While most people think of scholarships as the monies that are awarded high school students as they head off to school, and let’s be honest much of it is, that’s not all there is to it. Some scholarships are graduating senior specific, while others are there for anyone heading into a degree program. Undergraduate scholarships can be awarded to a single mother who dropped out of high school and then earned her GED or a man who found a job right out of high school but needs a degree to advance his career any further. For those who have already earned a bachelor’s, going back to earn a master’s degree can be an expensive prospect. Whether you’ve been working with your bachelor’s degree or just finished it, a graduate scholarship can set you on the path to earning a master’s and advancing your career to new heights. Many graduate scholarships pay for research, housing, and other costs which can be prohibitive for those who have to leave their jobs or start paying back school loans while trying to earn their degree. With the right graduate scholarship, you can come out of school ready to face the world and enter the workforce.