bright futures scholarship

Tougher standards proposed for Bright Futures Scholarship

Miami college counselors report on the Bright Futures Scholarship and the legislation being reviewed by the Florida Senate budget committee. Changes will make the scholarships harder for students to get and keep whether they go to school in St. Augustine or Miami. College counselors list the changes being considered.

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship – Apply Now

Applications are now being accepted for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship program. The International College Counselors recommend that students apply for the The Bright Futures scholarship even if they have no immediate plans to go to college. The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship program offers scholarship awards of three different levels – the Florida Academic Scholars award, the Florida Medallion Scholars award and the Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars award. Lead Miami college advisor Mandee Heller Adler, president of International College Counselors, can help you with any questions you have about the program or the scholarships.

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship – Important Updates

Mandee Heller Adler and the college counselors of International College Counselors write about the 2009 legislative changes made to the Florida Bright Futures Scholarships. Students who are planning to apply for the scholarships should be aware of these changes. Mandee Heller Adler and the other college counselors at International College Counselors also encourage students to go online to to find out more about the International College Counselors scholarship — 4 scholarship awards worth $250 each.

Bright Futures drops 100 percent awards

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program has undergone some big changes following the 2009 Florida Legislative Session. This will affect all students in the program including many who work with us at International College Counselors. Actions will most likely be followed by other programs around the country. College advisor Mandee Heller Adler, founder and president of International College Counselors, is here to help our clients navigate and understand these changes.