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Scholarstock Concept

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A brief description of the ScholarStock concept. Please visit http://www.scholarstock.com

A brief description of the ScholarStock concept. Please visit http://www.scholarstock.com

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  • 1. Connecting creative, motivated students with financial aid for school.
    www.scholarstock.com
  • 2. MY STORY
    1 of 4 children
    Single Income Family
    Homeschooled
    Attended United Technologies Center (UTC)
    Varsity Athlete
    UTC Student of the Year (2009)
    Started High School Sports Website (08-09)
  • 3. College is EXPENSIVE!
    AVERAGE DEBT after graduation: $23,200 (NY TIMES)
    At the University of Maine in Orono:
    Tuition: $8,010
    Room & Board: $8,766
    Fees: $2,132
    Anticipated Cost: $18,908 x 4 years = $75,632
  • 4. Financial Aid Package (from University of Maine Orono):
    Loans: $7,500
    Grants: $3,100
    Total Package: $10,600
    Load Debt after 4 Years: $30,000
  • 5. HOW CAN I FINANCE MY EDUCATION?
  • 6. The ScholarStock Concept
    Connect Students with Aid:
    Alumni
    Contributions
    “Investments”
  • 7. Student’s Responsibility
    Create a profile on ScholarStock.com
    Complete Information: (Career Goals, Work Info, etc)
    The purpose is to showcase involvement to those who are willing to “invest” in them.
    Students are encouraged to showcase unique talents
  • 8. Talents are Recognized
    GPA, SAT scores are not the MAIN focus.
    Community Involvement, Work Experience, & Creativity are rewarded!
    ScholarStock does not replace the traditional system, it adds a new dimension to the existing structure.
  • 9. “Investor’s” Involvement
    Find an individual on ScholarStock
    Establish a Dialogue (find out more about the student. i.e. – goals, financial needs, etc)
    Disperse financial aid to University on the Student’s Account.
  • 10. Benefits from ScholarStock
    Benefactors can see a return on investment.
    Students are encouraged to get involved and develop and showcase their talents!
    Alumni contributions will increase (ROI factor)

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