Scholarships, Financial Aid and Student Internships

A cautionary note: Be wary of scholarship scams. Do not pay money to compete for a scholarship unless you are confident in the source. Read about and report scams on the Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information website.

Scholarships for Eligible Family Members

Scholarship Search Engines, Databases, Tips and Advice

Programs for Financing a College Education

Financial Aid Information

It is essential that parents file all the required financial assistance materials by the deadline posted for each college. A family must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for financial assistance. It is recommended that parents file the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1. Please note the FAFSA supporting documents and submission process will change for the 2017-2018 application cycle. To learn more visit the FAFSA Announcements webpage.

Some colleges also require the CSS Profile. CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE is the financial aid application service of the College Board. Students accepted at or currently enrolled at a university or college should check with the institution's Financial Aid Office to learn more.

Student Internships

Tax Information

FLO Web links for College and Beyond

College and Beyond
Educational Travel Allowance
A Guide to Obtaining a Driver's License in the Washington Area
When a Child Becomes an Adult

Information provided by the Family Liaison Office
Contact the Family Liaison Office