How realistic is it to obtain funding as necessary, if your parents make 70k a year?

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I am a social worker major, and although I am very interested in this field, I’m not naive. I know there’s not much money in this area, particularly welcome to a lot of work and job stress. However, I was hoping it would help alleviate some of the juvenile legal financial obligations, which I do not expect (to repay student loans, mortgages, insurance, savings, etc.) I thought the minister Minori Finance. I know the world of business is usually very profitable, if ever I decide to take a break from social work, or try something else. What kind of job can you expect to get with a minor in finance? Did you receive the MBA concentration in only a small business? What would you like a small, if not one of the cases, which could coincide with my major, is a profitable business? Any help is greatly appreciated!

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    Anonymous
    January 24, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    You have no chance of getting a federal or state grant based on your parents being poor. They make too much money. Besides, if you have “no need for loans of any kind” then that should be a good indication to you they are not poor.

    How much they have in debt (or not) does not matter. (house, car). It also does not matter that you are choosing a school that costs 20K a year.

    Grants are not hard to get if you are poor. You are not…. so it will be impossible.

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    BOO123
    January 24, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    Not very realistic. Unless you had like 5 siblings and showed proof that just because they make that much they still don’t have enough to send you to college. which is still unlikely, grants are way harder to get then loans

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    Charla
    January 24, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    I would minor in education….There is some money in social work though, especially if you can get a government job. Think of all the soldiers and their families who will need help transitioning from Iraq/Afghanistan. Also, your career counselor or guidance counselor at school should be ready and willing to assist you with a minor/job placement!

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    CR
    January 24, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    Your right that there generally isn’t too much $ in SW, but there is if you can afford to put in your dues. I just finished my masters in social work and got a job at one of my internship. I am developing programs for youth and their families. I took a pay cut to take this job because I know in the future, I could become the director of the program and work my way up even higher in the agency. After all, even a non-profit agency is run like a business and believe me, the CEO of a non-profit isn’t making peanuts. If you can put your time in to the job, SW can pay off.
    Good Luck!!

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