Posts Tagged ‘financial aid’

Grants for Individuals and the NASSP List of Approved Contests and Activities

March 27, 2014

Grants for Individuals page, updated and maintained by Jon Harrison, contains a breakdown of “funding opportunities for individuals, such as financial aid or scholarships for students.”

Funding is broken down by subject, by population group, and by academic level (precollege, undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctorate).

I found this website linked on a section of Jim Cooper’s website under Action Center, Student Resources.

Above, you will find information for more information about Student Aid for College Students, including information about legislative interns.

For more student resources aimed at high school or below, go directly to Jim Cooper’s page , go to the Action Center, and click on Student Resources.

For High School Students

The National Association of Secondary School Principals maintains this list of approved contests and activities for high school students. The list will provide you with a secret weapon as you apply for and try to find money to go to college. All high school students are prospective Tiger Scholars.

Feb 3, 2014 Presentation: Help Filling out the FAFSA 2014, D: Mar 1, 2014; Other Scholarship Information

February 4, 2014

Scholarship Strategies_3_FEB_2014

The handout above contains updated information on how to fill out the FAFSA for 2014-2015 (the deadline to receive awards if you are eligible is March 1, 2014),  help to fill out your taxes if you make less than $59,000, and scholarships in the thousands with deadlines in February, March, and April 2014.

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