Educational Funding

Job #4992

Job Posting Details

Job # 4992 Educational Funding

Posted Date
Sep 27, 2007 @ 18:40
Respond By
Sep 29, 2007
Word Count
406
Budget
$100
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Business

Job Description

406 Word Count script teaching the basic types of Educational Funding. To be used on our website as an audio course.

The attached script is the entire script. Must have a professional and clear speaking, natural voice.

Thank You!

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Please find a portion of the script below for audition purposes. Full script available in attachment.
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There are four basic types of financial aid for educational expenses. They are grants, scholarships, work-study programs, and educational loans. It is very important to understand the differences between them. Most of the time the funding you receive is a combination of those four basic sources.
Grants, for instance, are awarded based on need. And like scholarships, they don't have to be repaid. In addition to state and institutional grants there are two federal grants in which students can apply:
Federal Pell Grants: Which are awarded to part and full-time undergraduate students who show financial need.
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Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants: Which are supplemental to Pell Grants.
Scholarships, on the other hand, are awarded based on special ability, academic achievement, religious affiliation, ethnic background or special interest. And like grants they don't have to be repaid. Scholarships come from many sources, but the student may have to do some detective work to uncover them. Check with your educational institution for specific information on the scholarships available in your area.
Work-study, is a federal program offering part-time jobs both on and off campus. The amount that can be earned is based on several factors including need, other aid received and availability of school funds. Work-study funds do not have to be repaid because work is traded for hourly wages.


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