Scholarships: Continuing Education


At Mi Escuelita we support our staff in their careers as teachers in the early childhood education field. Many of our teachers continue in school part time to further their education. We do our best to support our teachers in this endeavor. We have compiled a list of scholarships that we hope is useful, not just for our teachers, but also for the general public. Thank you!

 

Scholarships for Non-Traditional Students

Assistance Leauge –Triangle Area:
General scholarship for High School Seniors OR Single Mothers.

Crumley Roberts Next Step Scholarship
Awareded to community college students who will be transferring to an accredited four-year college or university.

Education Support Awards Scholarship
For low income women with children

Live your Dream Scholarship
For Single parents (male or female)

Association for American Indian Affairs
For “displaced homemaker” (Woman or Man that put education on hold to attend to family responsibilities)

Association for Non-Traditional Education Scholarships
Non-Traditional Students

Women’s Independence Scholarship Program
Preference to single mothers with children in financial need.

2014 Talbots Women’s Scholarship Program
Women who earned their high school diploma or GED at least 10 years ago.

Business and Professional Women of NC – 4 scholarships offered
Women who want to continue to pursue their professional career.

Linda Miller Scholarship for Women
Scholarship for Women only

 

Scholarships for Education Degrees and General

Early Childhood Associates Degree and Bachelor’s Degree Scholarships for NC

Scholarships for Latino Students

GlaxoSmithKline Opportunity Scholarship (for residents of Durham, Orange, Wake Counties)

Common Knowledge Scholarship:

POISE Foundation: Pre-K Education Scholarship

POISE Foundation: K-12 Scholarship

Community College Scholarship from SECU (State Employees Credit Union)

NC Education Lottery Scholarship

 

Scholarships For Low income

Beyond the Boroughs Scholarship: (must be low income) open to current college students and High School Seniors

Jeanette Rankin Scholarship
Low income women 35 and older

 

North Carolina Grants

NC Community College Grant Program:
Must first fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Consideration for this grant is automatice once you file the FAFSA

Check out all of NC Grant opportunities here at CFNC.ORG