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Are there scholarships I can sign up for as a sophomore in high school.

I am 15 and I would like to apply for all available scholarships.

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Martina’s Answer

Hi Jacinta, please go to the Fastweb website which is a search engine that will allow to see a list of scholarships to apply for. Also, contact the school you are interest in attending and ask them for any resources for outside scholarships.

I hope this helps!

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Ryan’s Answer

Hi Jacinta,

There are a few routes you can take. One, you can talk to your administrators at school and they might have some helpful resources. You can do a Google search to find some help too. Lastly, this resource can be very helpful:https://www.careeronestop.org/toolkit/training/find-scholarships.aspx

Hope this helps!

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Zachary’s Answer

Yes there are, but I would keep in mind that many scholarships are given on a yearly basis and some collectives I.e field related scholarships are funded as a result of grants that are dispersed on the yearly basis. One thing that I found going into school is that scholarships and Grants are both key words to look for because you don't have to pay them back. Also I don't know where you are locally but places like Dunkin Donuts provides scholarships as well as I was able to secure one that was funded by a family through my local church so don't count those out either. Talk to people family friends relatives. School is not cheap and I have found that asking for funds is hard but asking others if they know or have heard of ways to secure said funding can reap fruit you didn't even know was ripe for the picking.

Zachary recommends the following next steps:

What area of Study are you leaning towards? What type of school are you looking to attend?
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Elizabeth’s Answer

Yes! Actually you have great timing but it IS work to find scholarships. You may be able to taylor your studies and extracurricular activities at this point as well. Here's a website that helps you search for scholarships.

Another method would be to more specifically search.

I see you would like to be a therapist or athletic trainer. I eould search scholarships for these fields. If you are involved in a sport for example biking, there is typically an association for every sport that helps promote the sport and irganize events. Getting in touch with the associations for all the dports you participate in may be helpful in finding opportunities.

If you are artistic search art scholarships or if you are in a single parent home search scholarships for daughters of single dad....etc

Scholarships can be incredibly specific.
There are athletic scholarships for playing a variety of sports even if you did not particularly Excell in any are. Various churches have scholarships.
https://scholarshipowl.com/

http://www.scholarships.com/

https://www.collegerank.net/

Also look a schools thT give scholarships here.
what-colleges-give-full-ride-scholarships/

Also you can get as many as you can. Some may be small but add up.
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