WHAT'S THIS ABOUT?
The Uninformed States of America Podcast has teamed up with Franek Technologies to create The Riley Now University Fund. This is a fund that will reward a lucky college student with $500 to go towards any of their college expenses.
We are doing this because we know the student loan debt crisis is out of control and we want to help out America's future leaders by giving some assistance to some of the financial burdens they may face while pursuing a higher education.
Are you a college student? Could you use $500?
HOW TO ENTER
IN 3 STEPS
APPLY / REGISTER
The first step to earning your $500 is to become a member of Mike Riley's Info-Clique. Once you have submitted your email address and answer a few questions you will receive specific instructions on what to do next.
LISTEN TO #THEUSAPODCAST
The next step to earning $500 towards your school expenses is to listen to The Uninformed States of America Podcast Episode 151 where Mike Riley discusses the student loan debt crisis with a special guest. It is this episode where you will base your writing assignment
SUBMIT ONE-PAGE ESSAY
ABOUT STUDENT LOAN DEBT
Lastly, you will submit a one page writing assignment discussing your thoughts on what was discussed in episode 151 having to do with the student loan debt crisis.
Mike Riley will announce the winner live on The Uninformed States of America Podcast on March 31, 2021
SIGN UP TO BE A MEMBER OF THE
The first step into entering The Riley Now University Fund writing contest is to sign up to become a member of the Info-Clique and Apply. Once you have submitted your information you will receive an email from Mike Riley telling you what to listen for in episode 151 as well as the specific criteria for the writing assignment. The
Info-Clique is the official newsletter for Mike Riley Now and The Uninformed States of America Podcast. Don’t worry, we will not sell your information to any 3rd party and you are free to unsubscribe at any time. You must be subscribed in order to be eligible for the contest.
LISTEN TO #THEUSAPODCAST EPISODE 151: STUDENT DEBT SURVIVAL
The next step, once you have signed up to be a member of The Info-Clique, is listening to The Uninformed States of America Podcast Episode 151 where Mike Riley discusses the student loan debt crisis that is plaguing the United States.
This episode will broadcast live on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8PM PST. You can listen live easily through the downloadable app or through www.theUSApodcast.com. If you can’t make the live broadcast or need to listen to the episode again, no worries, it was always be available for download and stream after the episode airs.
WRITE A ONE-PAGE ESSAY ABOUT
STUDENT DEBT CRISIS IN THE US.
This is where the rubber meets the road. Your final tasks to earning $500 towards your student expenses will be to submit a one-page essay, based off of the criteria that will be sent to you via email, about what was discussed in episode 151 of #TheUSAPodcast where Mike Riley discusses the student loan debt crisis with a special guest.
This essay will have a specific word count and you have to know what to listen for and which questions you need to answer. Mike Riley will read each writing assignment individually and award the best essay with the $500 prize. Remember that in order to be eligible to submit a writing assignment, you must be signed up to The Info-Clique.
LISTEN TO #THEUSAPODCAST
ON MARCH 31, 2021
TO SEE IF YOUR'E A WINNER!
Once the written assignments have been submitted, Mike Riley and the producers of The USA Podcast will evaluate the essays and pick one lucky winner! The winner of The Riley University Fund will be announced live on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 on The Uninformed States of America Podcast. The winner will receive $500 to use towards any school expenses of their choice.
This contest is open to all students currently enrolled in an institution of higher learning. This includes Vocational School (Trade School), Community College (Junior College), Institutes of Technology, Art and Design Schools, Liberal Arts College, Private or Public Universities or Online College. See the official rules for more details.