Google gives nonprofit organizations $10,000 per month in free advertising through its Google Ad Grants program. And unlike most grants, Google's has an extremely quick application process and is very easy to get. So why do so few nonprofits participate in Google Ad Grants, and why do existing grantees struggle so much with maximizing its value to grow their organization? What's the catch?
Ninety-eight percent of scholarship applications end up in the trash because of a couple dozen common mistakes. And if that weren't bad enough, it turns out scholarship judges are just as tired, frazzled, cranky and prejudiced as the rest of us. If you actually think you're gonna win scholarship money, you'd better know EXACTLY the kind of stuff that guys like Judge Josh hate to see in a scholarship application.
Want a quick and dirty guide on how to set yourself above the thousands of other students worldwide that are competing with you for scholarship money? Josh Barsch has been a scholarship judge since 2003, and he's identified 10 big essay-writing errors that students make every year that rob them of a chance at big-time college money. For the price of a McDonald's value meal, you can get a giant leg up on the fierce worldwide competition for scholarship money.
The job market for new grads is tough, and it's going to be tough forever. That's never going to change. You have to make sure your resume is bulletproof, and guess what? Yours probably isn't. Most new grads get poor, if any, instruction on how to craft a resume that knocks employers on their asses and gets them a job. This is the no-holds-barred manual on how to do just that. Rules will be bent, sometimes broken, and conventional wisdom is shot to pieces.
Quieres una guía rápida y sucia sobre la forma de colocarte por encima de los miles de estudiantes de todo el mundo que compiten contigo por dinero de la beca? Josh Barsch ha sido juez de becas desde 2003, y ha identificado 10 grandes errores de redacción de ensayos que los estudiantes hacen cada año que les roban la oportunidad de una gran cantidad de dinero para la universidad.
El noventa y ocho por ciento de las solicitudes de becas termina en la basura, debido a un par de docenas de errores comunes. Y por si eso fuera poco, resulta que los jueces de becas están tan cansados, agotados, de mal humor y son tan prejuiciosos como el resto de nosotros. Si realmente crees que vas a ganar dinero de la beca, es mejor que sepas exactamente el tipo de cosas que los sujetos como el Juez Josh odian ver en una aplicación de beca.