There are college scholarships tailored towards particular fields of study, based on your grade point average, your ACT and/or SAT scores, and even awarded to children and or siblings of Alumnus or current students.
Because of the ever-increasing costs though, it is hard for many families to find the necessary funding to give their children the opportunity for a college education. For single mothers however, the task becomes even more difficult.
College scholarships are available to virtually anyone. You don’t need to be the next Einstein or a future Joe Namath. College scholarships are available to a huge variety of students.
In a recent post the Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) mentioned that it was seeking applicants for scholarships. They also encourage black students seeking cash for college to visit the BETF scholarship webpage today! In addition, they also introduced us to BlackStudents.com a Free online directory of black scholarships, African American scholarships, black colleges and […]
With the National Labor College at the George Meany Campus in Silver Spring, MD, American’s unions have their own college: a national center that provides continuous labor education for all union activists. Each year a total of $25,000 is awarded to eligible students through the new Union Plus National Labor College Scholarship. The scholarship program […]