Twitter is The New Way To Attract Colleges!
Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, "tweets," restricted to 140 characters. Registered users can post tweets while unregistered users can only review tweets. Twitter is the place to find out about what’s happening in the world right now. Whether you’re interested in music, sports, politics, news, celebrities, or everyday moments
Twitter can also be used to successfully target universities for scholarships.
This condensed and comprehensive course demonstrates how to create an optimized Twitter profiles for high school students that will attract college professors, alumni, and admission officers.
High School Students, Undergraduate Students, and Grad school Students will all benefit from taking this course.
Learn from a Twitter Expert!
Follow social media expert, Sedgrid Lewis, as he demonstrates through screencasts how to optimize your Twitter profile to attract college admission officers.
Using real-world examples, Sedgrid shows you hands-on how to:
Let's Get Your Twitter Profile Optimized for Colleges and Scholarship Committees. Take the course today, and be a Twitter All Star in no time!What are the requirements?
My name is Sedgrid Lewis and I am the founder of The Social Scholars. After spending the past 8 years teaching digital citizenship to students and companies across the US, I discovered that all teens have amazing god given talent that is not being displayed on social media. Most teens use social media to socialize with peers for entertainment purposes.
After a good friend of mine who is a college planner informed me that colleges are using social media to vet applicants, I immediately started to create ways for students to brand their talents on social media.
The Ultimate Guide on Using Twitter to Land Scholarships is based upon my years of experience working with employers and college recruiters. This course is designed to attract the attention of college recruiters, admission officers, scholarship search committees and many more on Twitter