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This is the second in a three-part series sponsored by The American Women’s College of Bay Path University Each year millions of adults over the age of 24 make the decision to return to college, yet the path to a college education for adult learners is not an easy one. For military spouses, […]
The Pat Tillman Foundation has begun accepting applications for the 2018 Tillman Military Scholarship program. The scholarship assists with academic expenses, and can be used for tuition and fees, living expenses, and books. Tillman Scholars can expect an average award of $10,000. The foundation began accepting applications on February 1, and will continue to accept […]
Fieldbloom, a company that specializes in online surveys, forms, and quizzes, wants to make starting a small business more accessible for a dedicated college student. Offering a $1,500 one-time grant to a student studying a field related to entrepreneurship, the Fieldbloom Scholarship is open to applicants worldwide until December 31, 2018. To apply, students will […]
This is the first in a three-part series sponsored by The American Women’s College of Bay Path University. Trying to start or finish your college education as a milspouse can be challenging to say the least. There never seems to be enough time between duty stations to finish your degree at any one college or […]