Education

Young Mother Benefits from Education Grant

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March 13, 2014
Young Mother Benefits from Education Grant

In 2009,  Brittney Ferara achieved one of her life goals.  As the recipient of a scholarship from the Patsy Takemoto Mink Fellowship,  she moved out of the shelter where she had been living, and paid the deposit and first month’s rent on an apartment of her own.  This gave her a place for quiet study,...
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Grants for 2012

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January 5, 2012
Grants for 2012

It’s a New Year, and a good time to go out on a limb with some cosmic observations about grants for 2012. Even if you haven’t been affected personally, as so many people have, you know the economy has been in trouble the last three years.  Interest rates have been down, and in the...
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Skill Sets for Life

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May 24, 2011
Skill Sets for Life

Last week our son, Matt, graduated from college.  He has worked hard these past few years, learning the skills he will need to make the kind of life he wants to live.  On Graduation Day his whole family gathered to support him and let him know how proud of him we are.  And of...
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10 Things You Could Do with a Grant

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May 13, 2010

You know grants are out there.  Maybe you already have some ideas about how you would use a grant.  But just in case you don’t, here’s a list of 10 things you could do with a grant. Of course, this list is just 10 of thousands of possibilities.  You could: 1.  Use government money...
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Mid-Summer Sale Going Strong

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August 3, 2009

Our big Mid-Summer Sale continues, giving you the opportunity to get the lowest prices we ever offer on our flagship products. Grants Training Classes begin this week, and when you enroll now, you get a terrific discount: www.GrantMeRich.com/classes.htm Plus, we’re offering a big discount on our real estate grants program, The New American Land...
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The Stimulus Bill and Housing Programs

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March 13, 2009

I’ve been doing some research, deconstructing the new Stimulus Bill.  We do know there will be some new programs, and I’ll certainly keep you updated about those as they are developed by the various cabinet departments.  Right now, however, we already know the general trends.  Here’s the breakdown on housing. Congress has tagged $7,260,000,000 for...
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How Will This Economy Affect Grants?

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November 13, 2008

That’s the question I’m hearing over and over, when I speak, and from my readers. I’m happy to say the news is good. You may have heard me describe grants as a “parallel economy.” Grants operate by different rules than the general economy, and they are not affected in the same ways as loans,...
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College Money for Working Moms

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July 15, 2008

Information about Grants that Provide College Money for Working Moms
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Grants for Students – Part 2

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May 19, 2008

In my last post, I discussed the types of grants and scholarships available for college students, and the steps necessary to obtain them.  One of the most important steps is to file a Free Application for Financial Student Aid, or FAFSA.  The government determines a student’s financial need based on the FAFSA, and issues...
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Grants for Students

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May 13, 2008

Every few days I receive requests from parents of high school students asking if I can help them secure grants to pay for their kids’ college expenses. My answer is always the same.  Don’t pay anyone to get grants for college! It’s just not necessary, and most of the programs that promise to get...
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