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Download The Scholarship Book: The Complete Guide to Private-Sector Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, and Loans for the Undergraduate with CDROM epub

by Daniel J. Cassidy




The ultimate directory to thousands of scholarships for undergraduates has sold more than 1 million copies. No student or parent can afford to overlook these financial opportunities. To offset staggering education costs, nearly all students today need assistance. Over half of college financial aid comes from the private sector. From the world's largest private-sector financial aid database, Cassidy identifies: 4,000 private-sector scholarship sources 400,000 private-sector awards worth over 2 billion dollars Awards up to 40,000 per year Specific tuition savers and advice for how to apply

In competing for valuable college aid, this guide provides a distinct advantage over the others. Cassidy offers solid data on the benefits of private-sector scholarships from earning multiple scholarships to which scholarships are renewable year-to-year. Organized in an easy-to-find format, The Scholarship Book 2001 makes the overwhelming world of private-sector funding manageable and beneficial to all types of students, regardless of grades, financial status, or school attending.

Download The Scholarship Book: The Complete Guide to Private-Sector Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, and Loans for the Undergraduate with CDROM epub
ISBN: 073520196X
ISBN13: 978-0735201965
Category: Business
Subcategory: Personal Finance
Author: Daniel J. Cassidy
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall Press; Bk&CD Rom edition (July 1, 2000)
Pages: 592 pages
ePUB size: 1736 kb
FB2 size: 1105 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 373
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Daizil
This book as a lot of good qualities and some bad too. The bad one was that it does take awhile to go through all the scholarship programs. Plus a lof of them repeated themselves in each catorgory. So you waste your time as you are going through the numbes.
Good note is that this books as like 5,000 scholarship keeping in mind of the doubles/triples of a quite a few of the awards. Catagories are within from state, to nationality, to what you want to major in, race, sex etc! So it covers just about everything!!!
Granted nothing is totally free! You have to work a little to receive the money. Either sending a SASE with some basic info. about yourself. But even the FAFSA isn't totally easy on filling out all that paper work either! So if you receive that award then you know what I am talking about.
Kaim
I bought this to try to find something to help us send my son to Georgia Tech for Architecture. Out of all the sections I looked at, (which included Retired Navy, Resident of Georgia, Boy Scouts of America, Religious Affiliation and Architecture) I found ONE listing that even came close to what we're looking for. I would have been better to have been a gay, blind, black woman, from New York, looking for a career in journalism. I'd have found THOUSANDS of listings for this. I'm afraid I feel ripped off here, guys.