College Debt Fundraising: Web Platform Tries to Help High Schoolers Get Money

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College Debt Fundraising: Web Platform Tries to Help High Schoolers Get Money

Sep, 20th 2016

A new resource could help high school students as young as freshmen looking to lock down college scholarship cash and minimize student debt. But finding it is not easy.

Nearly 20 Pennsylvania colleges and universities have signed on to Raise.me, a web-based platform that allows high school students to create a profile and begin amassing money in micro-scholarships for redemption when they enroll at a participating school. But the program has had a low-profile rollout, with many high school guidance counselors left scratching their heads about what it involves.

It targets would-be first-generation collegians with a two-fold message: These are the things you need to do to prepare for college, and there are ways to whittle down the...

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