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PayDayAllDay awards student with a scholarship within a newly launched Scholarship Contest. For Immediate Release— LAS VEGAS, NV, November, 21, 2018 — PayDayAllDay is awarding Jessica Cherubin with a $500 scholarship. Through its PDAD Scholarship, the company hopes to impart good borrowing habits as well as wise money management skills to consumers, particularly students. Cherubin has been accepted into the University Graduate School at Florida International University (FIU) as a student in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Education. She’s pursuing a master’s degree in Adult Education and Human Resource Development. Her submitted essay on “The Hidden Dangers of Long-Term Debt” demonstrated an outstanding level of knowledge on the subject, and it could serve as an informative read for her fellow students. Next year, PayDayAllDay will continue its new tradition of awarding students with scholarship funds. The scholarship is offered twice a year, and the deadlines are April 30th and October 31st. Anyone interested in participating will need to submit a video or infographic along with a 750-word essay titled “The Hidden Dangers of Long-Term Debt,” “Irresistible Purchases That I Regret Spending My Credit On,” or “The Practical Financial Lessons That Adulthood Teaches You.” Entering the contest is free, and students can apply multiple times. However, applicants must be enrolled full-time or part-time in a college, graduate, professional, or trade school. Applicants should also be U.S. citizens and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8. Additional information is available on the PayDayAllDay website.

About the Company

PayDayAllDay is an online service that connects borrowers and lenders and helps consumers find specific loans to suit their financial needs.

Contact Info

Website: https://paydayallday.com/ Email: [email protected] Address: 4525 S Sandhill Rd, #STE 8D, Las Vegas, NV 89121, USA Phone: (833) 270-9484

by Alice Robinson

Alice was born and raised in Compton, California. Then she studied at Yuin University, the place where she became passionate about researching the thin ropes between money and meaning. She is insatiably interested in people’s potential, wondering why some succeed and others don’t. Thus, the articles on her blog explore a multitude of seemingly unconnected things: money, psychology, entrepreneurship, creativity, spirituality, philanthropy, just to name a few.