Now posted: Urgent Need Requests for Spring

Three homeschooled students have posted financial need for the upcoming spring semester. It is our hope that homeschool families and perhaps alumni of the colleges the students are attending will help these young people stay in school. Colleges include Clearwater Christian College, Columbia International University and Trinity International University. If you are interested in helping one of these students, email us and we’ll provide you with the contact information. For more information on these current needs, visit the Urgent Need for Spring page.

If you are a student still lacking funds for the upcoming semester, you are also invited to post your need. Email us, using the following format:

* Name: Full name; we will post only your three initials.
* Age: For this listing, you must be at least 18.
* Homeschooling: List number of years homeschooled, and whether or not you have a homeschool diploma.
* College: You must have already been accepted for the spring semester, and the college be expecting you.
* Cost of spring semester: List the total for tuition and room/board only.
* Remaining need for the spring semester: List what you still need in order to be able to enroll.
* Date: List the final date when your tuition must be paid.
* College contact information: Provide a name or office (with contact info) for verification of your status.
* College major and how you plan to use it: List your future plans. Maximum of two sentences.
* Accomplishments (optional): List up to five activities or awards that describe you.
* Reason for need (optional): You may include one reason as to why you have this need, such as illness, parent unemployment, etc. One sentence only.

We will not post your name or email address. If a potential donor contacts us about your situation, we will put you in touch with each other.

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Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 Uncategorized

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