A scholarship contest for the ‘average student’

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Time and time and time again, I write about companies seeking college students to serve as office slaves interns. Whether paid or for school credit, these internships aim to help the budding professionals attain valuable, real world experience to set their otherwise green résumés apart from the candidate pool. Could you be anymore of an overachiever? Those internships might provide an upper hand one day, but for undergrads focused more on paying for school than that provisional paycheck, CollegeHumor has just the scholarship. Introducing the Average Student Scholarship Contest, strictly for mediocre pupils who strive just enough to coast to graduation day.

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