Denise is an international best selling author, TedX speaker, & creator of Cracking the Code to Free College, coaching parents of college bound teens how to put their children through college debt free by building an application package that has colleges begging their kids to come to their school. Denise went from starving college student who “lifted” food from the campus cafeteria to have meals for the weekend, to desperate homeschooling mom who created a strategy that allowed her kids to attend college on 6 & 8 scholarships totaling over $100,000 and have cash left over after 4 years of college. Denise's mission is to inspire, educate, and equip parents who take an active role supporting their children to live a life of financial freedom.
"Denise has dedicated a major portion of her adult life to becoming an authority on how to go to college without incurring major debt. Her knowledge can change the financial status of both the student and the family in a major way. Her methods saved our family over $180,000 over the college careers our two children. She can help your family too!"
"Only geniuses win scholarships!"
Scholarships are just one piece of the puzzle and are not just for students with perfect GPA's and high entrance exam scores. Most have no such requirements. Finding scholarships your teen has the best chance of winning and how to win them is a strategy Denise discovered when her daughter won the very first scholarship she applied for.: A $10,000 national scholarship in her high school junior year! The Cracking the Code to Free College 6-week course includes How to Find and Win Scholarships and the Winning Resume and Portfolio course. Your teen's application package will get noticed by college admissions boards. ("They called us to ask, 'What can we do to get her to come here?!"~Brandi)
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Don't wait until you know there's a financial gap to begin looking for scholarships. 750,000 scholarships are available each year and they begin as early as Kindergarten!
"This course has helped me to refine my search for scholarships. As a result I have found many additional opportunities and have already begun to guide my daughter in the application process. She has submitted two applications just this week!"