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Last Updated 6/27/2020

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COVID-19 - Support & Information

Education & Financial Aid

  • Financial Aid
    • Kelly has submitted Cash For Cars and College Scholarship for Winter 2020! which offers a $1,000 scholarship for college age females who are interested in careers in automotive technology (mechanics, auto body, engineers, etc).

    • Connor Dedi submitted Configure One Scholarship available for students in the process of pursuing a college degree in the areas of mathematics, engineering, or science. The awarded student will receive $1,000 to be used towards expenses for his or her degree.

    • Christina Grossi submitted 2021 Lighthouse Autism Center Scholarship. Lighthouse Autism Center seeks to not only assist children with autism, but all families in the communities where we operate.We seek to continue that work by offering the Lighthouse Autism Center Scholarship for Autism Awareness, a $1,000 scholarship to be used for textbooks and living expenses.

    • Christina Grossi submitted 2020 Parentgiving Gerontology Major Scholarship to support students pursuing degrees in Gerontology (and related fields) who demonstrate drive and innovation in delivering better outcomes for the elderly and their families. The awarded student will receive $1000 to be used toward his or her degree.

    • Grant Kamperschroer submitted the following:
      • Downtown Apartment Company's 2020 Scholarship Program - a scholarship program for students pursuing a career in Real Estate. The awarded student will receive $500 to be used towards his or her degree.
      • 2020 IMPREX SCHOLARSHIP - a scholarship program for students in the process of pursuing a college degree. Three scholarships will be awarded. The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship, and two runners-up will each receive a $250 scholarship.

    • Scarlett Hobler submitted SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MEDICAL & HEALTH STUDENTS which provides information about various scholarships available to those pursuing a degree in medicine.

    • Molded Dimensions submitted 2020 Molded Dimensions, LLC Scholarship which they are offering to students in the process of pursuing a college degree in STEM. The awarded student will receive $500 to be used towards expenses for his or her degree.

    • Connor Dedi submitted Charles "Chub" Wagner Memorial Scholarship, a college scholarship for aspiring college students or current college students in the field of engineering.

    • Joanne Davis submitted Financial Aid for Online Colleges which is a list of scholarships and financial aid opportunities for online college students.

    • Christina Grossi submitted 2020 SAMI-AID SCHOLARSHIP a scholarship program for students in the process of pursuing a college degree. The awarded student will receive $1,000 to be used towards expenses for his or her degree.

    • Mykael Ray submitted Scholarship Essay Contest offered by Justice Pays which is offering a $1,000 scholarship to the winner of their Scholarship Essay Contest and hoping to do their part in supporting the next generation of students.

    • Grant Kamperschroer has submitted 2020 CIMON INC. SCHOLARSHIP. At CIMON Inc, they are proud to offer a scholarship program for students in the process of pursuing a STEM-related college degree. The awarded student will receive $1,000! Visit their website for details.

    • Jordan James submitted BodyLogicMD Scholarship Program which offers $5,000 scholarships twice a year to aspiring medical professionals to help them in their quest to help people overcome their medical issues. Follow their link for full details.

    • Ben Williamsen submitted Ultimate Guide for Helping College Students Overcome Student Debt. The University of North Dakota recently published a guide to managing Student Loan Debt. It s about more than just managing debt, these simple guidelines can be implemented by anyone to improve not only their financial health, but also their overall well being.

    • Grant Kamperschroer submitted Breast Cancer Car Donations Annual College Scholarship. Breast Cancer Car Donations will award the selected student applicant $1,000 to be used toward his or her degree. In addition, Breast Cancer Car Donations will award a $250 textbook scholarship to the two runners-up. Visit their website for full details.

    • Nicole Cowart submitted The Best Scholarships For Students With Disabilities which provides a list of financial aid and scholarships for students with special needs.

    • Dalton West has submitted 2020 Capital Auto Auction Annual Scholarship, an annual scholarship that provides $1000 to students pursuing STEM degrees, and $250 to two runner-ups.

    • Joanne Davis has submitted College Scholarships for LGBTQ Students, a list of scholarships for LGBTQ students in hopes they find something for themselves.
    • Jenny Winstead has submitted LA Tutors Innovation In Education Scholarship application portal for monthly $500 scholarships offered to students who display creative ways to help those around them.

    • Brigid has submitted The Complete Guide to Scholarships for Students with Disabilities. The guide covers both general and disability-specific scholarships, and includes tips on applying for those and additional sources of financial aid.

    • Brittany Danielle has submitted Scholarship from American Academy of CPR & First Aid, Inc. ®. This $1500 scholarship opportunity is available twice per year for students who are entering any medical related programs.

    • Mark Neuzil has submitted Pro Stock Hockey Scholarship for review and consideration. Pro Stock Hockey is not only a strong supporter of organized hockey, but of education as well and is proud to be able to help students who are pursuing degrees in higher education.

    • Kevin Brown has a client, Mrs Prindables, that has created a $1,000 scholarship for students majoring in education. Applications are open through August 22, 2019. Details can be found at Future Educator Scholarship.

    • Kevin Heilman has submitted Online Students' Guide To Understanding Financial Aid to help in understanding the complexities of financial aid for college.

    • Mark Neuzil has a client offering a $1,000 scholarship to any STEM student for use in 2020. The application deadline is December 31, 2019. Full details and an application can be found here - RevPart - Scholarship

    • Susan Chan announces a $1,000 scholarship available to college students of all majors. The deadline for submissions is December 31, 2019. Full details and an application can be found at: Flower Delivery Reviews- Scholarship

    • Hannah Stephens offers these sources of information dealing with finding financial aid for college:

    • Jerry Zhenig hopes those needing to plan for paying for a college education find this Student Budget Template and Guide helping in their planning.

    • Ann Summers has sent in info for a possible $500 scholarship offered by Resume Writing Lab designed to get students of the US thinking about their future career opportunities and resume specifically. To apply a student has to write an article on the topic "Resume With No Experience: Enter Workforce With Confidence" and place it on his/her blog with a tag 'Scholarship from Resume Writing Lab'. The resource can be found at https://resumewritinglab.com/scholarship.html

    • Lily Scott has sent this link which she says reveals important realities about the repayment of student loans and can help students make the informed decisions for their future - Student Debt Snapshot

    • David Rathmanner has sent in lendedu for a guide to private student loan lenders for those in need of helping finance their college education.

    • Mitch Harris submitted Student Loan Calculator as an aid in calculating the cost of student loans.

    • Here are two more resource links from Elisabeth Hattemer that may help you and your child in securing a sound financial future:

    • MoneyGeek.com provides information and resources for finding college financial aid including FAFSA, scholarships and more

    • Fire and Forestry Scholarships and Financial Aid Guidebook offers resources for those interested in pursuing an education and career in fire and forestry science. Some of the highlights from this guide include:
      • Fire science scholarships
      • Where to find grants and loans
      • Benefits of pursuing degrees in fire science

  • General Information
    • Paul Phifer submitted the following Mental Health resources that help students make informed choices about higher education and paying for school:

    • Ryan Martens submitted "Find your social work degree", a site that is continually updated with social work degree, career, and resource information.

    • Kathy Morris submitted STUDENT LOAN CALCULATOR: WILL YOUR COLLEGE AND MAJOR PAY OFF?, a college loan calculator that uses actual data from colleges and majors to help borrowers make informed decisions.

    • Teresa Draeger submitted Free CNA Training and Guaranteed Employment offered By Premier Nursing Academy which trains candidates for entry-level healthcare jobs and offers dozens of education and career resources to support current and prospective nursing students.

    • Barry Franklin has submitted Online Master's in Healthcare Administration Programs. He states that earning an online master of healthcare administration (MHA), healthcare MBA, or MS in health sciences is a great way for those interested in healthcare leadership and systemic change to hone their potential and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to help advance the rapidly growing field of healthcare, and in so doing advance professionally.

    • Laura McPherson has submitted COUNSELING DEGREE GUIDE FOR 2019 which provides free tools for learners to develop their careers in counseling, including career outlooks, state-by-state guides to licensure, and expert advice. We also provide resources for licensed counselors such as our jobs board, which displays new openings every day.

    • Tyson Stevens has submitted EduRef.net which offers a varied collection of resources to those interested or involved in education.

    • Brooke Edwards has submitted the following to assist those interested in a career in substance abuse counseling:

    • Kylie Smith offers Top Online MSW Programs guide to help students find and research top online Master of Social Work programs and also learn about careers related to that field in addition to other helpful information.

    • Jacob Emmy offers Rider University's guide, Business Programs and Resources for Entrepreneurs or Graduates with a Disability, which provides information on brainstorm business ideas, finding online tools, services, and resources to help run a business as well as alternative education options, and sources for well loans and financial aid for traditional college and finding business grants.

    • Abigail Davis has submitted the following as resources for those interested in earning and using a degree in school psychology:

    • Laura of Study.com offers business resources their comprehensive source provides valuable business education, career, and school information to education and career seekers. Access to the resource is completely free.

    • Barry Franklin submitted Counseling FAQ's for information for prospective students interested in Online Education and Distance Learning.

    • Ashley Clark has submitted Online Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a source of information for those interested in continuing their education in applied behavior analysis.

    • Abigail Wallace of Conselor-License.com has submitted links to the following guides for those interested in being trained as and working as a counselor:

    • Megan Hansen recommends Taking a Gap Year Before Graduate School, a guide geared towards helping students understand the benefits of taking a gap year before enrolling in graduate school. The guide starts off by describing what exactly a gap year entails, goes on to explain 6 programs for students to consider while taking a year away from school, offers a Q&A with experts in the field and includes additional resources to explore.

    • Jerry hopes you find these resources helpful in planning your education:

    • Jamie Smith has submitted the Careers That Champion Children & Families guide that looks in detail at nine jobs from a wide range of spheres that can have a profoundly positive effect on children and families. The info includes an overview of each role, the educational requirements, average salary, and job growth statistics. The guide also lists various scholarships and other top resources for these students to check out.

    • Barry Franklin has submitted OnlineEducation.com and their guide to careers in Analytics, Data Science and Business Intelligence and the many opportunities offered by this expanding field.

    • Shannon Williams has submitted Online MBA Review as your home if you are a business leader looking to grow in your expertise and responsibility or if you are a student looking to advance your opportunities prior to entering the workforce.

    • The transition to college offers many challenges. Alice Davies feels this guide from Maryville University provides information about the most common mental health concerns for young adults transitioning to college. Their goal is to guide students coping with these issues towards the information and support they need to help manage their mental health.

    • Garrett Perry and Theresa Frost offer Computer Science Master Degrees for its extensive and up to date information about the careers and salaries available for those with cybersecurity, computer science, and computer engineering degrees. Along with that information, there is an article that goes in-depth into the top certifications for developers so readers can prepare to join the workforce

    • Syrenna Kononovich offers Online Counseling Programs which was created to provide accredited online counseling degree program resources where individuals can explore the world of online learning and the mental health field along other information.

    • Chris Lenihan of Discover Data Science (DDS) offers Guide to Choosing an MBA with a Data Driven Specialization as an aide to help in considering a career path in this expanding field.

    • Tyson Stevens sent along this link to a site from EDsmart that provides a very comprehensive information about Accredited online medical assistant programs career guide and college rankings - Accredited Online Medical Assistant Programs Guide

    • Krya Sutherland offers this link to Best Value Schools which provides information and links to additional information related to finding the right school, financial aid and more.

    • Celina Chapman provided this link Discover Business Degree and College Resources that features an updated listing of business schools across the country as well other guides and resources that would be useful to a prospective business school student.

    • Morgan Casey of BestColleges.com has sent a link to their current publication ranking the Best Online Master's in Reading & Literacy Programs for your review and consideration.

    • Social Work Degrees - Jessica Klein offers this site which provides in-depth information on more than 800 social work programs at the graduate and undergraduate level throughout the US.

    • Austin Anderson of aRealOnlineDegree has provided this link to their resource for students with disabilities which offers a broad range of information - http://arealonlinedegree.com/college-resources/resources-students-disabilities/

  • School Finder
    • Teresa Mullins submitted Learning Online: A How-To Guide for Nursing Students, an in-depth guide on what to expect from an online learning environment, advantages of online or remote classes, and important tips to help students succeed.

    • Kelsey Smith submitted Choose the Best Online Data Science Masters for You provided by Masters in Data Science (MIDS), which she says is the leader in free information for students wishing to enter the field of data science and receives over 100K visitors every month and have been referenced by dozens of universities, government websites, and data organizations.

    • Destinie Wa submitted Choosing the Best Online Master's in Social Work Program for You, an online MSW programs guide curated to help students discover and research the best online master of social work programs for them.

    • Cheri Shallenberger submitted Data Science Programs Guide which aggregates a number of program areas: Data Analytics, Mining, Data Science, Statistics, Business Analytics and Intelligence, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and from over 500 universities with a data science degree at all levels and over 830 different data science programs.

    • Carol Stockwell offers College Factual a free website that helps students find the best-fit college and major for nursing schools.

    • Matt Bromley offers CNAOnlinePrograms.net as a current, comprehensive resource for those interested in becoming Certified Nursing Assistants. Features details on certification requirements and contact info for accredited classes.

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