The local and main libraries in your city have various books,
directories, and magazines on the subject of financial aid.
These books are usually located in the reference section, make
sure you review the most recent editions as scholarship information
changes each year. Many libraries will have computers available
for visitors to possibly search their scholarship database or
the Internet. Ask the librarian, if (s)he is aware of any scholarships
offered by their library or organizations that donate books.
Banks / Credit Unions
Many banking institutions and credit unions offer scholarships
to students in their community, account holders and their dependents.
Contact the bank or credit union that you and your parent(s)
have an active bank account and inquire about any scholarships
offered by their banking institutnion. Consult your local Yellow
Pages to obtain contact information of other banking institutions
and credit unions in your community and city.