The Scholarship Club FPC leverages technology to introduce educational funding opportunities to youth using popular and social media. The founders Rondalynne McClintock M.Ed. and Talia Dotson, a recent college grad, host The Scholarship Club for students. The Club meets each month to teach students how to win local and national scholarships. Meetings of the Scholarship Club welcome students in grades 5 though College. In 2007 we noticed that there was not a lot of information about how to find scholarships and how to apply for them. We found a lot of college planning information, but not a lot of college funding advice designed for parents and students planning to start school soon. The Scholarship Club provides support for students (and parents) during the college planning and scholarship application process. Parents and students who want to learn where to look for scholarships, how to prepare scholarship materials, and how to follow-up with scholarship awards are invited to join us.
The Scholarship Club uses a student-centered approach to learning that is inquiry based and leverages cooperative interactive activities..
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Rondalynne McClintock of the Scholarship Club has a lot of experience finding funding for college. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BS Eng), she went on to earn Masters degrees in Education (M.Ed,) and Information Systems and Technology (MSIST). Rondalynne is currently completing a PhD in Information Systems with a focus on mobile learning. Talia Dotson is a recent graduate of Pitzer College where she earned a in Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Indigenous and Non-Western Health and Medicine.
Rondalynne McClintock, M.Ed. is recognized as a highly accomplished educator and trainer focused on providing expert guidance to students as they navigate the college application, selection, and acceptance process. Talia Dotson has an entrepreneurial spirit that motivates youth. As a teenager, Talia launched The Scholarship Club Community Learning Program, a scholarship club to aid low- to moderate-income youth in the scholarship application process. While a student at Pitzer College in Claremont CA, Talia co-founded Education Access Solutions LLC to guide high school students and demystify college preparation and admissions activities. Along with Rondalynne, Talia hosts both live and virtual meetings with students nationwide. In addition to managing youth volunteers, Talia facilitates youth leadership workshops focused on developing successful habits and making smart decisions. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/rondalynnemcclintock/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-scholarship-club-fpc?trk=company_name