Included in the Gale Directory Library, Scholarships, Fellowships & Loans profiles more than 7,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, internships, work study, and other education-related financial aid available to high school students, undergraduates, graduates, post-graduates, and professionals.
Includes The Encyclopedia of Associations and Scholarships, Fellowships and Loans.
Guide to thousands of 2- and 4-year schools in the U.S. and Canada. Covers the expected listings and detailed descriptions, degree programs offered, scholarships, and occupational education programs.
- Quincy Pugh
I had the experience of attending segregated and integrated public schools in the south during the late sixties and early seventies. My formal education began with a totally segregated system that initially changed with mandated faculty integration. By the time I reached the eighth grade, there was full integration; both the student population and faculty. Since I was in the midst of these dramatic changes, I experienced the pitfalls and the triumphs of both systems.
- Chantal Wilson
There is little in this world more important than a good education. However, that little piece of paper, which represents the most basic level of standard education, the high school diploma, doesn’t just stand for knowledge. It stands for achievement, perseverance, and opportunity. Not attaining a high school diploma does not have to be a lifelong obstacle. The GED (General Educational Development) test was created to give individuals a way to earn the equivalent of a high school diploma, thereby providing greater possibilities for themselves in job and income improvement, and opportunities for higher education and military service. Starting in 2014, GED testing goes completely online, which may be more difficult for some. So, make it your 2013 resolution to achieve this vital goal. We have a way for you to do this at the library:
Written by: Margaret Lucy Wilkins
- Susan Lyon
- Christina Fuller-Gregory
Are you working on your school research paper? Have you found tons of secondary sources, but not enough primary sources? Do you feel like you've exhausted all of your research tools? If this describes you to a tee, then we've got a few tips for you. (And, no they don’t involve pulling your hair out or changing your research topic.)