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Dollars for Scholars 2013 Affiliate Conferences
Once again this fall and winter, Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars staff and volunteers will be coming together for a series of conferences around the nation to learn, network and get inspired.
In addition to morning keynote presentations, each conference wil feature three different learning tracks so everyone in your organization can benefit: Beginner ChapterNet Training (for chapters that haven't managed a scholarship cycle in ChapterNet); Experienced ChapterNet Training (for those who have managed a complete scholarship cycle in ChapterNet); and Affiliate Operations, including sessions on marketing, fundraising and volunteer recruiting. Check out the conference agenda here.
Because these are such important events, we're also offering an incentive: any Dollars for Scholars affiliate that brings four or more representatives will be entered to win a $500 scholarship! Find your nearest conference below for details and registration links; pre-registration is required, though there are options to pay in advance or at the door. We look forward to seeing each and every one of you this fall and winter!
The Dream Award
Scholarship America’s Dream Award is a new multi-year, performance-based scholarship fund targeted toward completion. These renewable, annually-increasing awards will be given to students selected from across the nation who are entering their second year of education beyond high school.
The Scholarship Coach
Scholarship America's blog, The Scholarship Coach, appears weekly at USNews.com, featuring expert advice on all kinds of scholarship issues. Here on the site, we feature a new highlight from the blog every week, and you can also download a free Scholarship Coach e-book!
Inspired By You
Our 2012 Annual Report, Inspired By You, features the students who are inspired by their scholarship support—and the donors and friends who inspire them.Visit the online report to read their stories and hear from our President, Lauren Segal.