INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Brianna Membres gets excited about education.
It’s a passion of hers that was cultivated on the campus of IUPUI.
“I graduated from here in 2017 with my major in education and I graduated with over $50,000 in grants and scholarships,” Membres said. “Glory be to God.”
However, she realized, after graduating and becoming a fifth-grade teacher she and her husband would be welcoming their firstborn son. While she thought staying home would be best for her family, she decided to start working from home helping prospective college students edit their scholarship essays.
“Originally, I was just going to help because I love writing,” she said. “I feel like it’s something I have a skill in.”
She gave that skill a name: She Edits LLC. Membres soon realized that students didn’t just need help with writing, but the entire process of finding college scholarships
She began a new mission to help the next generation not only to get in school, but also to get out debt free.
“I want to help them through courses, through coaching, through essays, through financial-aid appeal letters,” she said.
From people looking to get undergraduate degrees to those who are going after master’s or doctoral degrees, she wants everyone to have a chance to pay for school without going deep into their own pockets.
“Literally, there are scholarships for every single type of student out there so I don’t want them to be intimidated and feel like they have to take out loans because it’s too late.”
She launched the business in 2019 and says she’s helped students get tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships.
Go to Facebook to learn more about the services Membres offers through She Edits.