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Scholarships for Premature Babies

I believe that almost all of you understand the financial hurdle in order for someone to get a degree in United States. The tuition fees, settling costs, books cost, and other educational-related costs allow only a portion of people to be able to get...
by Start Grants on May 2, 2016

Scholarships for Adopted Kids

Being adopted often comes with many obstacles and problems, often starts when the adopted person is still a kid. But once they pass through their teen’s age, there are many scholarships for adopted children available so that they can pursue goo...
by Start Grants on Jan 21, 2016

Grants for Foster Kids

Free financial aid for foster kids doesn’t come often. Typically, grants or free money are awarded for education. There are some social security programs from the government to meet the basic needs and ensure the health of these children; but indiv...
by Start Grants on Sep 3, 2015

7 Keys to Winning Scholarships

If you’re getting ready to take the pathway to college, you’ll need to think about winning scholarships, unless you want to be buried in debt when you graduate, or unless you’re independently wealthy. There are many posts on blogs and scholarsh...
by MoneyMiniBlog on Jul 10, 2015

College Grants For African American Males

Grants for African American males for college are considered as a type of minority financial assistance. As you know, it seems like it’s almost impossible to get through college without some type of financial aid, whether it’s scholarship...
by Start Grants on Jul 10, 2015

Scholarships for People With Dyslexia

The whole process of college education is pretty hard, especially because the cost of higher education has never been cheap. What’s more, the college education process is also quite demanding, especially for people with learning disabilities su...
by Start Grants on Jun 19, 2015

Grants for Adults Returning to School

The United States government, along with many organizations and foundations across the country emphasize on using education to raise one’s standard of living. There are many adults whom in their teenagers days dropped out of college and now con...
by Start Grants on Jun 6, 2015

Grants for Police Officers Going To College

Are there grants or other forms of financial aid for police officers going to college available? As you know, the Police Department is a place where many different skills are combined; hence polishing them by pursuing a degree in college will certain...
by Start Grants on May 29, 2015

College Grants for Single Teenage Mothers

College grants for single teenage mothers are designed to help these people to get back on their feet. Being a mother while still at teenage is difficult and need lots of support from families. The hardship becomes even worse when the father refuses...
by Start Grants on May 23, 2015

May To Do List for USNA Applicants

Depending upon where you are in the process, you may have done some of the items on this list. Skip them. Be happy you’re done. Move on to the next: First Steps: If you’re serious about attending the USNA or any other military academy, buy a...
by USNA or Bust on Apr 30, 2015

College Athletic Scholarships - How to get a Sports Scholarship? Parents...

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by When Mothers Cry on Apr 21, 2015

College Grants for Police Officers

Looking for college grants for police officers? Today you will learn everything related about the options you have as a law enforcement personnel. It is commonly accepted as a fact that police officers have a decent salary. Payscale.com explains that...
by Start Grants on Apr 1, 2015

College Grants for Cancer Survivors

College grants for cancer survivors are very important because they encourage students who have survived from cancer to continue their education. Cancer is one of the most fearsome diseases, and it often leads to major shock and devastating effect fo...
by Start Grants on Mar 27, 2015

Nominate Your Teen For The Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Program #CocaCola

  I am so excited to have my second child graduating from high school this year! My oldest son Jedi has already been accepted into the university of his choice, and has a crystal-clear idea of his career plans for the future. Now, it is all abou...
by MELISASource on Feb 7, 2015

Scholarships for People with Glasses 2015

Scholarships for people with glasses fall into the unusual scholarship category. This may be surprising for some people, but there are actually several scholarships that are designed specifically for people with glasses or eye contacts. Students who...
by Start Grants on Jan 3, 2015

College Scholarships for Left Handed People 2015

Are there any scholarships for left handed people? It is true that in general most of the scholarships are given based on the merits or achievements of the student. That being said, there are some scholarships that are provided to support the minorit...
by Start Grants on Dec 22, 2014

Government Grants for Single Fathers

Grants for single fathers (or mothers) are available in the United States. The question is, where? Living as a single dad can be quite daunting, especially because you have to be both father and mother for your children. Yes, being a single parent is...
by Start Grants on Dec 8, 2014

Scholarships for College Students in Ohio

Scholarships for College Students in Ohio – Many of today’s students need scholarships to continue their education. So most of them would require information about the various scholarship options offered several organizations. This will c...
by Start Grants on Nov 22, 2014

How to Get Research Grants For Women in Science

Research Grants For Women in Science – Nowadays there are more and more women in the field of science comparing to last few decades. One of the encouragements for them to enter the field is the availability Research Grants For Women in Science...
by Start Grants on Nov 13, 2014

Scholarships for Pregnant Woman

Scholarships for Pregnant Woman – Having no education when you are a single mother or pregnant woman is the recipe for financial catastrophe. Statistics from the National Institute of Health indicates that across the United States there is a ve...
by Start Grants on Nov 10, 2014


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