"My daughter was a recipient of a $400 scholarship and it has been a wonderful gift that keeps on giving! Zoe is loving swimming this summer, as is our whole family!"
Pamela Olson, mother of Zoe - Kidzmet's summer enrichment scholarship winner
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2011
On September 6, 2011, up to 21 of Kidzmet's Facebook fans will win scholarship money to put toward the afterschool enrichment activities of their choice. The scholarship money can be put toward whatever passion the child wants to pursue this Fall--piano lessons, ceramics classes, science classes, soccer team uniform/fees, horseback riding lessons, tutoring, etc.
Each Kidzmet Facebook fan over 500 means one additional dollar toward an enrichment scholarship for a child to experience extended learning time beyond the traditional school day. (Up to 5000 fans.) Most importantly, not only do more fans mean more kids are giving the opportunity to pursue their passions this Fall, but the more fans earned, the better each fan's odds of winning become.
In order to qualify, the parent or student must be a Kidzmet Facebook Fan on 9/6/2011. Rules and restrictions apply. For details, visit http://kidzmet.com/content_pages/view/afterschool-enrichment-scholarship-contest/.
Launched in Spring of 2011, Kidzmet.com is the first website to use personality, multiple intelligence preferences and predominant cognitive style to help match teachers with students. Its service, available in the United States from coast-to-coast, evaluates the fit type of a teacher with an individual student in order to help parents pair their kids with local extracurricular activities led by individuals that instinctively understand how to help each child's seeds of potential blossom.
Kidzmet's student screening tools can be used by teachers, tutors, coaches and schools to facilitate better teacher/student connections so that learning can start from minute 1, leading to more engaged and motivated learners.
Kidzmet's blog provides at-home learning activities that expose kids to different aspects of the whole child curriculum through the multiple intelligence lens through which they prefer to view the world.