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You don’t have to go to a four-year university in order to continue your education. In fact, there are several vocational and career colleges that can help prepare students for a specific industry. Whether it’s: health care, business, culinary, automotive, cosmetology, criminal justice, technology, or art and design, there are many trade options when deciding on a vocational or career-based college. Several possibilities are available to students planning to pursue a trade school degree, and the same goes for scholarship opportunities! While the time spent at a vocational and career colleges is often shorter than the typical four-year degree program, that doesn’t mean the costs can’t be just as high. Vocational college scholarships are a great option to help cover tuition and fees, so you can start your career without student loan debt. This directory is a great place to begin your search for vocational college scholarships. For even more awards, complete a free ScholarshipExperts profile for a personalized scholarship search list.
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