Sunday, September 16, 2012

How to Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Ed.gov U.S. Department of Education Online Services

Student Loans ie Repayment, Forgiveness and more info.
 
VA News GI Bill
Choosing a School Or Education Program

70% of top income earners have at least a bachelor's degree.

Annually, the US spends $9,644 per student compared to $22,600 per prison inmate.

In 1970, the United States had 30% of the world's college graduates, now it has only 15%.

90% of incoming freshmen at the top 150 colleges come from families in the top half of U.S. annual income distribution.

18% of all college-ready high school graduates are African-American or Latino.

A high school dropout is 5-8x more likely to be incarcerated than a college graduate.

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Student Federal Financial Aid
USA.gov Frequently Asked Questions
U.S. Department of Education Grants

If Trade School seems out of reach at first glance, explore your options. You may be surprised as to what financial assistance is available to you.
How To Get Financial Aid For Trade School.

Technical schools, colleges, and institutes located throughout the country provide a multitude of education courses and programs that can help you obtain the certification or degree you need to move forward in today's competitive job market.
Technical Vocational School Guide


Preparing For Grad School

Scholarship Programs

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

How To Apply for A Scholarship From The NAACP

The American Indian College Fund's mission is to raise scholarship funds for American Indian students at qualified tribal colleges and universities and to generate broad awareness of those institutions and the Fund itself. The Fund provides scholarships to approximately 3,500 students annually.
Apply for Scholarships

American Indian College Fund   
8333 Greenwood Blvd.
Denver, CO 80221
Toll Free: 800.776.3863    
Phone: 303.426.8900


America can be the Promised Land.
Take advantage of our Free Educational System. You could learn a lot.

College is Free in America.
Federal Financial Aid alone, will pay the tuition of many very good colleges. The more it costs to attend a college the more in Financial Aid the student will receive.

Back in the 80's; I still had $700 a semester left  over after I paid my tuition. Probably more nowadays, depends on financial income, family size, etc.

Financial Aid Grants Are Free. No Repayment Ever!


You don't have to be a genius or have had great marks in high school to get into college nowadays. 


CLEP Earn College Credits For What You Already Know

CLEP offers students (including international and home-schooled students) the opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency in subject areas and bypass some undergraduate coursework.

The CLEP Exam; is a group of voluntarily taken, standardized tests that assess college-level knowledge in several subject areas that are administered at more than 1,700 colleges and universities across the United States created by the College Board. 

There are 2,900 colleges which grant CLEP credit.

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program, is an easy job at minimum wage. It's part of your financial aid package. Work at school,  much easier than running around.

Anyone can go to college. You don't have to be in or just out of high school. I was 28 when I started college.

I went to school with people who worked full time and still got straight A's. Better grades than me.

Call the Financial Aid Department of the college or university you want to attend and ask them any questions you have, or ask for an interview there and they will help you with getting the financial aid application completed.

I know a person can go to college with just financial aid. I did.

 
If you get really good marks as an undergraduate, there are a lot of good internships and scholarships. to pay for post graduate work
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Try never to take student loans.
It's better to go to a Good school that may not have such a big name, than to go into debt for ten years.

AmeriCorps   
Offers Some Financial Help For Students Too.
AmeriCorps
Contact
Some students may be able to get help paying off student loans; for certain professions like becoming teachers, doctors, etc. if you are willing to work in under served areas for a number of years. Frequently Asked Questions

Student loans are good, if one is sure they can pay them off. Otherwise they're trouble
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Some of the smallest schools have the best teachers. Know what you want to learn and choose a school by how compatible they are with your goals. 


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The Trevor Project   

THE TREVOR LIFELINE 1–866–488–7386 [US Calls Only] The Trevor Lifeline is the only nationwide, around-the-clock suicide prevention and crisis intervention lifeline for LGBT youth. The Trevor Lifeline is a free and confidential service that offers hope and someone to talk to, 24/7.

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and wanted to share it with everyone).

 
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Ending Child Hunger

Food Poverty in NYC

Contact or Visit
If You, Or Anyone You Know Needs Help Contact
Food Bank For New York City

Every $1 donated, can help provide 5 meals for New Yorkers in need, the majority of whom are children, seniors, women, the working poor and people with disabilities.

In New York City, households with children are among the most vulnerable to food poverty. More than half of all households with children in our city struggle to afford food; a 32 percent increase since 2003. And the consequences of food poverty on children is striking! Food-poor children are 90 percent more likely to have fair/poor health than excellent/good health.

Food Bank For New York City
Main Office
9am To 4:30pm Mon Thru Fri
39 Broadway, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10006
Phone: 212.566.7855 Fax: 212.566.1463
Programs

Warehouse
Hunts Point Cooperative Market
355 Food Center Drive

Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: 718.991.4300
Fax: 718.893.3442

Community Kitchen
252 W 116 Street

New York, NY 10026
Phone: 212.566.7855
Fax: 212.662.1945

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The Kids In Need Foundation
Has distributed more than $300 million in school supplies to low-income schools free of charge.

Has awarded $1 million in grants to teachers.
Serves 1.6 million students and 100,000 teachers annually. Teacher's Grant Applications 


If Your School Needs Help Contact
The Kids In Need Foundation
3077 Kettering Blvd.
Suite 114
Dayton
OH 45439
phone +1-937-296 1230



 

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In Memory of my High School Reg Teacher And Friend, John J Conaghan Esq

Mount Saint Mary's University

16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, Md. 21727
phone 301-447-6122
Admissions and Financial Aid

Frederick Campus

5350 Spectrum Drive
Frederick, MD 21703
phone 301-682-8315

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