Women’s Independence Scholarship Program (WISP)

The Women’s Independence Scholarship Program, or WISP, provides scholarships to women who are victims of domestic violence or partner abuse. Women who wish to undertake studies in order to work towards providing independence for themselves and their children after leaving an abusive domestic situation are able to apply for the WISP scholarship The amount of…

Dollars For Scholars

Making dreams come true: Dollars For Scholars provides hope and opportunity for students throughout the country by raising funds and distributing scholarships to people who need them the most. 2019 scholarships through the program are currently being listed and opened for applications. Many of the DFS scholarships are highly suited to moms going back to…

Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Support Awards for Low Income Mothers

This foundation is giving out give Education Support Awards valued at up to $5000 in scholarships for each chosen person. Their overall goal is to help low income mothers to pursue their education with financial assistance. Winners will receive the funds in two payments; one per semester in an academic year. What can you receive…

Apply for a Scholarship Online

Apply for a Scholarship Online

Apply for a scholarship online is one of the easiest ways to get free funding for your education. Moms like you are struggling to make ends meet at the best of times, so when it comes to going to college or university it can certainly seem like an impossible task. But programs like government grants…

James L. and Nellie M. Westlake Scholarship – Missouri

The James L. and Nellie M. Westlake Scholarship Program is open to students in Missouri who want financial assistance in going to college. Only Missouri residents are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Applications close: February Application Area: Missouri Here are the facts and basic requirements for this scholarship program: Open to Missouri residents Available…

Military Spouses Scholarships

Scholarships for military spouses and family members give the partners and sometimes children of military personnel some financial assistance to assist them in going to college or completing other tertiary studies. Getting a higher education is costly! Some things you’ll need to budget for include – 1. Tuition fees (normally several thousand dollars) 2. Textbooks…