Are you a single mother in Alabama looking to advance your career or get an education? Singlemotherscholarship.org is the largest database of funding opportunities for single mothers looking to back to school.
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Each year, the JSU drama department awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to talented, hard-working drama students. Scholarships are awarded through an application process that includes auditions or interviews. Students must also demonstrate a commitment to JSU productions and high academic st
The Linly Heflin Unit was founded in 1919 as a women’s service organization. Since 1923 the major focus of the group has been to further the education of young women in Alabama. The Linly Heflin Unit is small in number- only 125 women- but each is dedicated to sharing her time and abilities. Throu
The WAGA Scholarship Foundation Trust was established in 1993 with the objective of assisting exceptional young women in Alabama pursue four years of higher education at an accredited college within the State. Through golf tournaments, fund raisers, and generous donations of clubs and individuals, t
For patriots ages 12 and up, Civil Air Patrol is a vital force that protects Americans in need by responding to emergencies, preserves the values that make our country great by developing young leaders, and ensures our country’s preeminence by dedicating ourselves to teaching future generations.
Founded in 1958 in Mobile, Alabama, Distinguished Young Women is the largest and oldest national scholarship program for high school girls. It has provided life-changing experiences for more than 200,000 young women and more than $3.3 million in cash scholarships at the National Finals alone
The Women's Army Corps (WAC) Mothers Association was founded during World War II (W.W.II) by some of the mothers of women in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) which later became the Women's Army Corps. The WAC Mothers' purpose was to help both men and women by serving in ho