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    Where To Find Scholarships

    Scholarships aren’t hiding from you. The trick is figuring out where to look. By asking around (or even Googling!), you can simplify your search.
    By Diane Melville - Updated: November 14, 2014

    Where To Find Scholarships

    Where To Find Scholarships

    Scholarships are everywhere. The trick is knowing where to look.

    Scholarship Search Engines

    1. REGISTER FOR A SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH ENGINE

    Scholarship Expertswww.scholarshipexperts.com
    Scholarships.comwww.scholarships.com
    The College Boardhttps://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search

    2. SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES USUALLY ASK FOR YOUR:

    • Name
    • Gender
    • Current school and major
    • Career interests

    Fill out one of those registration forms...

    3. Booyah! Scholarships

    Financial Aid Office

    Ask your college financial aid counselor for information on "outside" scholarship opportunities

    Work

    Ask your current employer if they offer scholarships for students. Ask your parent's employer if they offer scholarships for children of employees.

    EXAMPLES:

    Walmart

    McDonald's

    Starbucks

    Chase Bank

    12% of scholarship providers are employers
    Source: Institute for Higher Education Policy, private scholarships count 2005

    Google

    Research scholarship foundations in your state to see if they are offering scholarships that you are eligible for.

    Sororities And Fraternities

    Almost every major sorority and fraternity has a dedicated scholarship award for their members. Some even give away awards to non-members like the Alpha Kappa Alpha scholarship/

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908. It is the oldest Greek-lettered organization established by African-American college-educated women.

    Alpha Kappa Alpha is comprised of a nucleus of 260,000 members in graduate and undergraduate chapters in the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Caribbean, Canada, Japan, Germany, Korea and on the continent of Africa.

    Scholarships aren’t hiding from you. The trick is figuring out where to look. By asking around (or even Googling!), you can simplify your search.
    Por Diane Melville - Actualizado: 14 noviembre 2014
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