Independent Living Services Guidelines

Do you need help paying for job training, tutoring, college tuition, transportation, or other independent living expenses?  Check out the new youth-friendly Chafee Independent Living (IL) Program and Educational and Training Voucher (ETV) Program Guidelines for Services!  Click here for a copy of the booklet and to find out what exciting IL opportunities are available to youth with experience in foster care!

 

S.C. High School Diploma: Curriculum Requirements

DiplomaCurriculum Requirements for a South Carolina High School Diploma Course Countdown!  How many classes have you taken and passed in high school?  How many do you have left to take?  This form helps you keep track of this information.  Use the form as a checklist to help you see what you’ve accomplished and what you still need to graduate.

If you have any questions about filling out the form, make an appointment to see your guidance counselor at school.  He or she should have all of your school records and together you can complete this form.

If you move, be sure to take the form with you to your new school.  It may be helpful in registering for classes.

Curriculum Requirements for a S.C. High School Diploma

Project Hope

Did you know you have the opportunity to have a health care career?Project Hope

You could belong to a professional group called allied health providers. These professionals work every day to make a difference in someone’s life by:

  • Helping them heal properly after an injury
  • Looking at their blood to make sure they’re healthy
  • Taking an x-ray to study their bones
  • Helping them during and after surgery

There are so many options! You will be helping others and growing as a person. Allied health careers are stable, pay well, and are extremely rewarding.

Project HOPE participants are eligible to receive assistance with tuition, fees, books, uniforms, housing, child care, and transportation.

Project HOPE is targeting young adults ages 17–25 who meet one of these criteria:

  • They have aged out of the foster care system.
  • They are in a family receiving TANF or SNAP benefits.
  • They are a low-income high school Health Science completer.


Participants need to have a high school diploma with a 2.0 GPA or a GED, a clean criminal background check, and a clean drug screening. (The background check and drug screening are paid for by the project).

More information about Project HOPE and application forms can be found on their webpage.

Find Scholarships on FastWeb!

Fill out a short profile on www.fastweb.com and get information about available scholarships that fit your interests and goals. FastWeb can help you find other types of financial aid, too. It’s easy to use, and it’s free!

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