CareerOneStop is a syndicated U.S. job board sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labour’s Employment and Training Administration. It sources and lists hundreds of thousands of jobs and provides access to comprehensive career resources. The website run by the US Department of Labour, a proud partner of the network that provides career resources, including a scholarship search tool.

CareerOneStop helps you find scholarships by filtering by level of study, location, affiliations, gender, and more. The search tool can help you search for the type of scholarship that suits your needs at a particular time. CareerOneStop has revamped its Scholarship Finder to make it even easier to identify scholarships that are likely to be the best fit for you.

Scholarship are financial gift that can help you pay your way through school and can come from individual donor, government or cooperate businesses and conglomerate. On careerOneStop scholarship are available to assist you through school and recipients are selected based on financial need, academic achievement, leadership ability, creativity, community and volunteer service, and special needs. One of the qualification is applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student with a minimum of 60 credits earned and enrolled at an accredited college. Applicants must submit the following: completed application form (provided in Word or PDF format), official college transcripts for undergraduate and graduate student.

Here’s how to use the scholarship finder on CareerOneStop

Go to the CareerOneStop website ( and click on the “Scholarship Finder” link under the “Education and Training” section.

Look through the whole list of scholarships below, arranged in order of closest deadline


Narrow your list with “Search by keyword.” Enter a keyword about the type of award you’re looking for. You can enter your search criteria, such as your state, level of education, and intended field of study. You can also narrow your search by scholarship type, including merit-based, need-based, and demographic-based scholarships.

Click on “Search” to view a list of scholarships that match your search criteria. You can further refine your results by sorting by deadline, award amount, or eligibility.

Click on a scholarship to view more details, including eligibility requirements, application instructions, and deadline information.

Once you’ve found a scholarship that interests you, review the application requirements and deadlines carefully, and prepare a strong application package.

Remember, the scholarship finder on CareerOneStop is just one resource for finding scholarships. You should also check with your school’s financial aid office, search online scholarship databases, and check with professional organizations and community groups for scholarship opportunities.


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