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Remember - WHAT to do FIRST : Build Your Resume Now!
|Read below for more information and help finding financial aid, scholarships, and more!|
Other helps Rule #1: Fill out your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) early. Colleges and many scholarship and grant sources need this information before they can determine how and if they can help you, or if you are eligible.
TIPS for APPLYING for SCHOLARSHIPS: click here for helpful ideas when applying for scholarships.
is another MUST if you are searching far and wide for scholarship. Register free.
Fin Aid has some more helpful information. It links you back to Fast Web.
College Scholarships - You do not even have to register for this search.
High School Scholarship - This site has all sorts of scholarships and which years of high school you will need to apply for them.
College Guide - help with funding your college education
School Soup - scholarship directory
Paying for College - U. S. New & World Report - lost of info on best colleges, financing your education, etc.
Shop Sleuth - resources for scholarships.
OnlineU - Ranking & Ratings of Top Online Universities; check out scholarships available also;
Federal Student Aid - helps for all federal aid for college loans and grants.
Military programs can provide financial assistance and additional training.
Apprenticeships and on-the-job training are other ways to continue your education.
SOME KEY SCHOLARSHIPS: This is not an exhaustive list. You will need to check with your principal or guidance counselor for some of these require that you must be nominated by faculty. Show your interest ... don't give up! ALSO - check with your employer or your parents' employer to see if they offer scholarships, such as Burger King, McDonalds, Walmart.
Elks Foundation MVS (Most Valuable Student) Award
Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarship
The Lowe's Scholarship
AXA Equitable Scholarship
BBB - Better Business Bureau Edward A. Schmidt Student of Integrity Awards. (Check with your counselors) MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF SCHOLARSHIP COMING SOON!
If you are a runner.....
|For more information, games, education in Financial Literacy for Youth and Young Adults. Add It Up|
Dave Ramsey Financial Literacy Resources for high school age and other ages
Finance Education - http://www.daveramsey.com/tools/college-guide/
Other Resources for Kids to learn about money:
| YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP|
Want to start your own business or venture?
PERSONAL & FAMILY HELP
|PERSONAL & FAMILY HELP: For more information if you have any questions regarding any type of extra personal or family help you might receive from the U. S. Government or New York State.|
|TEEN PREGNANCY & TEEN MOMS HELP|
|For more information and/or help for teen pregnancy|
TeenBreaks.com talks about teen pregnancy and a lot of other peer issues.
Teens for Life is a pro-life help site by Teens - for Teens - that answers the questions you might be asking.
Teen MOPS is a terrific faith-based, non-judgmental group for teen moms. MOPS stands for "Mothers Of Pre-Schoolers" and is a great place to find help as a teen mom.