A Minute of Your Time Could Help A Student Win a $500 Scholarship

Friends, readers, and anyone else who happens to stop by . . . yes, this is a shameless plea to help out my son Charlie with one of his scholarship pursuits!

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My how the years fly . . .

As you know from some of my other posts, I have a senior in high school this year, and he is starting on college applications and searching out those all-important scholarships.  He has plans to major in International Relations, with an interest in multiple languages (entering his 5th year of Spanish, and has shown a talent for picking up other languages through language software and online resources — Russian, Mandarin, German, French, and a little Arabic now!).  He has several schools of interest, both public and private; but frankly, given the price tag of a college education, the final decision will likely turn on the best net cost after scholarship and grant aid.  

So. . . . here’s the ask:  Charlie entered a scholarship photo contest, where finalists from each round are largely determined by a popularity contest.  On behalf of my son, I am asking that you vote for Charles Bray’s photo and encourage friends, family and fellow bloggers to do the same by September 16 — help him win a $500 college scholarship for school next fall! 

The link to voting can be found here:  http://www.universitylanguage.com/finalists/ 
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Senior year is off and running . . .
Senior year is off and running . . .
Thank you for your support!
Ciao! ~ Kat

14 thoughts on “A Minute of Your Time Could Help A Student Win a $500 Scholarship

  1. That little preschool photo brought tears to my eyes. Wasn’t it just 5 minutes ago they were that size? Feeling weepy and nostalgic (I’ll blame it on the first day of school). What a fine young man. You have so much to be proud of.

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