These change all the time.
Be sure to search for new ones!
Grants for Teachers, Students,
Grants, like scholarships, do not need to be
repaid. You will need to write a proposal explaining
why you need the money, and details how you will use it and how you will monitor success.
US Dept of Ed
Apply for a
grant (NEH Gov Grants)
Government Grants (NIH)
Grants & Programs
from the Getty
Philanthropy in the US for Teachers
Holland's Opus (Instrumental Music grants)
Foundation (Music grants)
Tapestry Grants - for Science Teachers
Leadership Grants from Starbucks
- Grant Guidelines (non-profits & schools)
Scholarships, like grants, do not need to be
repaid. Scholarships can be based on academic performance, financial
need, religious affiliation, and/or minority status. When applying for
scholarships, think about what you have to offer that is unique - what
makes you different - and find a group that values that difference.
Read the requirements carefully. Do not waste your time applying for
scholarships for which you are not qualified.
for Hispanics (NEA)
for Native Americans
One more way to afford college without borrowing money
Many 2-and-4-year colleges have programs that
offer reduced or even free tuition to students who work for the
university. A simple thing like working 10 hours a week for the
college can get you reduced tuition. Check it out! Ask the university