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Special Moments at Its Finest - Meet the Frame My Proudest Moment Contest 2015 Finalists!

Proud MomentWritten by: Tyler Dickinson

The Frame My Proudest Moment Contest 2015 entry period has officially closed. This has been one of the best years yet. We received over 2,800 entries. We asked entrants to share a photo of a special moment that makes them proud. The variety of entries was incredible!

Baseball: The Road to the Top of America's Greatest Pastime

TD Ameritrade ParkWritten by: Tyler Dickinson

Most people have heard of college football’s bowl games and college basketball’s March Madness. But, have you heard of the College World Series? Every June, players around the country are showing their school spirit and fighting for the top spot.

Where do you see your future? Frame it for us! You can win a $1,000 Scholarship Award

The 7th annual Frame My Future Scholarship Contest is currently underway! If you are attending a U.S. college or university as a full-time student for the 2015-2016 academic year (including community college, undergraduate, or graduate school) and are a U.S. Citizen then you are eligible to enter!

Frame My Future Scholarship Contest

College Application Essays: How to Impress and Succeed

Written by Anita R. Holtz, Marketing Department
10 suggestions for an outstanding college essay
Long ago, college hopefuls didn’t necessarily have to worry about writing an essay for their applications. But, more than likely, you do! Yes, seniors, it’s the Common Application Essay and/or Supplemental Essay section of your college application. So, really, how important can an essay be, and can a well-written essay really unlock the doors to colleges for which you’re applying? As it turns out, extremely and yes!

Homeschooled and Proud of it!

Guest blog by Bridgette Pasquarella

“Where did you go to school?”

That question. That simple question that most people can answer easily is much more complicated for me. When I say I was “homeschooled,” I brace myself for what comes next. Sometimes I just shoot out answers before they even have the chance to ask. Yes, my mother was my teacher. Yes I went to school in my pajamas. Yes I had homework.  Yes I know what 2+2 is. And yes, I have friends!