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April 8, 2022 by  
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Meet the Scholarship Doctor



“Start earning scholarships at birth.” This is the message of The Scholarship Doctor.

Doctors come in all forms and fashions — however, there is one thing in common: they have, in their chosen profession, attained, mastered, and documented a high level of knowledge and performance. This is most often connected to something people need to thrive and even to continue to live! Keep in mind that doctors cannot ever stop seeking knowledge as long as they practice in their fields. What doctors bring to the table is hope for the future.

Meet Rhea M. Watson, who has dedicated her life to learning, empowering and giving back. She shares knowledge that heals pain, but also shows those who seek her early that there is no reason to ever experience the pain! Watson is known as the Scholarship Doctor, and her latest publication hit the bookstores in 2021 and is a bestseller on Amazon. She offers a step-by-step guide to parents, families, mentors, and educators for preparing children for college starting in kindergarten.

Speaking with Watson in her Las Vegas home, I learned that the gift she gives prepares families to provide resources for higher learning. It began with herself and her sister. In the book, she tells the story of how they began their educational journeys as children and were shocked to discover the incredible cost of higher education in America. That potential tragedy turned into victory when their parents took the non-traditional route to finding opportunities for their girls to go to college.

Watson shares their secrets in her book, “The Scholarship Doctor is in! 5 Easy Steps to a FREE Degree!” And the start of the plan is for parents to put a plan in place for their children. Watson advocates that, “it’s never too early, it’s never too late; there is a better way.” Whether it’s a parent preparing for the educational journey of your children, or an adult seeking higher education, the Scholarship Doctor has lessons for you.

Finally, for Watson, failing to give back is not an option. And neither is debt. “Barriers will always be there. When you start where you are and you have a plan, it leads you to decisions, choices and finally, a seat at the table,” she says.

Dr. Ellen Brown is an affiliate faculty member at Regis University, Denver. Contact Dr. Brown at ebrown.nci@gmail.com

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