State Education Resources — Arkansas
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The homepage for higher education in the state of Arkansas. Includes information on financial aid, links to Arkansas university and college Web sites, and the staff of the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
State agency working to make higher education financially accessible to all Arkansas families. Provides free scholarship searches and financial aid information.
Site offers tips on planning for college, important dates and deadlines, links to Arkansas schools, information on applying for financial aid and searching for scholarships, and borrower FAQs.
Comprehensive source for information about higher education opportunities and services across the South.
Comprehensive Web site offering information on public and private financial aid opportunities (including scholarships, loans, grants, and other forms of aid) in Arkansas.
Provides information on adult education, technical and vocational education, English as a second language, the GED, business apprenticeships, and other vocational education opportunities.
This agency's mission is to enable single parents to attain self-sufficiency through postsecondary education.
The state's online employment resource center. Search for jobs within the state and across the country, post a resume, and get help with your resume and cover letter.
Learn how you can become a licensed classroom teacher in your field of study, whether you are a current college student, recent graduate, or professional seeking a career change.
List of the resources available in your state to help plan for a career, prepare for college, and pay for college.
Listing of financial aid resources for Arkansas from the federal government's Web site for students.
List of key state and Department of Education-funded organizations that serve Arkansas.
Free directory of college access programs for students, parents, counselors, and researchers provided by the National College Access Network (NCAN) and Pathways to College Network (PCN).
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