Good for you for trying to get a good education. You won't be sorry! You sound like a mature young woman looking after a child and trying to get your education. You didn't say why you have to move out of your mother's home and if it's because you disagreed on certain things and don't always get along, try sitting down with your mother and ironing things out. Being home is the easiest for a young person with a small child. If this isn't possible you can get assistance through Child Welfare (that's what we call it in Canada.) Hopefully someone will come up behind me and give you familiar names in the U.S. that will help you relocate and help pay for babysitting services. I have to warn you that you shouldn't feel stressed about just choosing anyone to look after your child and you have a right to interview them and ask for their references. It's a MUST that your child is looked after properly by people that are licensed to do so and even then don't be afraid to check up on them. Good luck! Like the person above me..good for you to recognize that while you need things fast, the most major thing you need is to make a better future possible, however long it seems that takes. (I bet you'll find just like the years you've been with your child, it goes by in a wink of an eye). I also hope others will add some guidance on what you can do. The very first thing I thought of, is go to the colleges you think you can attend and speak with them. Explain your situation to everyone you can - generally someone in what's called the Bursers office and the Admissions office and Student Services - all of them if you must. Hopefully, one of them may see a way to at least help you with part of the process...like getting you student housing, or even an assistant in an office or class position where you can get housing and/or free tuition. There are loans and grants available...there are probably scholorships sponsored by concerned companys and people for someone in your situation. Reach out trying to do the sometimes hard thing and you may find people will help you. Remember, when they do, it may not be just their job - say "Thank you". ==
Answer == If you enjoy children, have you considered being a live in nanny or housekeeper? This can be a great way to transition into supporting yourself and provide a way for you to make money while not having to place your own child in day care. Usually rent and bills are paid for and a salary is also granted so that you can pay for personal items. I did this for a while in college, working my classes around the families schedule. Often you can go through a local agency in your area to secure these jobs. They will do a background check and place you with a family compatible to your needs and theirs.
No, financial aid is a college by college thing. You will have to reapply at each college, and not guaranteed any financial aid.
Financial aid for Hampshire College can be obtained directly from the college or through a state financial aid program. The college can assist students with applying for financial aid and answer questions about how to apply and what to expect.
A college financial aid calculator can be found in the college financial aid office. The student who needs financial aid should visit the college financial aid office to inquire about the availability of a financial aid calculator. Most likely, the financial aid officer will advise the student that the financial aid calculator is subjective to other financial measures that inserting income, for an example.
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A financial manager college, mabye...
The college financial guide discusses financial planning for college, including estimating college costs, evaluating savings programs and analyzing sources for financial aid. You can visit their website at http://www.collegefinancingguide.com/
I'm assuming you are in college. The answer is yes. Simply visit your college financial aid department for informantion.
By most accounts (and contrary to various unproven internet myths), he got his money for college from loans, grants, scholarships, and financial help from his grandparents (who raised him for much of his life). He has said that he finally finished repaying the last of his college loans about eight years ago, in fact.
You can get a College America 529 form at Integral Financial or at the College America website. You can also get it from the Putnam 529 website or at Blunck Financial.
With financial aid
There are many options for financial aid programs available for college. You can go to the school's website with the financial aid section or go to the student aid department.
Most colleges will offer college tuition savings through their financial aid offices. You can access these financial aid benefits from the college's official website.
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Go to your college and ask whoever is in charge of financial assistance there
Yes, Morehouse College offers financial aid and scholarships. See the Related Links for more information.
No you can not get info college with that kind of record
The most appropriate person or place to talk to about financial planning in college would be the college themselves. They can give you information on how to spend your money and what to spend it on so that you can plan for your college career.
The federal financial aid is open to everyone that has a social security number and is a legal resident. Most financial aid is used for college students that need help paying for college.
Yes. Medtech College offers financial aid services and shares some great scholarship opportunities on its website. You can read about the financial services and request more information online.
You can apply for financial aid when in college through your college's financial aid office. Many colleges accept FAFSAs that you can make use of and they will also offer options and scholarships for you to take advantage of.
If they took it to pay for your college courses, that is acceptable use. But if they took the money for their own use, you can report it to the college financial aid office, to the police, and to the financial aid government office.
it was a 1.1 when he finished college and then he was fish