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Not everyone can or wants to become a chemical engineer or mathematician, but the White House wants to make sure the country's doing all it can to give students the opportunity to explore all of their options before they're ready to make decisions about their future career paths.

White House Renews Focus on Math and Science Programs

November 24, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
Not everyone can or wants to become a chemical engineer or mathematician, but the White House wants to make sure the country's doing all it can to give students the opportunity to explore all of
Your opinions on how tech-savvy your professors are differ quite a bit from the instructors' opinions of their own technological effectiveness in the classroom, according to a survey released this week by CDW-G, an education technology provider.

Survey Reveals Obvious Technology Gap

November 5, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
Your opinions on how tech-savvy your professors are differ quite a bit from the instructors' opinions of their own technological effectiveness in the classroom, according to a survey released this
A career in technology can be exciting and rewarding, not to mention financially lucrative.  However, the path to this career typically includes a college education, which isn't exactly cheap.  Technical fields have demanding coursework and in some cases, astronomical course fees.  These and other factors can make paying for school even more challenging for technology students.  To ensure that these challenges do not become roadblocks, Scholarships.com offers a $1,000 college scholarship for students who plan to pursue a career in technology.  And since all you need to apply is a short essay explaining your interest in this area of study, this week's Scholarship of the Week could be one of the easiest steps in your education.

Scholarships.com College Technology Scholarship

February 9, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
A career in technology can be exciting and rewarding, not to mention financially lucrative.  However, the path to this career typically includes a college education, which isn't exactly cheap. 
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