SCHOLARSHIP AND FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
Career Cruising Quad Cities has created a list of local, state, and regional scholarships available in one central location. The Local Scholarship Hub also has direct links to high school and college scholarship webpages for school-specific scholarship opportunities. To visit the Local Scholarship Hub, click HERE.
Students using Career Cruising can access a database of national scholarships and comprehensive information about the entire financial aid process HERE (log-in required).
ABOUT CAREER CRUISING QUAD CITIES
For today’s students to become tomorrow’s successful workforce, they need inspiring career awareness opportunities guided by educators and employers. To facilitate these opportunities, Junior Achievement of the Heartland and The Moline Foundation have spearheaded a sustained Quad City work-readiness effort with Career Cruising Quad Cities!
Career Cruising Quad Cities (CCQC) connects education with employers across all employment industries to help students achieve their career goals and address our community’s workforce development needs. This fully integrated web-based program provides unique, powerful tools for employers, students, educators, and parents throughout the Quad City area.
Kirk Marske, Director of Career Cruising Quad Cities
Kirk Marske develops the local resources available to students, educators, and parents while enhancing the workforce development efforts of Quad City area employers.
Whether you provide a Company Profile, serve as an on-line Career Coach, or offer Work-based Learning Activities, your level of participation can be set to fit your schedule!
To learn more or register, click on the links above or contact Career Cruising Quad Cities - (309) 277-3909, firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Cruising Quad Cities is sponsored by: