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Baseball
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Beauty Pageant
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BMX
Body Building
Bowling
Boxing
Cheerleading
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Computer Game
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Fishing
Football
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Golf
Greyhound
Gymnastics
Hand Ball
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Hockey
Hot Air Balloons
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Lacrosse
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Modeling
Motocross
Night Club
Other
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Rodeo
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Running
Sailing
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Surfing
Swimming
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Tennis
Track & Field
Trade Show
Triathlon
Volleyball
Wakeboarding
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How To Get Educational Sponsorships

With the market getting tougher and tougher these days, itís no wonder that people are heading back to school.  Whether you are looking to further your career or change careers completely, there are ways to make university more affordable.  Just take a look at the three tips below.

Ask your employer to help out

If youíve been at the same company for a couple of years and are a valued employee, your employer will probably be willing to help you out with your education.  More and more companies are helping their employees achieve a higher degree.  While some places require that you stay at the company for a certain number of years after you obtain your degree, itís well worth it.  Keep in mind that this option is usually only available if youíre planning on studying a degree similar to your current job.  If youíre looking to change careers completely, chances are that your employer will not be able to sponsor you.  

Get the IRS on your side

With the economy being what it is, the government is eager to help people out in hopes of getting the economy back on its feet.   Educational tax credits can help make your studies much more affordable.  While not everyone will qualify, itís definitely worth taking a look at.  After all, if the government is willing to help sponsor your education, you should jump at the chance. 

Look around for the best program

Many universities out there have programs that cater to mature students.  They recognize that students who have been out of university for a while often learn valuable skills, and therefore need less classes.  In addition to making it faster to achieve a degree, prices are often much more affordable.  Not all university programs are alike, so be sure to look at a couple of schools before enrolling. 

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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