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Are there any program that will help one pay for college besides grants and loans?

I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems. It is really hard to find a job in this field in this particular area and I don't have the funds to relocate right now. I was thinking about going back to college to get a degree in nursing or education. I am unemployed right now and would definitely like to start college in the summer. If anyone have any solution to my problem please help me.

Asked By: LaKeesha - 4/4/2007
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Your best option would be to try to get a Graduate Assistantship through your masters degree program... More
Answered By: Adorabilly - 4/4/2007
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it depends w***************e?
Answered By: sly - 4/4/2007
 
Yes, I believe it is called the stripper program-very highly reccomended
Answered By: icucnme30 - 4/4/2007
 
There's a program called the Armed Forces.
Answered By: convoiceofreason - 4/4/2007
 
Some jobs will pay for part of your schooling as a benefit. Try getting a job with "tuition reimbursment". You may have to get a medical job to get them to pay for medical training. There are some jobs in hospitals that do not require medical training (like the people who set up/take down surgical rooms).
Answered By: soelo - 4/4/2007
 
I can't believe that you are having a difficult time finding a job. In fact, IT always has a shortage of workers. Every company, hospital, university, school, etc has an IT dept. I would suggest that you continue to look for a job in your field. It seems like you are jumping into another degree just to get a job.
Answered By: TwinkaTee - 4/4/2007
 
set up your own company doing IT
Answered By: warriorprincess - 4/4/2007
 
there are plenty of scholarship funds available for nursing, so i say try it. if you dont like it, try something else, but since the money is good, and demand for nurses are high, i bet you'll like it... More
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