I Missed the PSAT – Can I Make It Up?

The answer to that question is yes, you absolutely can! Many people don’t realize that if they miss the PSAT due to illness, emergency, or other extenuating circumstances, they still have a chance to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship. The National Merit Scholarship is a highly prestigious $2,500 scholarship prize given to 2,500 students … Read more

Graduate Scholarships For Your Further Education

Graduate scholarships are more often available when compared to undergraduate scholarships. If you are willing to undertake higher studies like becoming a teacher or nursing then you got to rely on fellowships and assistantships. In this growing economy not all scholarships are able to cope up with the day to day expenses of a student … Read more

Need Free Money for College? Avoid These 3 Mistakes

Do you know the 3 biggest mistakes both parents and students make when looking for free money for college that destroys their results? If you want to dramatically increase your chances of having your child’s college tuition and fees covered by scholarships and other college financial aid while avoiding these 3 college funding mistakes, read … Read more

20 Tips For Applying For College Scholarships

As seniors begin to celebrate their final year in high school, their thoughts quickly race to senior prom, senior pictures and grad night. However, it is just as important that they focus some of their energy into applying for college scholarships. It is estimated that more than 9 million students receive grants or loans from … Read more

Countee Cullen – An Authoritative, Prolific and Strident Poetic Voice From the Harlem Renaissance

Countee Cullen an American Romantic poet following the model of the English Romantic poet, John Keats, was one of the leading African American poets of his time, associated with the generation of black poets of the Harlem Renaissance amongst whose ranks was Claude Mckay, Langston Hughes, James Weldon Johnson, Nella Larsen, Melvin Tolson and Arna … Read more

Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa, A Review

NATURE AND PURPOSE This volume is a collection of twenty-three papers read at the International Symposium on Africa and the Old Testament, in Karen, in October 1999. It is part of the Biblical Studies in African scholarship series which features titles by contemporary African Christian theologians. The purpose of the series generally is to make … Read more

Directing the High School Play Part Five – Directing Styles

When it comes to directing the high school play, what type of director are you? There are a variety of directing styles to choose from when it comes to taking the helm of a high school production; the style you choose will depend on the students you’re working with. Which of these styles suits your … Read more

How to Apply for International Scholarships As an African Student

A number of African students nursed the dream to study abroad in international universities around the world and possibly to do so through scholarships or other financial awards. If financial awards are to be the only option, you wonder what it’ll take to make an application you can rely on. Scholarships to study abroad are … Read more