What if you or your child could attend college on a FULL RIDE?

With all tuition & costs PAID.

Wouldn’t it be incredible
if the financial portion
were no longer a worry?

It may sound pie-in-the-sky but it’s not.

 

College is a MAJOR life investment in time, money, and mental energy.

 

Tameka Williamson has developed and implemented proven strategies
that lead to… Getting A Full Ride.

 

Her thorough & up-to-date research has changed lives.
She knows how to effectively locate that ‘hidden’ free money in merit- and need-based scholarships,
financial aid packages, and other special programs.

 

Now she’s sharing this knowledge to help others get AMAZING educational opportunities.

Grab Your Copy Now: Getting A Full Ride

from brilliant Leadership Strategist,
​Tameka Williamson

Hi, I’m Tameka Williamson, but I am known as College Prep Boss™.

 

One of the things that lights me up the most is seeing students fulfill their potential and dreams…without amassing crippling student loan debt.

 

As the previous resident College Admissions and Funding Coach for organizations, like the Urban League of Atlanta, Usher’s New Look Foundation, National College Resources Foundation, Atlanta CARES, and more, I’ve helped families garner over $40 Million in scholarships and receive acceptances into top-tier institutions like UPenn, UCLA, Stetson, Dartmouth, Howard and many more.

     Getting A

Full Ride       

Every parent wants the best for their child and will do anything to help them succeed. Unfortunately, the journey to college is one that brings about many challenges and stresses that leaves you feeling overwhelmed.

 

Because there are many moving pieces and things constantly changing, you don’t know what you don’t know, it’s hard to focus on the right things and competing deadlines, you lack guidance, and it leads to frustration.

 

Tameka Williamson has developed and implemented proven strategies that lead to… Getting A Full Ride. Her thorough and up-to-date research has changed lives. She knows how to effectively locate that “hidden” free money in merit and need-based scholarships, financial aid packages, and other special programs.