarships available from the Verizon Foundation and General Motors. The postmark deadlines for these scholarships are July 15, 2009. I copied and pasted the requirements for each below. Eligibility Requirements Be of Hispanic [...]

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Summer is almost here and the kids will soon be out of school in New York City. As a mother of a teen, I have to say that it seems as if programs for teens and tweens have been hit the hardest in this economy. They are either locked out of good summer jobs because of the market or from summer camp programs because of the cut-off age! Thankfully...

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While going around the blogoshere this week looking at other's Wordless Wednesday pictures I came across some Latinalicios info on the SevEn cLoWn CirCus blog! Angie posted about a wonderful site that would allow you to create a storybook for your children AND enter to win a $10,000 scholarship! That's some ca-ching definitely worth seeking. [...]

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I received this opportunity for our youth over the weekend; however, I was so caught up that I was unable to post it earlier.  I do hope that some of my Latinalicious readers can still take advantage of it. Youth About Business, a wonderful organization started in 1999, provides teenagers with an opportunity to attend [...]

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