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Scholarship Search

Scholarships are a great way to get extra money to pay for college. There are hundreds of scholarships available for DC students, and they do not need to be paid back. Plus, scholarships are not just based on financial need. Some scholarships are awarded for good grades, community leadership and service, artistic or athletic talent, and many other criteria. There's even one for people who are left-handed!

See Federal Programs and DC Programs for financial aid that you might be eligible for from the federal and DC governments. You also can search on this page for a list of additional scholarships, internships, and fellowships that are available for DC students.

Check out Tips for Finding Scholarships to get more info on how to use this search tool and to find out about resources available on college campuses.


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DC resident
DC/MD/VA resident
Female
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Mathematics
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Public service
Real estate
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Social work
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Transportation
Urban planning
Scholarship
Fellowship
Internship
Special Program
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Don't see what you need?

See your school counselor or college access provider, or search for additional scholarships on the Federal Student Aid or FastWeb Web sites.

Want to add a scholarship to this list?

E-mail scholarships@doublethenumbersdc.org for information about how to add new scholarships to this list or update existing information about a scholarship.


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