The Gorgas Scholarship Program is named after Gen. William Crawford Gorgas who is from Alabama and has been widely praised for his contributions to medical science. Alabama Power Foundation Inc. sponsors the scholarship while the Alabama Academy of Science Inc. administers the search for exceptional students in the field of science.
The state of Alabama has several financial aid programs available to all its aspiring college students and a two-year academic scholarship program is one of them. An institution designated academic committee screens each application and every candidate is advised to understand the following before applying for the two-year scholarship program.
You would think that women’s rights would only evolve for the better, considering that many glass ceilings have been shattered in the past decades. The lines between men and women are getting blurred when it comes to the workplace, and the political clout of women is respected all over the country. So why are Republican… Read more »
Let’s say you are stuck in a rut right now. On one hand, you have forceful folks on and off-campus telling you to borrow as much money for tuition as you can right now and pay them after college. On the other hand, you have those advising you to study part time while working part… Read more »
What if you could find a fellow single mom to share the various burdens of parenthood with? Then you might find CoAbode to be just the thing you’re looking for. CoAbode is a nationwide network that connects single parents with other single parents to share housing and financial resources with one another. Membership is free,… Read more »
Out of 52,000 people surveyed in a study conducted in the first half of 2011, a significant number of children aged 0-17 years find themselves in families burdened with medical care.1 Here is a more specific breakdown: 13.4% of all children live in families that have trouble with the medical bills. 23.7% are in families… Read more »
Not too long ago, we wrote about the norm of women under 30 giving births ”out-of-wedlock” that spoke volume of the changing trend of motherhood. Meanwhile, feminist site Jezebel.com hails the “empowerment” of women now as they view marriage as a luxury, while conservatives like Senator Glenn Grothman views “single motherhood as a form of child abuse”. But this post… Read more »