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Do You Need Extra Money For Education?

By James Tan

Did you ever think that being a single mother would help you get into college? Well it most certainly can, and it can also help you by helping you get you financial aid. There are many funding sources out there that can help you with your tuition even if you are over 30.

President Obama has made getting a college degree simple for women over 30, by giving them the financial backing they need to go back to college. President Obama and his wife have given an ample amount of support to this cause, and therefore there are tons of existing opportunities that you can take advantage of this year.

So going to college now doesn’t have to be a burden on you or your finances, rather it is helping you in all ways you need. If the government is paying for it, you shouldn’t let your opportunity pass you by. Remember that being a woman in her thirties is working to your advantage and is also giving you better chances at a better and high paying job in the future.

If you do not have a college education it reflects on the overall education level of the country. If you have a college degree, you get a higher paying job. You spend more money, which is beneficial for the economy. This is why if you are paid to go to college, the governments gets a lot of advantages out of it. Obama is, therefore, giving scholarships to single mothers to get their college degree, to create a more educated and prosperous America.

After knowing about such an amazing opportunity how can you not start applying today? Your local financial aid office is a great place to start to get more information about these scholarships. Your prospective college’s admissions office is another great place to look. Education is very important and there is no reason why you cannot complete your degree with money from either financial aid and or scholarships.

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