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With the significant rise in the cost of a college education over the past decade or two, student debt has become almost synonymous with a college education, so much so that college graduates end up spending years working just to cover their debt. In this informative handbook Mission Possible: How to Graduate From College Debt-Free, successful business owner, teacher, and motivational speaker Juan Phillip Chisholm offers techniques and strategies to help you enroll in college without the burden of student loans, make a graduate debt-free plan and track its success, and find scholarships and other practical ways to free up money for college. Turn scholarship or college rejection into opportunities by using the feedback as constructive criticism. Learn to use your creativity and ingenuity to overcome hurdles and be selfish enough to do what's best for you.
Drawing inspiration from his own experiences in seeking higher education, Dr. Juan Phillip Chisholm provides you with 10 creative ideas to raise money for college, which includes editing student papers, tutoring, playing music, graphic designing, participating in science competitions, repairing electronics, and using social media. The author gives readers an overview of the different types of scholarships one can apply to for college and insights on using your time wisely to pursue your goals. With Mission Possible you will also learn how to cover the costs of student housing by cutting costs and freeing up money you can make through tuition reimbursement, turning contacts into partners in education, and using helpful friends and family. If you're about to go to college or thinking of it, this is the guidebook you need to read.