A student once asked, "Do I need money to be successful?" She wanted to become a professional horse rider and to reach her ultimate goal of being in the Olympics but without the $25,000 for the necessary lessons and gear she was told that her dream would never come true. The problem I am trying to solve is to show students that when opportunities are not given they are M.A.D.E. Instead of students thinking they need money to get ahead in life they can use the opportunities that they provide for themselves through school, church, volunteering, and after-school programs. These opportunities that students can present to themselves will allow them to come into contact with people who sponsor or provide scholarships.