Graduating (Close To) Debt Free: How to Apply and Win Scholarships for College and Grad School
Jason Lum’s background and track record are impressive. Jason graduated from America’s most competitive programs at Harvard, Berkeley, and Washington University in St. Louis. Jason also received rigorous training in leadership and coaching from MIT and Columbia University. He’s also an expert in scholarship and college/graduate school advising, having graduated with honors from UCLA’s program in training professional independent college counselors. He currently also serves as a Core Faculty Member in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Walden University.
Jason won over $250,000 in scholarships, winning virtually every major national award available to college students in the USA. He graduated debt-free.
In addition, Jason also worked in the Harvard Admissions Office and at the Washington University in St. Louis Career Center. Jason has helped hundreds of students in the USA and in foreign countries obtain admission and receive significant scholarships and grants to America’s top universities, including: Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Columbia, Dartmouth, Princeton, Brown, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, Duke, Washington University in St. Louis, Williams, MIT, Caltech, UC Berkeley, Northwestern and every single school in the US News and World Report top 25 colleges and universities in the USA.
Having created ScholarEdge over a decade ago, Jason speaks across the USA and has been invited to speak in Asia, South America, and Europe. He routinely visits hundreds of colleges every year and invests thousands of dollars in attending conferences, workshops and institutes regarding admissions and financial aid. His company, ScholarEdge, was voted an “Editor’s Choice” by a major American newspaper, and has been profiled by hundreds of articles over the last ten years.
Jason has spoken to thousands of college students to motivate them to seek ways to graduate debt free. Join us for an informative evening that may just help you make a significant dent into the costs of a college education.
Co-sponsored by Student Financial Services: Division of Enrollment & Access, and TILT Learning Programs.