Please visit for a list of outside scholarship resources and information on Prescott College institutional scholarships. In addition, we encourage students to research other outside sources of free funding. Unfortunately, there is no one magic application. You know the old saying, "Money doesn't grow on trees." Neither do scholarships. Finding scholarship money takes time and effort. However, we have a few suggestions to help you in your search along with a few websites to help you get started. First, check with your employer for tuition reimbursement benefits. If you are unemployed, visit your local unemployment office for referrals to area retraining programs in your area. Next, look for local, regional and national organizations in your education/career field. Also check with hometown community organizations, such as the Lions Club, Rotary Club or religious affiliations. Search the Internet; try some of the websites listed below. Lastly, visit the reference section of Prescott College library, your local library or nearest community college library. AGENCY American Indian Education Foundation Audubon Society-Look-up your local chapter Bureau of Land Management Center for Grants and Growth (helping students find grants) College ToolKit CollegeNET College Scholarships - 40 + links to scholarship searches Community Foundation of Southern Arizona Corporation for National & Community Service “Do Something” – Grants for special projects Elks National Foundation EnvironEducation – A Monster Company Environmental Grant funds for special projects Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund (9/11 dependents) Financial Aid and Scholarship Facts Free Search Go College Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) Internal Revenue Service (educational tax credits) Jewish Scholarships/Loan Resources Latin American Educational Foundation National Health Service Corps (Loan Repayment Program) National Merit Scholarship Corporation Scholarship America® Scholarship America® Dollars for Scholars Local Chapters State Education sites (find what YOUR individual state may offer) United Negro College Fund U.S. Department of Education USA Funds Windstar Foundation – An Environmental Company Wired Scholar or Federal Trade Commission Scholarship Scam info:
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