Helping Students Reach Their Educational Goals

 

Great Lakes Training

 

https://www.mygreatlakes.org/web/FAP/training/findAvailableEvents?selected=training

 

 

Nelnet Training

 

http://www.nelnetloanservicing.com/training/

 

 

PHEAA Training

 

http://www.myfedloan.org/training

 

 

Sallie Mae Training

 

http://go.salliemae.com/content/edservicing/training/

 


 

ECMC Training:

Monday webinars are at 4pm EST; Wednesday webinars are at 1pm EST.

Register at www.ecmc.org/training 

 

 

1/7 – Looking ahead: Financial literacy and default prevention goals for 2015

 

What will 2015 hold for your financial literacy and default prevention plans? We can help you plan for the year ahead. Join us as we reveal practical steps you can take to assess, set and reach your campus default prevention and financial literacy goals for 2015.

 

1/12 & 1/14 – It’s a new year, time for a financial checkup

 

Are your students on the right track with their finances? A new year is a great time for a financial checkup. How can you help your students find out where they stand? Join us as we offer strategies for assessing their overall financial health and provide the next steps to help them get to their “money happy place!”

 

1/21 Looking for “change”

 

As a new year begins, we’re all looking for “change.” Whether we spent too much money during the holidays or just need to be better at saving money in the new year, “change” is good. In this webinar, help your students understand the power of saving their moneyundefinedeven their change! Learn how your students can begin saving money for their future and what simple practices they need to implement to meet their savings goal.

 

1/28 – Five financial literacy mistakes every administrator should avoid

 

As an administrator you want your financial literacy efforts to be strong and effective, yet we know with limited time and resources this can be tough. Learn the top five mistakes you should avoid when building, growing and implementing your financial literacy program. Learning what areas to avoid may help you establish or re-establish a strong financial literacy program in the new year.

 

 

 


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