There are various
sources that can assist you with paying for your education.
You need to create a clear plan, an outline, of the sources
that are available to you. Increase your odds of actually winning
a scholarship by starting locally and expanding nationally,
since many scholarships come from local businesses, private
foundations, and community organizations.
The fall season is the best time to start your search for scholarships,
because many businesses and organizations send announcements
and applications to high school teachers and guidance counselors
at the beginning of the school year.
Note: As you prepare to start your
search, use your time wisely to apply to as many scholarships
that you are eligible to receive. It is important to read the
eligibility requirements for each award, and if you do not meet
the eligibility requirements, DO NOT request an application
or apply for the award. Don’t waste your time or the scholarship
Provided below is a list of sources to consider that may offer
financial aid to students. This list is not in any particular
order, nor is it all-inclusive. As you review this list, if
you think of other sources, please contact
us so that we can add it to the list to help other students