Culinary Scholarship & Grants for Minority Women: Culinary Financial Aid Resources

A high quality Culinary Arts education will pave the way to a successful and rewarding career in this industry. Unfortunately, the cost can sometimes get in the way for aspiring culinary arts students. Student loans are an option, but a scholarship or grant is a fantastic way to fund a degree in Culinary Arts, without […]

Summer jobs for students

Need a job this summer? The Ontario government – and its partners – offers many programs to help students find summer jobs. You need to apply for most programs. In some cases, the government can connect you to people who can help you with your job search. The deadlines and what you need to apply […]

Types of Women Grants

Since first achieving the vote in 1929 Canadian women have come a long way in their fight for equality. But unfortunately over 80 years later many Canadian women still have lower paying jobs than their male counter parts who are in the same position. To help even out the playing field the Canadian government, alongside […]

OSAP: Ontario Student Assistance Program

The amount of money you get may vary, depending on your unique situation and financial resources. Some students may be eligible for additional support. We’ve included the average costs for tuition, fees (such as student union fees) and supplies (such as textbooks). These costs may vary by school and by program. If you’re interested in […]

Life Post-Shark Tank At Scholarship App Startup Scholly

When we last encountered Christopher Gray, he had recently launched Scholly, which has an app that streamlines the process of searching for college scholarships. Gray had previously won $1.3 million in school aid from a variety of groups. Now the Philadelphia, Pa-based social enterprise has helped students raise at least $9 million, Gray and his […]

Scholarships: Who Gets Them And Why?

MICHEL MARTIN, host: We wanted to dig further into Colby Bohannan’s perception that whites, particularly white men, are somehow at a disadvantage when it comes to getting college scholarships. So we’ve called one of the country’s leading experts on college financing, Mark Kantrowitz. He’s the publisher of fastweb.com, a free scholarship-matching service, and finaid.org. He’s […]

Graduating to a Pay Gap: The Earnings of Women and Men One Year after College Graduation

Graduating to a Pay Gap: The Earnings of Women and Men One Year after College Graduation explores the earnings difference between male and female college graduates working full time, one year after graduation using the latest nationally representative data available. The report compares “apples” to “apples” by looking at the pay gap after controlling for […]

Southeast Missouri State University

Bahn, E. Lawrence Memorial Fund This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. E. Lawrence Bahn. Dr. Bahn was a longtime professor of chemistry at Southeast Missouri State University. He was also the first director of the Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair through which he provided many years of dedicated service. The Bahn Scholarship will […]

Indiana Grants & Scholarships for Indiana Residents & Students

Earning a college degree takes time, hard work, persistence, and money. If you live in the state of Indiana, there are several sources available to help you cover the cost of your higher education. There are federal grants, Indiana state scholarships and grants, need-based programs, programs for scholars, athletic scholarships, music scholarships and low-cost student […]