Many students use assistance in paying for college through obtaining scholarships, grants and financial aid. The Lake Shore Compact has compiled a list of financial resources to help students find money that will help them with their future goals and afford higher education. Be aware of scholarship scams: SAFETY.COM
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The Ohio Association for Career and Technical Education is the only state-wide, professional organization for all career-technical and adult educators and supporters.
Mentor Teacher's Association is offering $1000 scholarship to a Mentor High School student.
U.S.News & World Report created a list of 11 Private Scholarships to help students pay for college.
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) is proud to continue fostering academic excellence with the Tech Prep Scholarship Program for recent Tech Prep high school graduates.
The Andy Nowacki Memorial Scholarship Fund (Fire/Criminal Justice/Medical)
CT Consultants provides two minority scholarships, the Edwin B. Hogan Memorial Scholarship and the Ohio Minority Engineering Student Scholarship Program (OMESSP).