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Stayton, Oregon (PRWEB) November 25, 2013
On January 25th 2014, “All Dressed Up” a non profit group that helps dress area girls for “free” will be holding their very first Dinner/Auction Benefit to raise funds to buy dresses in sizes not always donated as well as help fund a “Scholarship Program” for girls from local high schools that have made a difference in their high schools as well as their communities. The event will be held at the Stayton Community Center at 5:00 p.m. and includes dinner, fashion show, silent and live auction as well as a no host bar.
In 2011 Anna Benefiel of Stayton, Oregon wanted to do something to benefit the surrounding communities and coming from a large family she knew that going to the Prom can be a very expensive venture in these hard times, so “All Dressed Up” was born.
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Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
For most students, the changing leaves and smell of pumpkins signify the start of holiday-flavored lattes, trick-or-treating, and other seasonal shenanigans. Unfortunately for high school seniors, October is also now synonymous with looming college application deadlines. Early decision applications are due in November and FAFSA becomes available in January, which means college bound seniors need to start shaping up their essays, test scores, and grades – stat. Its a lot to process, but luckily Shmoop, one of the worlds largest digital publisher of educational guides and resources, launched its newly revamped College 101 just in time to take students sweaty-palmed hands through this all-important decision.
Shmoops updated sections now feature a newly-updated College Essay Lab, checklists for every step of the admissions process, financial aid advice, and a mad libs style assessment quiz that recommends relevant articles for you.
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Writers block is bad enough, but having writers block two hours before the application-to-determine-the-rest-of-your-life is due really sucks. Shmoops new College Essay Lab is designed to prevent this from happening for students, whether its warming up their creative juices with dozens of brainstorming exercises and personal statement examples, or narrowing down their focus so their essay really shines in front of those stone-faced admissions officers. All essay prompts are also adjusted to include the 2013 – 2014 Common Application prompts so students can actually use it when its time for the real thing!
For students who want to up their game before they become seniors, Shmoop has checklists by grade level written by students and experts who provide excellent guidance. (The main takeaway for middle school students – take a breather and relax!) For the more imminent tasks related to college admissions, students of all ages can take a sneak peek at the Senior Year Checklist to see what standardized tests to take, what the top deciding factors for choosing a college are, or what the the difference between early action vs. regular admissions is (other than, early action is, well, earlier). After all that work is done, theyll finally be able to check off the last item on the list after theyre admitted: how to prepare for college!
Once students complete these steps, theyre ready to ask the million dollar question – how much does it really cost to go to college? What is the difference between grants, loans, and scholarships and how can they get one? Shmoop gives the real deal with the Real Costs of College page and lays down a comprehensive guide to teach students how to hack the FAFSA, apply for financial aid, and apply to more scholarships than you can dream of (theres even one for designing the best duct tape second hand clothes. Shmoop even has a section on how to be smart with money once students are actually in college so they don’t go broke buying energy drinks to pull all-nighters. (Note: Shmoop is pro-sleep and is therefore not endorsed by any energy drink companies.)
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If students are feeling overwhelmed and dont know where to start, Shmoops created a fun, madlibs style fill-in-the-blank quiz that personalizes and recommends content to help them on their totally clutch collegiate campaign. Whether students are juniors who want to get recruited for Division 1 fencing or a freshman who is freaking out, the quiz helps them get organized, narrow down their focus, and generate relevant recommended articles that will help them figure out that pesky future business in no time at all.
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