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Make Your Summer Job Work On Your College Applications

 

There are almost as many reasons students work summer jobs as there are types of summer jobs available. But no matter what type of summer job you do, or why you do it, you can make it work for you on your college applications. Maybe you work a summer job as a short-order cook at a fast food restaurant because you need to earn money. Maybe you work a summer internship at a local television station because you’re interested in a career in video production.

College Application Week Supports High School Seniors

College Application Week Supports High School Seniors

College Application Week is a useful tool for all students, especially high school seniors, unsure about post graduate plans. The week long event was a huge success and great opportunity for students to receive help applying to college, not to mention the waived fees for select schools!

College Foundation of North Carolina representative, Laura Misner shares additional information about the week long event and three important college enrollment steps: Residency,

College Foundation of North Carolina Announces Winners of #CollegeBound Drawing

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Six North Carolina Students Win $500 to Put Toward College Expenses

May 2017 (Raleigh, N.C.) – College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) was proud to sponsor the #CollegeBound Drawing on the CFNC Facebook page during the month of April. Six lucky high school seniors from North Carolina were drawn from the pool of entrants and each received $500 to put toward their higher education.

CFNC Wins Coveted Telly Award

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38th Annual Telly Awards Honor North Carolina Service That Promotes Higher Education

College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC), a free service helping North Carolinians plan, apply, and pay for college, was  named a winner in the 38th annual Telly Awards for its breakthrough marketing campaign, “Time to Apply for College and Financial Aid?”  Telly Awards honor the best in TV and cable, digital and streaming,

Should You Work While in College?

According to a study done by Georgetown University, 70 percent of college students work at least part-time while getting a bachelor’s degree. But for some students, working part- or full-time during the school year can spell trouble for their grades and make it hard to keep up with their classes. There are many pros and cons to holding a job during college, so that has to be something you discuss with your financial aid office and consider when planning your college budget.

Scholarships for High School Students

When can you start looking for scholarships? When should you start applying for scholarships? How does the whole thing work? Learn more as CFNC Regional Representative Tameika Ruffin answers college scholarship frequently asked questions for WBTV On Your Side.