I have listed below several scholarship resources.
I have included some resources for getting through these difficult economic times: more resources to help pay necessities mean more money to go to school.
1. AARP Foundation and the AARP
AARP Foundation Back-to-School Financing Guide: A Financial Aid Guide Book for Midlife and Older Women Seeking Education and Training
The AARP Foundation also sponsors several helpful guides, including information about benefits for people 50 and over. The Benefits QuickLink is described this way on the website: "Last year, 90,000 adults in all 50 states used AARP's Benefits QuickLink to find financial help to cover the costs of groceries, utilities, health care, and medications."
These are internet resources on Aging.
2. Smart Money Article
Free Money for College: This article contains links to three scholarship databases: CollegeAnswer, FastWeb, and the College Board.
Also included in this article is a link to Scholarship America and its chapters that feature scholarships.
Only click on the orange links in this article.
The Scholarship America web site includes interesting resources.
Scholarship America is a highly rated charity which features many scholarships.
The Dollars for Scholars Program of Scholarship America--you can research which states have chapters.
Available Scholarships that Scholarship America administers.