Author: Sabrina Malone

Sabrina MaloneSabrina Malone, best-selling author of the book “Moms on the Job" is the founder and President of WorkingMom.com – an online powerhouse helping over a half a million families per year save time, energy, and money. Frequently featured on National television and radio, this entrepreneur, homeschooling mom of six and former Mrs. America Pageant Contestant (but that’s a different story) is an engaging, motivational speaker now offering one-on-one college admissions counseling for high school juniors and seniors. Sabrina can be reached at Working Mom

Read This Before Your High School Senior Commits to a College
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Read This Before Your High School Senior Commits to a College

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- January 21, 2021 0

You might be losing sleep worrying about how to afford your child’s higher education. Here’s some timely advice if you have a high school senior ... Read More

How to Handle an Academic Dismissal
College Life

How to Handle an Academic Dismissal

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- January 14, 2021 0

Academic Dismissal: Advice about this topic is something none of us want (or plan) to need.  But, things happen and there are many families who unfortunately ... Read More

Update on How We Relentlessly Pursue Funding
College Life

Update on How We Relentlessly Pursue Funding

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- January 3, 2021 0

Three out of my four oldest kids’ term bills for the spring semester either had errors or revealed opportunities to save significant amounts of money. ... Read More

A Dose of Reality From the Mom of a College Senior
College Life

A Dose of Reality From the Mom of a College Senior

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- December 17, 2020 0

What does it look like when your kid has reached his last day of regular undergrad classes for the rest of his life? As a ... Read More

Secrets to Winning a Full-Ride Scholarship
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Secrets to Winning a Full-Ride Scholarship

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- September 30, 2020 0

Today my daughter had an accepted student’s event at Albright College, one of her top choices. She was accepted months ago and was invited to ... Read More

How to Bring Down a College’s Sticker Price
College Financial Aid Costs and Stats

How to Bring Down a College’s Sticker Price

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- August 17, 2020 0

This is reality and where I encourage people to look pragmatically at the magnitude of two things related to college: 1. The difference between sticker ... Read More

A Summer Checklist for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors
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A Summer Checklist for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- July 19, 2020 0

I'm a mom of six kids with the four oldest currently in four different colleges with enough scholarships to cover their full tuition and more. ... Read More

If You Receive Need-Based Financial Aid, Here’s What You Need to Know About Paying for College
College Financial Aid Costs and Stats

If You Receive Need-Based Financial Aid, Here’s What You Need to Know About Paying for College

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- July 8, 2020 0

On a recent Saturday morning, I begin musing about families with need-based financial aid worries... This is my advice specifically for middle-to-lower income families trying ... Read More

What This Mom Wishes She Knew Earlier About the College Admissions Process
College Admissions

What This Mom Wishes She Knew Earlier About the College Admissions Process

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- June 5, 2020 0

There’s so much misinformation swirling around about how to afford college nowadays. I have six kids and four in college at the same time!  (Yes, ... Read More

How My Average Student Got a Full Ride to College
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How My Average Student Got a Full Ride to College

Sabrina Malone Sabrina Malone- June 3, 2020 0

  College admissions mania and all the buzz that surrounds college ranking lists contribute to the myth that average students should expect to get lost ... Read More

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