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The Information Technology field has created an incredible number of opportunities. The number of unfilled IT jobs is growing quickly. However, to take advantage of the opportunities, you need to be skilled in the latest technologies. This requires training and an investment of time and money. Fortunately, it's become easier to obtain either a Scholarship or a Loan to help finance your training. You'll still have to invest time, but securing a Scholarship or Loan to get training in computer technology is just an application away.

If you're new to the industry or a seasoned pro, there are Scholarships and Loan programs out there that will help you pay for tuition, books, and computer equipment. There are even consolidation loans available that enable you to refinance your existing education debt.

This page contains descriptions and links to sites that can help you with Scholarships & Loans

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 The College Board Scholarship Search

Locate scholarships, loans, internships, and other
financial aid programs from non-college sources
that match your education level, talents, and
background. Scholarship Search will find potential
opportunities from a database of more than 2,000
undergraduate scholarships, internships, and loan

 The College Board Financial Aid Services

This site offers a whole slew of great financial aid
programs, services, advice and help. Check out
Scholarships, Loans, types of institutions, financal
aid facts, college costs breakdowns, financial
aid calculators and more.


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 Student Financial Assistance (site 1)

This is The U.S. Department of Education's
student financial aid site for 1) Finding Out
About Financial Aid: for tuition tax credits,
federal assistance programs, state loans,
and more, and 2) Applying for Federal Student
Aid: helps you pick an electronic aid application
(FAFSA), so you can apply for student aid
right over the Internet. For immediate answers
about federal student aid, call the Federal
Student Aid Information Center: 1-800-433-3243.

 Student Financial Assistance (site 2)

The U.S. Department of Education administers
several major student aid programs, including
Pell Grants and Stafford Loans, which provide
over $42 billion a year to help millions of students
pay for the costs of college. Whether you're
ready to apply for financial aid or just interested
in more information about the federal student
aid programs, this is a great starting point.

 The Student Guide

The Student Guide is the most comprehensive
resource on student financial aid from the U.S.
Department of Education. Grants, loans, and
work-study are the three major forms of student
financial aid available through the federal Student
Financial Assistance Programs. Updated each
award year, The Student Guide tells you about
the programs and how to apply for them. Also
look at Funding Your Education, an introductory
publication that gives an overview of the Student
Financial Assistance Programs and how to apply for

 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

To apply for federal financial aid, and to apply for
many state student aid programs, students must
complete a Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA). Electronic versions of the FAFSA
make applying for financial aid faster and easier
than ever.

 The Higher Education Service Corporation

Provides a list of state, federal, and private loans,
grants, and scholarships. Also, HESC's site details
available financial aid options, eligibility requirements,
how to apply, applications to download, and how
to repay your loans.


The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid.
This site helps you find the scholarship or loan
that's right for you, and has an easy-to-use
calculator for figuring out how much money you
will need. This site was rated #1 Financial Aid
Resource by Yahoo!'s Wired Life online magazine.

This scholarship resource from
contains two search tools. One is Search for
science and engineering scholarships through
the Scholarship Resource Network. The other
is The Minority On-Line Information Service
(MOLIS), your source for information on minority
institutions and minority-targeted opportunities.

 Princeton Review: Pay for College

A guide to the basics of the ins and outs of saving
for college to finding the right financial aid package
for you. Includes articles, web resources, lessons
on loans and much more.


P.L.A.T.O. is a terrific loan program that has
been around for over 10 years, serving as a
complete source for financing education and
training. If you need a loan to advance your
skills, chances are P.L.A.T.O. can help.


This is an outstanding site for comparing loan
options, or finding a source for loans.

 Kaploan: Kaplan Financial Aid

A great site that helps explain all the details of
financing your education. There are links to
information ranging from the"Real Cost of College
to explaining the different Federal Loan options.
You'll also find information on financial aid for
Medical School, Business School, Law School,
and Graduate School.

 The Education Resources Institute (TERI)

Founded in 1985 to provide education financing to
students and their families, TERI is a private,
not-for-profit organization that helps to fill the
financial aid gap. TERI offers loans based on
creditworthiness, not income limitations. These
loans are guaranteed and administered nationwide
by TERI, and funds are made available through
participating lenders. Many different loan programs
are offered, reaching undergraduate, graduate and
professional students.

 America's Career Infonet

The Find Financial Assistance for Education and
Training page contains many resources: state
and national sources of financial aid, learn about
the financial aid process and identify general sources
of financial aid, and visit the Financial Aid Advisor Tool.


Use the Mach25 Scholarship Search and the
CollegeNET Scholarship search to search for
and filter through $1.6 billion in total scholarships
that are available.

 Financial Aid and Scholarships for College

This site has many resources and assistance
if you're looking for scholarships, loans, grants,
or tuition money. Sections include planning guides,
determining costs, ask the experts and apply for aid.

 2001 Colleges, College Scholarships, and Financial Aid page

Offers college bound students and parents easy
access to information on free college scholarship
and financial aid searches, and more. Among other
things they have an online directory of college
scholarship and financial aid office email addresses.
Also, there are links to college and university
admissions, college scholarship, and financial aid
pages on the web.


The Technology Training Loan Proghram: Tuition
financing programs for IT training and certification.
Use for training, certification and any other expenses
that can be invoiced by the school or trainer, e.g.
software, hardware, lab fees, testing, etc. Provides
revolving lines of credit up to $15,000 (US) ot
qualified borrowers, co-signers are permitted.

 Financial Aid from Online U.S. News

A multitude of financial information and services
for your education. You can compare the costs
of 3 schools at once, find the best value schools,
search for scholarships, grants, loans, and more.

 College Financial Aid Offices

Yahoo provides a list of direct links to various
colleges' financial aid offices.

 Search Yourself!

This Financial Aid Search software is designed
to help students find financial aid from state, 
federal and collegiate sources. Addresses and
phone numbers are given in this version. (487K)

Scholarship Research Network Express

At SRN Express your first step is to register for
free. This enables the SRN Express team to advise
you of new information that may be appropriate for
you. Once you're registered you can perform Free
searches for college scholarships.

The world's largest and oldest private sector College
Scholarship database. 425,000 College Scholarships
online and 20 years of scholarship research,
constantly updated. They claim you will find College
Scholarships here that you won't find anywhere else.

Undergraduate Finance at

Embark has aligned with wiredscholar to help you
understand financial aid and apply for loans, grants,
and scholarships. Use their financial calculators and
find scholarships, grants, and loans.

P.L.A.T.O. Career Education Loan 

This loan is designed to provide funds for students seeking
practical career training at approved professional and
vocational schools, and at information technology training
centers. You can borrow from $1,500 to $25,000 per year
(up to a lifetime maximum of $100,000).

Key Bank's CareerLoan For IT

The Key CareerLoan For IT is an easy and affordable
education loan designed specifically to finance the
requirements of an IT education, and still help you
manage your budget with a low overall cost. Key has
helped students and families finance higher education
for more than 40 years

IT Skills Loan

Finance your training at a Microsoft Certified Technical
Training Center or Authorized Academic Training
Program institution.
Covers education-related expenses
including course tuition, books and fees with their
Training Loan. 

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Arkansas Scholarship Information Service

A free database of Arkansas scholarships plus over
250 financial aid links for anyone in the United States.
A free online service dedicated to making financial aid
free and easy to find.

 State Agency Phone Numbers for Student Financial Aid:
Alabama: 1-334-242-2276
Alaska: 1-907-465-6741
Arizona: 1-602-229-2591
Arkansas: 1-800-547-8839
California: 1-916-526-7590
Colorado: 1-303-866-2723
Connecticut: 1-860-947-1855
Delaware: 1-800-292-7935
District of Columbia: 1-202-727-3688
Florida: 1-888-827-2004
Georgia: 1-800-776-6878
Hawaii: 1-800-956-8213
Idaho: 1-208-334-2270
Illinois: 1-800-899-4722
Indiana: 1-317-232-2350
Iowa: 1-515-281-3501
Kansas: 1-785-296-3517
Kentucky: 1-800-928-8926
Louisiana: 1-800-259-5626
Maine: 1-800-228-3734
Maryland: 1-410-974-5370
Massachusetts: 1-617-727-1205
Michigan: 1-888-447-2687
Minnesota: 1-800-657-3866
Mississippi: 1-601-982-6663
Missouri: 1-800-473-6757
Montana: 1-800-537-7508
Nebraska: 1-402-471-2847
Nevada: 1-775-687-9200
New Hampshire: 1-603-271-2555
New Jersey: 1-800-792-8670
New Mexico: 1-800-279-9777
New York: 1-800-642-6234
North Carolina: 1-800-234-6400
North Dakota: 1-701-328-4114
Ohio: 1-888-833-1133
Oklahoma: 1-405-858-4356
Oregon: 1-800-452-8807
Pennsylvania: 1-800-692-7435
Rhode Island: 1-800-922-9855
South Carolina: 1-803-734-1200
South Dakota: 1-605-773-3134
Tennessee: 1-800-342-1663
Texas: 1-800-242-3062
Utah: 1-800-418-8757
Vermont: 1-800-642-3177
Virginia: 1-804-786-1690
Washington: 1-360-753-7850
West Virginia: 1-888-825-5707
Wisconsin: 1-608-267-2944
Wyoming: 1-307-777-7763
Guam: 1-671-475-0457
Northern Mariana Islands: 1-670-234-6128
Puerto Rico: 1-800-724-7100
Republic of Palau: 1-680-488-2471
Virgin Islands: 1-340-774-4546
(Source of phone numbers: Funding Your Education 2000/2001, U.S. Dept. of Education)

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