Back-to-School for Moms
by Dr. Bobbie McDonald
When you are going back to school as a mother, there are several
factors to be taken into consideration. Not only is it important to
make sure that the school is a good fit for the course of study
that you wish to take, but the available schedule also becomes
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President Barack Obama’s College Scholarship Program for the
Single Working Mom
Single parenthood is hard and there’s no getting around that. With
bills to pay, kids to raise, and gas to buy, sometimes the only way
to get ahead is to borrow money or max out the credit cards. It’s a
fact of life these days and it can be pretty discouraging.
Grants and Scholarships for Moms Who Want to Return to
For women who put their educational lives on hold when they had
children, the dream of returning to academia has all but been
forgotten. Money is tight and there isn't enough to go around so
how can a single mom even think about going back to school.
Be Prepared - Online Courses
Online courses at all levels are easy to find these days. You can
earn a GED, a college degree or advance your current career with
professional development. No matter what reason you may have for
signing up for a course (or two), be sure you understand what will
be expected of you. You do not want the money you spend wasted if
you get in over your head or you do not complete the course.
Free Online Courses Offered by the SBA Government Agency
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as
an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel,
assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to
preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen
the overall economy of our nation. We recognize that small business
is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building
America's future, and to helping the United States compete in
today's global marketplace.
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"Off To School Moms Go," an article by Sue Marquette
Judy Niemi Johnson advises adults who would like to attend college.
When she talks to them, she can go beyond the statistics; she can
pull on her personal experience. Niemi Johnson recently completed a
master's degree program while juggling her job and family.
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