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    How can I get a government grant to hold me over while I find a job and train after I graduated college? I have loans to repay and if I accept a job in my field it will take at least 3 months to start gaining income, and the 5 dollars in my account is not going to hold me over for the next 3 or 4 months. Is there such a grant I can apply for? Any suggestion on this will be great help.

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    Originally posted by karlahaze
    How can I get a government grant to hold me over while I find a job and train after I graduated college? I have loans to repay and if I accept a job in my field it will take at least 3 months to start gaining income, and the 5 dollars in my account is not going to hold me over for the next 3 or 4 months. Is there such a grant I can apply for? Any suggestion on this will be great help.
    Karlahaze, I moved your post to the Work, School & Money forum where hopefully somebody can help you get an answer to your question. Wise.

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      #3
      It's called welfare. There are no grants to pay your living expenses.

      Where are you getting income while in school? SSI? SSDI? Why will you not get a paycheck for 3 months in your field? Can you live with parents or other family?

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        #4
        The only thing I can think of was already said, living with family, or at least getting a roomate to split costs. I don't think the government will help you on this one.

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