Senior Year Head Start
Helping Students in the 9th, 10th and 11th Grades Win College Money Before Senior Year!
Can you imagine winning a scholarship or an award you can use for college even before you become a high school senior? Parents, can YOU envision this for your son or daughter?
In Senior Year Head Start, you’ll go beyond imagining into reality by reviewing scholarships, awards, and prize money available to students early in their high school career or even as young as age 6.
So if you want to learn about how you can shrink future tuition bills NOW, read Senior Year Head Start written by Marianne Ragins, $400,000 scholarship winner and inspirational speaker.
For those who are also wondering about getting help with private school tuition, Senior Year Head Start includes tips for you too! Not only does this resource include actual programs with money that students can win starting in kindergarten, it also discusses strategies to help students be successful with their applications or entries, no matter what age they happen to be.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR, MARIANNE RAGINS
In Marianne Ragins senior year of high school, she won over $400,000 in scholarships for college. As perhaps the first student ever to amass nearly half a million dollars in scholarship money, she has been featured in many publications including USA Today, People, Newsweek, Money, Essence and on the cover of Parade. She has also made hundreds of radio and television appearances on shows such as “Good Morning America,” “The Home Show,” and the “Mike & Maty Show.”
Ragins is the author of the highly successful Winning Scholarships for College: An Insider’s Guide, College Survival & Success Skills 101, and other publications. She is the president of The Scholarship Workshop and sponsor of the Leading the Future II and Ragins Braswell National Scholarships. Ragins is an experienced motivational speaker and lecturer who has traveled nationally and internationally conducting The Scholarship Workshop presentation and giving other motivational seminars and speeches.
Marianne graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science from Florida A&M University and received an MBA from George Washington University. Both her degrees were entirely funded by scholarships and other free aid. Marianne is originally from Macon, Georgia and currently resides northern Virginia.