Education is expansive; students spend an average of $80000 for a 4-year degree in post-secondary schools. However, millions of dollars in scholarships go unclaimed because people don't know they can apply. This time, we invited Tomiwa Ademidun, the founder of Atila, to talk about how students can apply for scholarships, even as recent grads.
Imagine if applying for scholarships was as easy as shopping on Amazon. Atila makes it easy for students to find scholarships that are tailored to their school, program, demographic and extracurricular activities. Atila also allows students to apply for multiple scholarships all from one location.
He had applied for scholarships but felt like the application process was inefficient. As an engineer, he thought to himself, what if there was a way to make applying for scholarships as easy as shopping as Amazon. He built one and called it Atila.
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