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  • POP Program

    Agency: Center for People in Need

    Helps low-income single parents pursue higher education and receive 45 free credit hours at Southeast Community College.  


  • Education Services

    Agency: United Negro College Fund, INC (UNCF)

    Serves as a resource for students considering higher education at an historically black institution. Scholarship opportunities are available for those that qualify.


  • Scholarships

    Agency: Hemophilia of Iowa Inc

    Offers post-secondary scholarships to eligible students with hemophilia or related bleeding disorders.


  • Education Services - Ankeny

    Agency: Iowa College Access Network

    Offers help with career planning, college selection assistance, help filling out the FAFSA, award letter review and college access issues. Locations in  Ankeny, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Davenport, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Orange City and Waterloo.
     


  • High School Scholarships

    Agency: Kiwanis Club of Bettendorf

    Scholarships are awarded to a graduating senior who resides in either the Bettendorf or Pleasant Valley School District (regardless of where they attend) and who will be entering college or vocational school in the fall. The award’s criterion is primarily based on leadership and community involvement. Although the awards are always subject to chang...


  • Scholarships

    Agency: Friendly House

    Oversees three educational scholarships awarded to Davenport residents.


  • Literacy Funding and Scholarships

    Agency: Bi-State Literacy Council

    Volunteer literacy council representing education, libraries, business, government, human services, and interested individuals.  

    Provides monetary awards to area literacy programs.  Accepts applications for grants to literacy program providers twice a year.  Deadline for applications is March 31 and October 31 each year.  Grant maximum ...


  • Education Services

    Agency: Creighton University

    GED (General Education Development) and ABE (Adult Basic Education) classes for those seeking to obtain their high school equivalency diploma.

    ESL (English as a Second Language) classes are 'open entry' throughout the year, providing instruction in English speaking, reading, writing, and listening for adults who range in ability from abs...


  • Education Services

    Agency: Iowa New Choices/Help for Economically Disadvantaged Students

    Iowa New Choices/Help for Economically Disadvantaged Students promotes personal, academic, and career growth through a variety of services: Carer Assessment and Counseling, academic, pre-enrollment and financial aid counseling, pre-employment counseling, referral to appropriate supportive agencies, and financial assistance for child care and transp...


  • Family Resource Center

    Agency: Urban League of Nebraska, Inc.

    Education and development for elementary, middle, and high school students.  Community coaches for high school students.  Truancy prevention.  Post-secondary counseling.  Scholarship programs.

    Employment and career services.  Job fairs on site and at community college locations; call or visit website for dates.

    Summer enrichme...


  • Support for Blind or Visually Impaired Children

    Agency: Nebraska Foundation for Visually Impaired Children

    Assistive technology for blind or visually impaired students to use in their homes.  

    Takes families to hands-on cultural events.

    Offers a scholarship to graduating senior high school students.


  • Veteran Services

    Agency: Nebraska Department of Veterans' Affairs

    Nebraska Veterans' Aid Fund is a temporary emergency aid fund to assist veterans, their eligible widows, widowers, spouses, and dependent children if an unforeseen emergency occurs and are legal residents of this state on the date of application.  Aid can only be used for food, fuel, shelter, wearing apparel, medical or surgical aid, and funeral ex...


  • Scholarships

    Agency: Children's Scholarship Fund of Omaha

    Partial tuition K-8 private school scholarships for financially qualified families.  Maximum scholarship amount is $1,750 per year, per child.


  • STARS Scholarship Program

    Agency: Council Bluffs Schools Foundation

    Scholarships for parents wanting to go back to school to pursue a degree.  Provides up to $3,500 per year in funds to help cover costs not covered by a Pell Grant, including books, fees, uniforms, equipment, computers, transportation, and child care.


  • Higher Education and Vocational Training Support

    Agency: Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

    Provides funding for tuition, books, and fees for students attending full or part-time anywhere in the United States.  Funding is need based.  GPA requirement is 2.0.  Graduate and post-graduate support is considered for full or part-time students for a maximum of four semesters, and the GPA requirement must be met as specified by the program of st...


  • Educational Funding

    Agency: Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

    Educational funding for Tribal members.


  • Education Financial Aid Services

    Agency: EducationQuest Foundation

    Helps students and families plan for college.

    Filing assistance for federal student aid applications.

    Computerized database on the availability of scholarships.  Comprehensive information on colleges and universities throughout the United States.

    Phone line to call prospective colleges free of charge.

    Inf...


  • Student Loan Services

    Agency: Iowa Student Loan

    IOWA STUDENT LOAN is a private, nonprofit corporation with a mission to help students and parents obtain the financial resources needed to fund post-secondary education. Iowa students can take advantage of Iowa Student Loan’s interest rate and fee reductions on Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Plus Loans, Federal Grad Plus Loans as well as private l...


  • Student Financial Aid

    Agency: Meskwaki Nation

    Offers funding for any course of study that leads to an Associates (AA,AS), Bachelor's (BA,BS), or a graduate degree (Masters or Doctorate).


  • Mentoring and Scholarship Program

    Agency: Partnership 4 Kids

    Offers mentoring, goal achievement and college-bound programming to youth from Omaha’s under-resourced communities, providing these students with a continuum of support from pre-kindergarten to careers.


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