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Minnesota Child Care Grant

$5,200

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Minnesota Post-Secondary Child Care Grant Program helps low-income students who have young children pay for child care while the student attends classes. Minnesota residents who have a child 12 years old or younger (or 14 or younger if the child is disabled) and whose family size and income qualify for the program. To qualify, students also must be Minnesota residents, be enrolled for at least six credits per term, and not have completed four years of post-secondary education. Students who have withdrawn for active military service after December 31, 2002, are given an extra term of eligibility. The amount of the award cannot exceed 40 hours of childcare per week per eligible child. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1450 Energy Park Dr.
  • Suite 350
  • St Paul, MN 55108-5227
  • 651-642-0567

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1/21/2011 8:46:45 AM

I apply for this scholarship because I want to go to college and I live with my dad and I know that with all my struggle I can still make

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