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Reference Books Bulletin called these 4 volumes "landmark resources" and selected them as their "Editor's Choice."
By Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber
4 volumes, hardcover
Despite the recent steps taken to curtail affirmative action and equal opportunity programs, the financial aid picture for African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans has never looked brighter. Currently, billions of dollars are available, just for minorities. Don't miss out! Schlachter and Weber show you when, where, and how to get your share of this money in updated editions of four award-winning titles, each one focusing on a different ethnic group:
Each of these titles is crammed with details about the biggest and best scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, prizes, and other sources of "free money" set aside just for members of specific minority group members. Detailed program descriptions make it easy to determine if a funding opportunity is right for you: contact information (address, telephone, toll-free and fax numbers, e-mail, and web site), purpose, eligibility, financial data, duration, special features, limitations, number awarded, and deadline dates. Plus, in each volume, you'll find a set of indexes that let you search the directory listings by program title, sponsoring organizations, residency, tenability, subject, and even application deadline.
No other source--in print or online--offers the coverage provided by these titles. That's why Reference Books Bulletin called these directories "landmark resources" and selected them as the "Editor's Choice."
Each of the volumes in this set can be ordered separately, or the complete four-volume Minority Funding Set for 2014-2016 can be purchased for the discounted price of $150 (ISBN 1-58841-246-6).
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