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That is not to say you should turn your back on opportunities for which you are qualified, just remember that scholarship committees focus on applications that come from students who qualify in every way possible. The better you fit within the scholarship parameters, the better your chances of getting the award. Other key strategies include:
The Farouk Systems USA/AACS Cosmetology Scholarship offers six scholarships to beauty and cosmetology schools for students to pay for their training and education.
The Sport Clips Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship available through each participating beauty or cosmetology school. To apply, current and prospective cosmetology and beauty students should contact their school’s financial aid officer.
The OPI Scholarships offer several $500 scholarships to pay for beauty or cosmetology school training and education. Interested students must be enrolled in a cosmetology or beauty related program at an American Association of Cosmetology member school to qualify. Students must also write an essay and provide at least one industry recommendation.
Hi, My name is Drina, I am 46 and will be starting at Paul Mitchell the School on Jan. 14 2012. I am on SSI and need to find a Scholarship for needs basis. I am not familiar with what to do to find help getting a Scholarship and my school does not have any available. My Tuition is over 18,00.00 and I will need money for living and traveling expenses. I will be recieving a small grant with which I am very thankful for but it will only get me in the door. If you have any information or any Grants or Scholarships that I might qualify for I would appreciate the help of any kind. Thank you for caring.
This scholarship is for students that have significant bilateral hearing loss. To qualify students must have at least a 50dB, unaided, hearing loss in both ears. Financial need is not required, but students that demonstrated need will increase their chances of receiving this scholarship.
The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing sponsors the AG Bell College Scholarship Program. This scholarship is for hearing impaired students that want to receive their bachelor’s, masters or doctorate degree at an accredited school.
The scholarships can be used for undergraduate and graduate schools. The scholarship acceptance period is from January 1st to May 26th. The application must include the following documents:
The deadline for the scholarship application is May 1st. Completed applications need to include two letters of recommendation, high school or college transcript and a recent audiogram. Award recipients are notified in June. For more information about this scholarship, click.
The application package needs to include a letter of recommendation and a personal essay. The applications must be received by May 15th. Electronic submissions are not accepted. The is used in consideration for the following scholarships:
The offers several scholarships for freshman students that enroll in an accredited four year university, college, trade or technical school. The scholarships are not based on financial need. However, eligible students do have to meet the following criteria:
My Name is Krystal, I am 20 years old with my frist child on the way. Ive been trying to find grants and scholarships to help me make the best out of my life and so I can give my baby the best life I can. My mom is a single mom with no education under her belt, my father died when I was 12. I understand how important going to school is. I would love a career in beauty I even have my heart set on being an esthetician. Ive already looked at schools and have made my choice in which one I want to go to. However the money part is the hard part. I would greatly appreicate it if I could get help trying to pay my way through school. Thanks for taking the time to read!
I am seeking some assistance with paying the tuition for Regency Beauty Institute in Greenfield, Wisconsin. I see the list of several grants and scholarships, but I do not know how I go about applying or being considered for any of them. I see other comments include details about their personal situations, so I am guessing I need to do the same, for that appears to be part of the process. Therefore, I am 36 years old, married and have 3 children. I do have a degree, but unfortunately it is in real estate, and of course that is not a promising career field in this economy.
My most recent job downsized their staff, and I was part of the cut. I do not qualify for unemployment, and we are struggling to make ends meet. All of our savings went to pay for the burial of my father, who passed away unexpectedly in April. He had no life insurance, savings, or anything. I being an only child had the burden of taking on his expenses, and I am still indebted to the funeral home. To make matters worse, I cannot find a job in my field of expertise.
I ultimately have decided to return to school for cosmetology because it has always interested me, and I know it is a career I would enjoy doing, as well as it is stable, for which is what my family needs.
We are on food stamps and at risk of losing our home, and I do not want to see my children uprooted because I cannot provide for them as I should. I really need to find a way to make paying for my tuition possible so I can have a future for myself and my family. I only qualify for the Pell grant, which of course will not be enough, so we really need some assistance. I hope this comment and website will lead me in the right direction, or be the answer to our prayers.