-  https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search

   Find scholarships, other financial aid and internships from more than 2,200 programs.

-  http://www.fastweb.com

   Create a profile and let fastweb do the search for you!


   In addition to scholarships, you now have access to colleges, internships, careers,

   and a whole lot more all with your same login.

-  http://supercollege.com/

   Search their database of scholarships, grants and contests.

-  https://discoverearlychildhoodedu.org/resources/scholarships/

Early Childhood Education Scholarships


   Careers in Political Science

   Political Science Degrees

   Graduate Level Political Science
-  https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/political-science/

   Political Science Resources

-  https://www.scholarships.com › financial-aid › latino-scholarships

   We acknowledge and help find awards to honor the accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino students in the United States.

   September 15 to October 15 is ...‎Meta Foundation Scholarships 

-  https://scholarships.uncf.org

   Provides scholarships, programs, internships and fellowships for African American students.

-  www.iefa.org

   IEFA is the premier resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US

   and International students wishing to study abroad.


Students studying business, marketing and communication fields.

Scholarship Scam Alert 

There are many businesses who would like to sell you the opportunity for them to search for scholarships for you. 

They will promise to locate several sources of scholarships which you qualify for.  Be aware! 

Below are scholarship scam warning signs:

  • The fee.  The best rule of thumb:  financial aid should never cost you.  Never invest anything beyond the cost of a postage stamp in search for scholarships.
  • The "money-back guarantee" - especially if the company tries to 'guarantee' that you will win an award.
  • Credit card verification - if they ask for a checking account or credit card information for 'verification' or to 'confirm eligibility', stop listening.  Scammers use this ploy to get your financial information and then drain your account or run up charges on your credit card.