Where to Look for Financial Aid

College or University - Many students receive scholarships from the college or university from which they have been accepted. Scholarships may be based on merit, special talents, or financial need. Remember that colleges or universities are not going to award scholarships to students who have not applied and been accepted. Therefore, it is important to apply early.

Philanthropic Organizations - Many of these scholarships are available through the guidance office. Again, have your parents check with any social organizations to which they are members.

Church - Several churches offer scholarships to members of their congregation.

Internet - There are many scholarship search engines on the Internet to help students locate scholarships. When searching the Internet, be careful that you do not fall victim to a scholarship scam. Ask your guidance counselor when in doubt.

Guidance Office - Most scholarships are found in the guidance office. Each high school in the EVSC publishes a scholarship bulletin or report each month. It is the student's responsibility to pick up and complete the necessary scholarship applications. More importantly, be certain to meet the deadlines set by the guidance office.

Parents' Place of Employment - Employers often offer scholarships to sons and daughters of employees. Have your parents check with the Human Resource Manager for any scholarship opportunities.
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