Online Textbook Buyback Company Conducts Successful Fall 2012 "Textbooks for a Year" Scholarship Contest

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Textbook buyback site concludes another successful Textbooks for a Year Scholarship contest, as the fall 2012 deadline passes.

"only education can better the life of an entire population"
Fall 2010 winner, Jessica Gresko, a leading online textbook buyback company, announces the completion of another successful scholarship essay contest, as their Fall 2012 Scholarship Essay Contest comes to a close. The deadline to submit an entry for a chance to win the grand prize cash award of $1,250 this Fall was December 15, 2012, however interested eligible students will gratified to know that this ongoing scholarship contest continues to make this opportunity available two times a year. For eligible full time college students, the bi-annual scholarship essay is conducted and made available directly through the company website. The announcement of this Fall’s winner and updated dates on when the new Spring contest opens will be revealed at the company website by January 21, 2013. Those interested in obtaining more details on the contest or seeking eligibility requirements may do so by visiting their Scholarship page.

Over the years, has worked hard to continue to be an important resource for college students who need to sell books for cash at the end of the school semester. MyBookBuyer has been in the textbook buyback industry for over a decade, and has learned how difficult it is for many students to afford the ascending cost of books and the financial hardship it can create. The Textbooks for a Year Scholarship Essay Contest was created to provide winning students with enough money to pay for their textbooks for an entire year and just one more way that MyBookBuyer is working to reduce the financial burden of school for students and help them to better afford the inflating cost of tuition and textbooks. Once again, this Fall hundreds of students from colleges and universities throughout the country entered the contest. Presently, the submissions are being reviewed by an impartial in-house committee and the winner will be announced on their website home page by January 21, 2013.

"Many students have communicated to us over the years what incredible stress the mounting cost of books have become,” says Michael Der, company founder. “In fact, many of them sought out our buyback service over the internet as a resource they could use to actually help them put together enough money to purchase their books for their next semester. During this holiday season, I’m reminded when Fall 2010 winner, Jessica Gresko from Georgetown University, wrote, ‘only education can better the life of an entire population’ and the important role we can all play in affecting one another’s lives.”

MyBookBuyer will continue to work hard to help make textbooks more affordable for all the students who come to the textbook buyback site and are proud to donate thousands of books to Resource Area For Teachers (RAFT), a non-profit organization that provides classroom materials to teachers. MyBookBuyer allows anyone with a computer to sell textbooks online for cash. Those seeking more information about the company or to view past winning essay submissions may do so by visiting the company Scholarship Winners page.

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