According to a recent article on ARAlifestyle.com, “eLearners.com in collaboration with online colleges, American Intercontinental University, DeVry University and Walden University, will grant at least $2 million in full-ride scholarships to working mothers across the country. This is part of the “Project Working Mom – Putting Eduction to Work” education awareness program.”
A Project Working Mom website has launched as part of this program. The site includes an online database with “$15 billion in financial aid opportunities” as well as articles, tips, information, assessment quizzes and an online community for people to ask questions, network and interact.
The purpose of the Project Working Mom website is to:
- Provide access to online education opportunities
- Provide money with the provision of scholarships
- Provide confidence through online resources and community interaction
Project Working Mom is meant to help mothers who want to return to school while balancing family and possibly a full time or part time job. The focus is on online education.
You can apply for a Project Working Mom scholarship, join their online community or get financial aid information on the Project Working Mom website.
Sounds like a great idea and an incredibly helpful website. Have you used the resources offered by Project Working Mom?
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