Are there any grants for convicted felons for construction trades if so send me in the right direction trying to help out a few people?
- diLv 43 weeks ago
How to Apply for Scholarships for Convicted Felons ...
Dec 12, 2019 · Convicted felons can use means available to traditional students to apply for scholarships coupled with programs specifically for ex-offenders. Even incarcerated felons may apply for assistance. Discuss your education plans with your parole agent.
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The Benjamin and Patricia Allen Scholarship is a $1,000 payment offered for students who are the very first of their family to go off and attend a university. This unique scholarship is not limited only to felons, however, since statistically many felons come from underprivileged backgrounds, often it is felons who receive these monies.
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To apply, simply fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will return any federal grants or scholarships for ex felons for which qualifications are met, as well as potential loan options. Federal Re-entry Program/ Second Chance Act
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Many scholarships for felons exist in larger cities. In New York, STRIVE and the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation administer the Simmons Brothers Arts Scholarship. It is intended for contestants who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree in the arts and is awarded to one ex-con per year who has served many years on drug charges.
- 3 weeks ago
First, file your FAFSA. List the schools you might be interested in so those schools would receive your results. Then, contact the school you are most interested in - they should be able to advise you on what Federal and State aid you might qualify for. Some areas have various foundations or organizations that also assist ex-cons in obtaining an education. You might ask about that at the school's financial aid office. There is a program called "KISRA" that offers grants - but I don't know what areas they serve. If you are or were on parole, you might reach out to your parole officer - they might be aware of some programs that could assist you. The ONLY restriction on Federal Aid is for people who were convicted of a drug felony WHILE they were attending school & receiving Federal Student Aid.
- SnowFlakeLv 73 weeks ago
Grants and student loans are NOT available to anyone with a criminal record period.