Tips to Help Save Merit Scholarships in Jeopardy

Sabrina Malone

Sabrina 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.

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Managing My 6 Kids During a Pandemic

Managing My 6 Kids During a Pandemic

March 23, 2020

I’ve been wrestling with what I could possibly say that could be helpful about the turn of recent events, at

5 Strategies We Used to Prepare Our Kids to Succeed

5 Strategies We Used to Prepare Our Kids to Succeed

March 12, 2020

I’m going to let you in on a little secret… This is insider information that I’ve never publicly shared before.

Help Your Student Graduate In Four Years

Help Your Student Graduate In Four Years

March 1, 2020

I’ve heard many a college freshman say, “Four years, and I AM DONE!” Sounds good, but that’s not always the

How Many Colleges Should I Apply To?

How Many Colleges Should I Apply To?

February 28, 2020

Each year on or around October 1, when FAFSA opens up, a lot of people start asking me how to

How a Financial Aid Award Letter Can Fool You

How a Financial Aid Award Letter Can Fool You

February 25, 2020

So many people I encounter believe that having multiple kids in college at the same time will lower their EFC.

How to Clean Up Your Social Media for College

How to Clean Up Your Social Media for College

February 20, 2020

“Watch what you put online.” “Remember what happened to all those kids who got their offers rescinded from Harvard?” “Assume

Does a College GPA Matter in the Real World?

Does a College GPA Matter in the Real World?

February 12, 2020

I had all but finished the core requirements for my Spanish major following my Junior year abroad. So, my 21-year-old

Questions to Ask Before Your Student Accepts Merit Scholarships

Questions to Ask Before Your Student Accepts Merit Scholarships

January 22, 2020

If we close our eyes and click our ruby red shoes, like Dorothy, we can dream things will go smoothly