Community organizations, workplaces, faith institutions, and even local business may provide scholarships. In addition to using the links below and researching opportunities at the library, ask around the neighborhood.
- AES Engineering Solutions
- Abbott and Fenner Business Consultants
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
- National Federation of the Blind (NFB)
Many free scholarship search tools on the web provide information on scholarships available nationwide.
- College Board's Scholarship Search
- College Connection
- College Scholarships.org
- College Toolkit
- College View
- The Gates Millennium Scholars
- Scholarship Search by Sallie Mae
- Unigo Scholarship Match
Scholarship Scam Information
Unfortunately, there are some companies that offer scholarship search services without the best interests of students in mind. The Federal Trade Commission has prepared resources to protect consumers against scholarship scam services. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Federal Trade Commission
Information about scholarship scams and the six warning signs.
File a Complaint
Guidelines on how consumers can file a scholarship scam complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.