Applications are now being accepted by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Disability Research Center for the 2014-2015 Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in Disability Policy Research. These fellowships are funded by the Social Security Administration-Disability Research Consortium and are open to doctoral students in Economics. Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Details 12 month stipend of $22,476 to cover the […]
Getting into graduate school is a challenge all by itself. However, a bigger hurdle that most students trying to enter graduate school face is to find the funding they need to complete their studies. Graduate studies involve not just tuition, books and other miscellaneous fees. If you are seriously planning to enter a graduate program, […]
Summer jobs for students are great ways to earn a little extra cash between semesters. While some are updated versions of jobs your parents may have worked, others are fairly modern. Here, we’ll take a look at 7 of the best ways to get paid this summer. Freelance Writing Freelance writing is some of the […]
Now, more than ever, achieving post secondary education has become difficult for many students due to the slow economy. The U.S. now stands 12th among nations with the most college degree holders, an ugly reality considering that our country used to have the most number of college graduates. This is because the cost of a […]
Each year the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation selects 1,000 talented individuals to receive the Bill Gates scholarship – a life-changing financial gift which supports college students until their graduation. Gates Scholars can use the funds received through the Gates Millennium Scholars Program at the college or university of their choice and the support of […]
The BASF/Alfred Chisholm Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 to honor the life of a former BASF employee, Alfred L. Chisholm, who served as a leader in his community, and who was instrumental in raising thousands of dollars to assist students pursuing a college degree. This HBCU scholarship is presented by the United Negro […]
College is a fantastic life experience, it’s great fun and it’s a great way to get a head start on your career so that you can land the best jobs and start earning a decent salary a little earlier than your peers. But all that comes at a cost – a very literal and expensive […]
There are a lot of scams that promise to get you the money you need for your college education, only and take money from you. Here are tips to avoid them.