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Its funny how much we forget that what we do online can be seen by others. ; Most of us have heard that employers will often “creep” your Facebook and other social media accounts. But what happens when admission officiers start doing the same thing? More after the jump….
Twitter in general cracks me up. Every saturday, I now take time to curate the best and worst scholarship tweets by simply searching for the word “Scholarships“. While there are many tweets on general info, the funny ones pop up and its a lesson in bad social media management. (check out this article by Monica Matthews on online social behavior and how it affects your chances.) more after the jump…
So heres a quick rundown of the Top Five bad tweets of the week:
I often thought the same thing: Thank god twitter didn’t exist yet however. Admissions officers and judges want to see proactive people, not the unmotivated.
I guarantee you, if you “opt-out” of the competition, you have already lost. The reason people have a chance in the first place is that they apply at all. Only then can someone decide if you are a good investment! And now, the TOP SCHOLARSHIP TWEET FAIL OF THE WEEK goes to…
Clearly, this persons priorities are in the wrong place. The college you pick is the one likely to give the best training, best record of helping student develop their skills, combined with the best financial aid package to defray costs. Those three factors should be the balancing act of decision process. Only after those three things are determined should a tie-braker ever be used to decide which one is “fun”. A post like this will not help you get the scholarships from the school, and may even prevent your admission!
However, on a more positive note…Most Positive Scholarship Tweet of the Week goes to….
Freedom of speech, goes hand in hand with freedom of consequence. Think before you post. Again, check out this article by Monica Matthews on online social behavior and how it affects your chances. Good luck!
Normally, I dont get involved with advocating one person over another for a scholarship, but this one needs to be seen! Head over to this DiplomaFrame Entry for their 2012 Photo Essay Contest and Vote! Build a little scholarship karma by helong someone out!
Just thought you would all like this one, he is the King of Newark! However, remember, there is only one Cory Booker. If you aren’t him, you better get searching! Get over to Zinch.com, FastWeb, Kaarme, and BrokeScholar and get looking!
(While your at it, try stepping over to my Twitter Page and following! Thanks!)
State support goes down, and financial aid has not kept up with costs! more after the jump
One of this biggest issue People have with scholarship essays, is dealing with word limits. It is challenging to answer and essay question that says
“tell use about you educational goals, career plans, and life history, in 500 words or less”