Given the sheer number of scholarship opportunities out there, it might seem like a heavy lift to craft multiple stories for multiple competitions. Join this interactive workshop and learn how to develop a series of interchangeable written “modules” that can be used to address the most popular aspects of multiple scholarship essay prompts. Participants learn to analyze and identify up to 5 typical varieties of the scholarship essay and walk away with a clear sense of the most relevant content, details, and facts that must be incorporated into strong application materials.
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Rebecca Lippman brings a decade of experience as a UCLA instructor and advisor at the Center for Scholarships and Scholarly Enrichment (formerly the Scholarship Resource Center), where she coached undergraduate students through the process of identifying, applying for, and managing scholarships. Her students have received over $2.5 million in funding from numerous organizations including, McNair Scholars Program, the Barry Goldwater Foundation, Gates-Cambridge, Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, the National Science Foundation, Fulbright, and the US Departments of Education and Defense. Becca received a B.A. from UCLA, completed an MPhil at University of Cambridge, and holds an MA and CPhil in Comparative Literature from UCLA.