Share these resources with students & student-friendly organizations

www.Back2College.com  Download information about scholarships, grants & private organizations & associations that aid adults returning to college or entering vocational programs — especially for the re-entry students, women, single parents & adults re-entering the work force; money from federal, state & private organizational & academic programs.  Comprehensive directory of US universities & other colleges.

www.CollegeNet.com  Get into the right college for you, pay for college & change the world.

www.Invent.org/Collegiate  Collegiate inventor competition.

 No-strings-attached financial grants to certified Texas Law Enforcement or Fire Protection Personnel who are injured in the performance of their duties or to the families of such personnel who are killed in the performance of their duties:  www.FleetwoodMemorial.org

http://www2.Coca-Cola.com/citizenship/foundation.html  Helping improve the well-being of society through community collaboration.

www.Microsoft.com/Education/About.mspx  Enabling educators, students & educational institutions to realize their full potential (partners in learning, school of the future, Microsoft IT Academy, external research & programs, education technology partnerships).

www.InRoads.org  Develop & place talented minority youth in business & industry & prepare them for corporate & community leadership.

www.IRS.gov/individuals/students/index.html  Tax information for students (Where’s my refund?  Taxable income for students; credits, understanding taxes:  link & learn; what tax records should I keep?  International taxpayers).

www.BLS.gov/oco/home.htm  Hundreds of different types of jobs:  training & education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, working conditions & more.

www.AmericansForTheArts.org  Public art network, arts programs for youth at risk on line, professional partnerships & more.

www.UTexas.edu/events/exploreut  Replicate an annual open house on your college campus to make first-generation families feel welcome.

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