You need to be doing something really big to get those to be honest, so grants arent going to be your answer im afraid. Low interest loans on the other hand are attainable, consult the local SBA here: http://articles.directorym.com/SBA_Loan_Texas-r442-Texas.html
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yes of course children are in the home in grants?
Most grants require you to have a 3.0 gpa. For course you, most grants require you to take 30 credit hours a school year or 15 per semester.
No, the government does not offer any grants specific for home inspector course, but you may apply for financial aid from the school you are going to take the course through.
The federal government does in fact have a website that details different types of grants and scholarships at http://studentaid.ed.gov/types/grants-scholarships It is easy to navigate and provides many additional links for your niece's research.
The federal government does not make "business grants." Some states have "development agencies" that offer funding to help established businesses expand and hire. The criteria varies, depending on many factors.
You can see if you qualify for certain pell grants for college by applying for FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov. FAFSA provides money from the government to students who need additional assistance paying for college.
Likely you would want to check your federal government's website to find out about grants available for small business. Don't forget to check locally too, many states and cities have additional grants and subsidies for small business.
The student does not have to take the college course.
There are grants available for people in your situation. The most suitable one for you will depend on which course that you would like to study and at which university. The university will be able to advise you further.
The SBA doesn't offer grants or loans to begin or expand small businesses, even though it has a multitude of loan programs. While Small business administration has some grant programs, these are typically made to expand and enhance organizations that offer small business management, technical, or financial help. These grants or loans generally support non-profit organizations, intermediary lenders, and condition and native government authorities. To learn more, visit SBA's grants or loans section.