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Evans Hairstyling College is more than just a resource for an all-inclusive cosmetology education. beauty school in Idaho has revolutionized their hair extension services with the introduction of Halo Couture Hair Extensions. For more details visit http://www.evanshairstylingcollege.com/
To order a recommended Apple computer online through Saint Mary’s College: ResNet recommends that you take the time to review our 2013/2014 Student’s Guide for Bringing a Computer to Saint Mary’s College, available on our ResNet website at http://www.saintmarys.edu/resnet, before selecting a computer for purchase. 1. Visit http://www.apple.com/edu/saintmarys to access our Saint Mary’s Apple Store for Education website. 2. If you wish to purchase one of our recommended models: Click on the Recommended Systems link in the upper right corner of the page. View Saint Mary's recommended models and select one of your choosing. You can continue shopping to add other accessories if you wish. Then place your order. 3. If you wish to purchase a customized model: Select the computer you wish to purchase and customize it to your liking. You can continue shopping to add other accessories if you wish. Then place your order. 4. Delivery and pickup options: You can choose to have your computer shipped to you. Standard shipping is free, and Apple provides you with estimated shipping and delivery dates before you enter your payment information. You can choose to pick up your computer at an Apple Store. Select an Apple Store and Apple will tell you the availability for the model you selected before you enter your payment information. Devices such as Appleʼs iPad should be viewed as complements to a studentʼs computer, rather than a replacement for a studentʼs computer.
Apple In The Classroom MacBook Air Rollout Guide April, 2013 Updated 4/15/2013 MacBook Air Rollout Workshop Topics Section 1 Anatomy of a MacBook Air o Ports, Features and Connectors o SD Card Slot, USB, Thunderbot o Power, USB, Headphone, Microphone Turning on Charging Tour Around The MacBook Air Home Screen o Toolbar o Top Buttons o Wi-Fi o Spotlight (search) o Date/Time o Logging In to MCS Section 2 Very Important, Must Read Page 8 - Damaged, Lost or Stolen Devices Page 7 - Care And Maintenance Of The MacBook Apple Support Site, MCS Technology Site Trackpad System Preferences, Dock Customizing Desktop Break Into Groups Section 3 Dock o How To Tell If An Application Is Open o How To Add Items To The Doc o Quit Apps vs. Closing How To Turn Programs Off Force Quitting Finder Launch Pad Mission Control Trash Bin Section 4 Safari Photo booth iPhoto Fun! MacBook Air Rollout Top 5 Videos To Watch Before Attend Apple College Training: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac Find them under the “Getting Started with the Mac” section: Anatomy of a MAC• PC to MAC: The Basics• Using Safari• Personalizing your MAC• Finder Basics• About Your MacBook Air Connections and Expansion Camera The built-in HD Camera faces the user, and can be used to take pictures and video. Wireless 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Your MacBook should always be set to MCS Secure when at school. At home of traveling it will find other networks. Audio A pair of stereo speakers is hidden within the MacBook body Keyboard and Trackpad Backlit, Full size Keyboard, and multi function Trackpad Battery and Power Up to 7 working hours Included Software OS X Mountain Lion Includes Safari, Reminders, Notes, Dictionary, iCloud, Face Time, iPhoto, QuickTime, Photo Booth, Spotlight, Preview, and iTunes. MacBook Air Rollout More Included Software (Links to Web Resources are available by clicking the icon) Google Drive iMovie Turn pictures and video clips into an iMovie to share. Garage Band Create, record and share music. Smart Notebook Version 11 The newest version of software to control your Smart Board. One difference you will notice is the Adaptive Toolbar. SplashTop Will allow you to control your MacBook from your iPad. The technical details are now being worked out. We will notify Media Specialist when SplashTop is ready to use. ...
Part 4 – Essay Choose ONE topic from below and limit your response to a minimum of 250 words. (Please attach essay.) Essay 1- Identify potential obstacles that you may encounter during your college career. Explain how you would overcome those obstacles in order to achieve success. Essay 2- Choose a person or persons you admire and explain why. Essay 3- If you had the authority to change your school in a positive way, what specific change would you make. Part 5. How did you hear about the Magic Valley Scholarship? MVEC Website ___ Social Media (Facebook/Twitter) ___ High School Counselor___ Radio ___ Print Ad___ 3 General Rules: 1. Scholarships are available up to the amount of $1,875 per semester, not to exceed two (2) semesters per year. 2. Scholarships must be first utilized in the fall semester of the calendar year awarded, and are renewable up to a maximum of eight (8) semesters with the total scholarship not to exceed $15,000. 3. Scholarships must be used within a four (4) year period beginning with the fall semester of the calendar year in which the scholarship is awarded. 4. In the event the recipient receives another full or partial scholarship to an accredited institution of higher education in Texas, MVEC reserves the right to revoke or adjust the scholarship award accordingly. 5. Scholarship funds shall be sent directly to the institution for payment of tuition and related fees and expenses charged by the institution, and room and board provided by the institution. 6. All scholarships and renewals are subject to confirmation that the recipient is in compliance with all Rules, and that all Eligibility and Recipient Requirements have been met. Eligibility Requirements: 1. Applicants and/or their dependents that have a minimum of one-year membership with Magic Valley Electric Cooperative at the application deadline date. The membership account must be the primary residence of the applicant at the time the scholarship is awarded and throughout the term of the scholarship. 2. Scholarships to be granted to attend an accredited institution of higher education located in Texas. Scholarships are limited to Undergraduate and Associate Degree programs only. 3. Applicant must be of good character as evidenced by at least three (3) letters from teachers, principals, counselors, etc, from the school they are currently attending. For applicants returning to school after an extended absence, letters will be accepted from previous employers, supervisors, ministers, etc. 4. Applicant must demonstrate a coherent degree plan and willingness to pursue a course of higher learning.
The Regents' Scholarship is a voluntary statewide scholarship aligned with the Utah Scholars Curriculum. The courses required by the scholarship are proven to help students become college and career ready. All of the requirements for the Regents’ Scholarship must be completed during grades 9-12, by the date of high school graduation. Courses taken before grade nine or after grade twelve will not satisfy the scholarship requirements. The scholarship is available to Utah high school graduates who enroll in 15 credit hours at one of the following institutions: Dixie State University, Salt Lake Community College, Snow College, Southern Utah University, University of Utah, Utah State University, Utah Valley University, or Weber State University. It can also be used at the following private, non-profit Utah institutions: Brigham Young University-Provo, LDS Business College, and Westminster College. Students apply for the Regents’ Scholarship by February 1 of their senior year of high school. It is the student’s responsibility to understand the requirements of the scholarship, however students are encouraged to work closely with their school guidance counselor and scholarship staff. Should you have questions regarding the scholarship, call 801-321-7159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarship Award Information
The HOPE Scholarship Program is a merit-based scholarship program with specific academic and grade point average eligibility requirements. The purpose of the HOPE Scholarship Program is to encourage the academic achievement of Georgia’s high school students and Georgians seeking Degrees from postsecondary institutions located in Georgia. An eligible student seeking a Degree from a University System of Georgia or Technical College System of Georgia institution may receive a HOPE Award Amount to be determined by the Commission. The HOPE Scholarship Program for students attending Georgia’s public postsecondary institutions was created beginning with the 1993-1994 Award Year (State Fiscal Year 1994). The program is fully funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education and administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission, in accordance with the Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 20-3519 et. seq., in its entirety. (The remainder of this page is intentionally blank.)
R & R Education Consultants Columbia University Station P.O. Box 250861, New York, NY 10025 The New York Times 2013 – 2014 College Scholarship Program To be eligible, you must: • Be a senior in a New York City high school expecting to graduate in 2014. • e ranked in the top 10% (or equivalent) of your graduating class. (If your school does not compute class rank, you must get a letter B of support from your guidance counselor that attests to your qualifications for this scholarship and include it with your application). • Have faced a challenge or obstacle similar to those of previous Times scholars. • Have significant financial need. • omplete all three parts of this application, staple them together, and mail them to the above address so they are received by C October 28, 2013. Alternatively, you can e-mail the application and essay as a single PDF to email@example.com. Part 1: Complete this writable PDF questionnaire on both sides, answering all questions, then sign it. Part 2: ttach a page listing your most important activities and achievements, including academic honors, community service, A work experience and extracurricular activities. Please include dates and, where appropriate, duration of activity. Part 3: ew York Times Scholars must have overcome significant personal obstacles. Read the articles on the Web site N [www.nytimes.com/scholarship] about previous scholars to determine if your situation is comparable and explain in an essay of approximately 500 words the challenges you have faced and how you have responded to them. Additional: If your transcript is available, please include a copy. If you would like to include a chronology of events in your life to help us understand your circumstances in context to each other, please attach one....
Steps in the 2014 National Merit® Scholarship Competition 1,500,000 Entrants. In October 2012, U.S. high school students who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and met other program participation requirements entered the 2014 competition for National Merit Scholarship Program recognition and scholarships. Nearly all program participants (entrants) were juniors who planned to enter college in 2014. NMSC uses PSAT/NMSQT Selection Index scores (the sum of critical reading, mathematics, and writing skills scores) to determine 50,000 high-scoring participants who qualify for program recognition. In April 2013, NMSC asked high school principals to identify any errors or changes in the reported eligibility of their high scorers (students whose scores qualify them for recognition). PARTICIPANTS WHO QUALIFY FOR NATIONAL MERIT PROGRAM RECOGNITION 34,000 Commended Students. In late September 2013, more than two-thirds of the 50,000 high scorers will receive Letters of Commendation in recognition of their outstanding academic promise, but they will not continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships. However, some of these students may be candidates for Special Scholarships provided by corporate and business sponsors. 16,000 Semiﬁnalists. In early September 2013, nearly a third of the 50,000 high scorers will be notiﬁed that they have qualiﬁed as Semiﬁnalists. Semiﬁnalists are the highest-scoring entrants in each state. NMSC will notify them through their schools and provide scholarship application materials explaining requirements to advance in the competition for National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2014. 15,000 Finalists. In February 2014, Semiﬁnalists who meet academic and other requirements will be notiﬁed that they have advanced to Finalist standing. All National Merit Scholarship winners (Merit Scholar® awardees) will be chosen from this group of Finalists based on their abilities, skills, and accomplishments.
UCLA EXTENSION WRITERS’ PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP 2013-2014 The UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Scholarship seeks to acknowledge and foster the talent of promising writers from diverse backgrounds and cultures who might otherwise not have the opportunity to study their craft in a supportive educational environment. Up to ten scholars are named annually, and each of the ten recipients is given the opportunity to enroll in three full-length Writers’ Program courses during a one-year period (mentorships, master classes, Writers Studio workshops, and 20-week courses are excluded). Courses may be taken either onsite or online but cannot be deferred for any reason. Eligibility In order to be considered eligible for the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Scholarship, applicants must: Have gross income not to exceed $2500 a month per individual. For households with more than one individual, add 10% for each additional person. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen with a green card The following applicants are considered ineligible: UCLA employees and their family members or dependents MA, MFA, and PhD graduates in Creative Writing, Screenwriting, Literature, or Journalism Students pursuing a degree in any field International students Former Writers’ Program Scholarship recipients Application Process To be considered for the 2013-14 academic year, all of the following must be submitted. Deadline is 5pm, 6/28/13. A completed application form Responses to the two essay questions Two letters of recommendation (see attached recommendation form). Recommendations may be from current or former employers, college professors, or leaders of volunteer or civic organizations with whom you have worked. A signed copy of your 2012 Federal Income Tax Return with all schedules and worksheets (IRS form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, or 1040TEL, and W-2 forms). If you were claimed as a dependent on your parents’ tax return, you must submit a signed copy of your parents’ 2012 Federal Income Tax Return. A copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) from the 2013-14 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. ***NOTE: It can take anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks to get your SAR, so fill out your FAFSA early. SARs will not be accepted after the deadline.*** Where it asks for School Code etc., use the information in the box below. Federal School ...