20 Ways To Find College Scholarships [EXCERPT]

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Diane Melville is one of the most popular contributors to this blog—that’s what happens when you peddle free money for school. So, of course, one of the most popular questions she receives is, “Where can I find that free money for me.”


There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to that question. One student may have luck with scholarship search engines, while another may strike gold talking to a school guidance counselor. Ultimately, there are a lot of different places you can find scholarships for college—and Diane has done her best to document them all in a new article for saltmoney.org.

Check out this excerpt of it, and then click through to find all 20 places she recommends looking. This article is only for SALT™ members, but signing up is 100% free!

College scholarships are everywhere—you just need to know where to look.

Unfortunately, no one website, book, or company has a list of every scholarship available. With that said, students who are interested in winning scholarships must be willing to try different strategies and search in many places to find an award for which they are eligible.

To help you do that, we put together a list of 20 strategies students can use to find college scholarships. This list is far from exhaustive, so feel free to get creative and try other scholarship search strategies not listed here.

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