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8 months ago
Paying for College

Sites to check on Scholarships?

Hi!

Ive seen some but if you have any site that I can check or any organisation I can look up I'd appreciate.

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[🎤 AUTHOR]@Demilade.K8 months ago

Especially for international students because some of these sights are only for students in the US. I'm an African living in Africa and most of these websites don't offer scholarships for people that are not residents of US.

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8 months ago

Here are a few sites that I recommend:

- Fastweb

-Chegg

-Scholarship America

-Bold.org

- Scholly App

-College Greenlight

You can also be more creative in your scholarship search by keeping up with YouTubers who post about scholarships as sometimes they will share opportunities. For e.g: You can watch Gabriella Carter's videos as she recently shared some scholarship opportunities in a video.

You can also search Google for "Law Firm Scholarships". Plenty of law firms offer scholarships.

Additionally, you can keep up with blogs on reddit and college confidential. Many students post about scholarships on these websites.

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8 months ago

I recommend a site called Cappex, Its very similar to collegevine but it has a "find scholarships" section that has multiple pages of scholarships that you can filter by type, gender etc. it includes the effort that goes into applying for the scholarship, the competition and the sweet reward that goes with it, just click on the panel and it'll give you the criteria for the scholarship.

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8 months ago

Scholarship owl

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8 months ago

the only one I know of is bold.org

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8 months ago

Here's my favorite sites:

- Fastweb.com

- Scholarships.com

- Goingmerry.com

You can also google different types of scholarships. There are tons available for certain majors, disabilities, interests etc. For example, I have autism, so I just googled "autism scholarships". You could do the same with just about anything. There's lots of opportunities if you just dedicate some time to looking.

Good luck!

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