There is a HUGE SECRET that most parents, teachers and students do not know about.
However most librarians working at a university or college know this secret.
There is a BLUE BOOK. Well what in the heck is the blue book? FREE MONEY. What do you mean by free money? College scholarships and free money with little or no requirements. Not a loan. Not reserved just for A+ students. Almost any student in America can benefit from simply opening the blue book and reading it.
It should be required reading by every 9th grade student in America. Yes, I said every student in America in the 9th grade. Why 9th graders if they have not even thought about college?
Here is the deal. Most of this money is given away free to students who are members of clubs. All students are members of some organization. Whether it is choir, band, football, chess club, Key club, soccer club, etc. If you read the book in 9th grade you have plenty of time to join extra clubs during high school.
There are other organizations that students have the option to join if they simply explore their community such as Toastmasters, temples, churches, scouts, explorers, scientific groups, etc.
And their parents are by virtue of their occupations typically members of nursing associations, legal associations, teacher associations, minister associations, etc. Or they could be by paying a membership fee which might be as little as $10 or as much as $150 if they knew by joining they their son or daughter might receive thousands of dollars for free to use in college or trade school.
Their parents could also join volunteer organizations like Kiwanis, Rotary, or visiting angels.
Well, we just immigrated here and our last name now is Nguyen. Hmm, any scholarships for Asians in the book? Any scholarships for kids studying chemistry in the book? Any scholarships for Buddhists in the book? Any scholarships for kids living in Houston in the book?
Yes, yes and maybe yes and yes.
Stephen James Raynor, started The Former First Lady Libraries Corporation, for Asian students. It is now present in 4 countries. Vietnam, USA, Philippines and now Ethiopia through the gift of books, resource materials and teachers. Mr. Raynor is an attorney who handles every area of law including business, tax, and immigration law and got admission and a $95,000 scholarship for an Asian student at UT. You can reach him at 214-265-1333 and ask for Stephen.
Stephen James Raynor