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Obama’s ‘Moms Return to School’ Government Grant Scholarship




Are you aware that the Obama administration is committed to assisting single moms to return to school? So many moms are simply not aware that the Obama’s ‘Moms Return to School’ Government Grant Scholarship is available to them however you should find out all you can about this opportunity as there are many benefits for you!

Even though the economy is not so great at the moment, it is looking up and the worst is behind us. It is a great time for moms to consider college or university study. you will be in great demand as you’ll have the skills and qualifications needed for a capable workforce: something that employers will be looking for.

You will be in the best possible position to get the job that YOU have always wanted! And the best part is that scholarships don’t have to be paid back, unlike student loans.

Here are some facts about the Obama mom scholarship and grants:

Federal Pell Grant

Obama has raised the amount of the Federal Pell Grant up to $5100 instead of $4050. He may even raise it more soon. So if you are a single mom, working mom or stay at home mom then this is simply one of the best ways to have your college education paid for.

How to Apply

You can apply for the scholarship by selecting a college or university which is holding the course or program that you wish to study. You simply then fill out the deferral FAFSA form and submit it.

Studying Moms get Tax Benefits

If you are a mother who is studying at college or university then you can take advantage of the excellent American Opportunity Tax Credit program which lets you get your first $4000 of higher education absolutely free. This coupled with your scholarship means that you really aren’t spending any money at all!

Online Study and Scholarships

You can apply for Obama’s ‘Moms Return to School’ Government Grant Scholarship program if you wish to study via online education. This is often the best choice for moms who can’t or don’t want to leave the family at home in order to go and study at a campus.

So give it a go and see if you qualify for Obama’s moms scholarships and grants.

At the same time, you can apply for other mom scholarships as these are perfectly suited for your situation as a busy mom who needs financial assistance for study. All I can say is – go for it!

  1. Phil
    February 22nd, 2016 at 16:13 | #1

    My wife already has a 4 year degree earned with a full ride academic scholarship and would like to go back to school since she is not have much success returning to the workforce. Who would have thought that a person is of no use to the working world just because they spent a few years home raising their kids. It’s just not right. Our family is still trying to recover from the great recession and any help financially for her schooling would be appreciated.

  2. February 22nd, 2016 at 23:27 | #2

    Hi my name is Ursula Coleman and I’m a 47 year old grandmother who’s raising my 8 year old grandson who i’ve adopted.I haven’t worked since i got hurt on my job 16 years ago. I would like to go back to school for baking so that i can. Open my own bakery. I’ve been baking all my life and would love to go back to school to learn how to own my own business.

  3. February 22nd, 2016 at 23:35 | #3

    Can you tell me where i can apply for the Obama’s Mom’s Return To School Program. Thank You Very Much.

  4. Angelica Martinez
    March 6th, 2016 at 06:07 | #4

    My name is Angelica Martinet I am a 47 years old mom.I really want to go to college. I got my GED last year. It was amazing when I got it. But besides of the money I am undocumented mom.

  5. Dorcas
    March 20th, 2016 at 23:36 | #5

    Hi my is Dorcas, single mother of two kids.I really wanted to go back to school to do my diploma in supply chain in business administration.

  6. Amber N Stewart
    April 27th, 2016 at 03:58 | #6

    Please send me information to study my degree program for Bachelors of Science

  7. Jasmine Finley
    April 28th, 2016 at 06:35 | #7

    Hi My name is Jasmine Finley, im interested on going back to school to further my education. Im in the medical field and im really enjoying it. I want to be able too stay in the medical field to become an Lvn. Im working 2 jobs and raising a 9yr old. I wish i can have the opportunity to reach my goal to be able to survive and raise my son and to become a good role model towards my him.

  8. joni
    April 29th, 2016 at 01:35 | #8

    I’m a victim of a violent crime and also a single mother of 4 I’m interested in going to Crane Operation School in my area and interested in Grants provided

  9. stella
    May 11th, 2016 at 10:02 | #9

    I am a single mother of a soon to be 10 year old little girl and the caregiver for my 91 year old grandmother. Our current circumstance makes it difficult for me to hold down a full time job. I want to give my daughter her best chance at life (like every parent). I do not receive any benefits from the state. we are always declined or our paperwork is lost etc. i would really love to continue my education so that I may provide the things my grandmother and child need to survive. I have applied for government assistance before and have been denied without reason. my income falls below poverty line. i am an able bodied individual that does not wish to be on government assistance but unfortunately am in need of it. This cannot be something new. There must be someone that has known this struggle. My hope is that that person reads this and can give some advice. some instruction. so that i may give the people that depend on me what they need. thank you for reading. be well. 

  10. Carolyn Mallory
    May 12th, 2016 at 00:25 | #10

    Hi my name is Carolyn, I am a pre kindergarten teacher, and I am interested interested in advancing in an early childhood course, I’ve had a desire for a while but the opportunity never presented itself.I would love to have a chance to start something new.

  11. Jessica Thurston
    May 18th, 2016 at 21:52 | #11

    I need to sign up for a grant to go back to nursing school..

  12. Briza lasa
    June 7th, 2016 at 16:48 | #12

    Im 14 I just finished my first year of high school and would like to know how I can get my mom to go back to high school to finish. I believe she didn’t get her freshman year finished before having to drop out .

  13. Marisa Edghill
    June 8th, 2016 at 20:30 | #13

    Hi I am a stay at home mom going back to school online classes. Where do I go to fill application.

  14. Anna
    June 15th, 2016 at 21:37 | #14

    I am trying to find a way to go back to school. I have to do this on my own. I am married, but i have no support from my husband. I have spent 27 years as a military wife, raising kids and volunteering. I just need to know how to get money for tuitio. And books. He didnt transfer his GI bill before he retired and there are no benefits for me as a military spiuse of a retired vet. Any suggestions? Thanks

  15. Paola
    June 17th, 2016 at 23:23 | #15

    I am a 38 year old single mother who had never graduated high school. I had my fist son as a teen and was forced to work to support my baby. Years later I had to maintain work and put my education on the back burner. I just recently finished a CNA course but still do not have my high school diploma. I was lucky enough to pass the test to be able to take the course. I am dyslexic and struggling financially supporting my three children now. I live in westchester New York and haven’t found a program that is free for me to earn my high school diploma while attend nursing school.
    If. You know where I can go for such a program please let me know.
    Thank you,
    Paola

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