My name is Lauren and I am a GrantWatch employee and a full-time college student. I understand the struggle of juggling class assignments, extra-curricular activities and a social life while managing college expenses. It’s a wonder how I have time to breathe!
Most students have a tough time paying for their costs, such as tuition and textbooks. I am going to let you in on a time-saving secret to get the funding you need for school: GrantWatch.
GrantWatch is an ever-expanding database of grants and other funding opportunities. We remove the hundreds of Google-search pages from your scholarship research. We do all the immediate work for you: while you’re gulping down caffeine and scribbling class notes, we’re researching new, reliable grants.
We feature extensive categories, such as students (where you will find grant listings pertaining to funding a college student may need). We like to make things easy for our time-oriented subscribers. All our categories are conveniently located on the right side of every grant page, saving you what? Time.
You can find funding for your dissertation, a study-abroad program, a school project, a trip to a foreign country and so much more. The opportunities are endless!
Once you find a grant that sparks your interest, review the eligibility requirements to ensure you are qualified for the grant. After you identify the perfect grant, start writing your application using the convenient link in the grant details.
During your class breaks, you can even contact the funding source with the accompanying contact information. The grantor can answer all your questions regarding the grant itself. For everything else, you can call me at (561) 249-4129.
For students, saved time is money. You’re already stressed about next week’s exam, no need to stress about next semester’s books. Let GrantWatch save you time and help you obtain the funding you need for the education you’re trying to earn.
Annual scholarships of $1,500 to USA college and university students who are enrolled in a minimum of six hours of undergraduate school classes, or at least three hours of graduate school classes at an accredited college or university.
Deadline: Ongoing – Applicants must submit their applications by 5:00 PM EST on December 10th each year.
Scholarships for Arkansas Jewish young adults to participate in an Israel-based study and/or travel program. Applicants will be asked to describe how they will benefit from the program and what their experience will enable them to bring back to the Arkansas Jewish community.
Scholarships to New Mexico students majoring in education to design and develop a math or science resource unit plan that is relevant to NASA’s mission.
Fellowships to Israel students who plan to begin a master’s degree at a USA university during the upcoming academic year. The purpose of this program is to promote cultural understanding between Israel and the USA.
Deadline: 03/01/18 11:59 PM
About the Author: Lauren Thomas is a customer-service specialist and contributor for GrantWatch.