There is a scholarship (or many scholarships) out there for everyone. In this week’s Scholarship Spotlight, we look at the Cobell Scholarship. Originally established through the “Cobell Settlement” in 1996, the Cobell Scholarship Fund was created to help American Indian and Alaska Native students cover post-secondary education expenses. This non-renewable scholarship provides one year of financial assistance to eligible students who can trace their ancestry back to a U.S. Federally-Recognized Tribe. For more information on this scholarship and how to apply, check out the College Coach Insider blog at blog.getintocollege.com.

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