Dublin, CA (PRWEB) August 12, 2013
Sussle, a site that collects the best content by topic, today announces that Alyssa Green of the University of Central Florida has won a $5000 Sussle Scholarship for being its best student contributor.
"Alyssa has an amazing knack for finding really interesting facts and images," said Chuck Kao, Sussle's founder. Some of her best contributions can be found in Art, Human Body, Life Hacking, Nick Veasey, and Robot. Besides contributing her knowledge to Sussle, she also is an excellent content curator and evangelist for Sussle.
Alyssa is from Orlando, Florida, and is majoring in Marketing at the University of Central Florida. She has always been fascinated by what drives people to buy or use a brand, and hopes to one day work in Marketing, and help companies promote products to consumers.
"I am honored to be a Sussle Scholarship winner!" says Alyssa. "I love sharing interesting content with others, and seeing what they have to contribute. Not only has Sussle helped pay my tuition, it has encouraged me to explore an array of topics I may never have researched. Also, a few of my friends have commissioned me to paint portraits for them after seeing some of my artwork on Sussle. It's more than just a scholarship. I have gained so much just from using Sussle!"
Unlike other scholarships, Sussle offers a fun, easy scholarship with no application, no essay, and minimal eligibility requirements. Students also have a chance to win weekly cash awards. Sussle offers a monthly $1000 scholarship.
Sussle helps you discover new things about your interests by collecting the best content from people with the same interests. It's a place where you can contribute your knowledge and point of view about your passions. You can easily post text, images, video, and audio about millions of topics. The Sussle community curates the best contributions. Sussle is an angel-funded startup located in the San Francisco Bay Area.