Scholarships, Grants, Fellowships and Job Training from the Federal
more for college than you need to?
When it comes to federal financial aid, most of us are familiar with the widely known
Pell Grant program. However, there are hundreds of other college
money programs available from the U.S. federal government that the financial
aid offices don't always tell you about.
Every year our federal and state governments hand out over $342 billion (of tax-payer money) in the form of project grants, scholarships, loans, fellowships, internships, study and job training programs and even day care services for college students! … and yet 72% of the students that are eligible for these services don't even apply! Why? Because most don't even know they exist.
That's right! Whether you're a college student, an artist, musician, non-profit organization, an entrepreneur, physician, scientist, farmer, fisherman, or a U.S. Veteran, the United States Government has a grant, loan or assistance program for you!
Here's a small sample:
ARTS & HUMANITIES
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