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Im a 49 year old women who wants to become a phlebotomist.

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I'm a 49 year old women who wants to become a phlebotomist. I am single and have had numerous people tell me there are all kinds of grants, etc. out ther for people like me. Where?? I have researched exhaustivly and come up with nada. I have some college background, but lost job in Grocery Management and want to go into the health field.

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These days there are actually more women than men attending school, so there may not be quite as many as there were a few years back.

Yet there are still women and minority scholarship funds.

I cannot tell you if you will find one for phlebotomy in particular, but besides looking through the government listing of scholarships I am providing you, you will want to check at the schools you are considering attending.

Most schools will have a financial aid department and they will have a list of grants or scholarships available, and many times the form and brochures.

Otherwise, look over this list, this is probably the best there is:

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Hello, I read your feed back statement. I'm not sure why you feel at a standstill. Do you mean procrastination, or low confidence? If so you might benefit from some coaching or even counseling. If you are finding it hard to get started, perhaps you can make a goal to call one school a day, or send for one grant or scholarship application per day?

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