Thursday, January 20, 2011

Theology Grants

Theology Grants

There is an organization that offers three different grants programs that involve theology and theology workers.

The first grant program offers up to five faculty members up to $25,000 each during a Sabbatical leave.

A second grant program offers ten grants of up to $10,000 each for research separate from a sabbatical leave.

A third grant program offers ten grants of up to $5,000 each for well-designed research projects.

Project proposals must be at least six consecutive months in length to be considered. You can contact this organization by going to their website for more information.

The Craziest Ways To Pay Your Tuition?

Found this article online called "The Craziest Ways To Pay Your Tuition?" that talks about the crazy ways that some students have paid for their college tuition.

It seems when scholarships and free money and government grants are not enough to help defray the cost of college, students (and their parents) have thought up different crazy ways to be able to pay for college costs.

Some of the ways that students have used to pay for their student loans have included begging on the streets, playing music for tips and there was even a special program where students could get part of their tuition paid by trading livestock?????

Some other students started their own business by offering cleaning services.

Other students have even done dumpster diving for food!

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Are You A Struggling Musician That Needs Some Financial Help?

Are you a struggling musician that could use som financial help? Here is a place that may be able to help you!

There is a foundation whose mission is to assist aspiring musicians with the production of a recording, the purchase of a new instrument, the payment of insurance on or repair costs associated with a vehicle, and any other expense that is incurred in the process of performing.

You can contact them by mail, phone or you can visit their website for more information.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Do You Need Money To Train To Be A Professional Nurse?

There is actually free money / free government grant money to help you train to become a professional nurse.

The objective of this grant program is to prepare individuals who have completed basic nursing preparation as nurse educators, public health nurses, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners, or as other clinical nursing specialists.

This free grant money can be used to support a student while they complete the professional nurse traineeships.

Students must apply to those institutions that have received the program money.

For more information about this grant program you can either contact them by phone or visit their website for more information.