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 

 

September 29 & October 1 – Dealing with debt

From student loans to credit cards, car loans, and other types of debt, the amount of debt we take on greatly influences our lifestyles and affects the choices we have for where we live and where we work. Let’s talk about ways to inspire students to contemplate their debt now so that they don’t regret it later on. This is the first webinar in our “Financial Literacy Delivered” series -- we’re providing you ready-to-use, turnkey presentations you can use for your students.

  

October 6 & 8 – Hands-on budgeting for students

Help your students develop a realistic budget based on an understanding of their educational and financial goals. Part of our “Financial Literacy Delivered” series -we’re providing you ready-to-use, turnkey presentations you can use for your students.  This is an easy, hands-on presentation you will enjoy delivering to your students.

 

October 13 – Entrance and exit counseling

Studies show us that students understand their rights and responsibilities more clearly in a one-on-one or group setting. Consider conducting entrance and exit counseling sessions in person again. Join us as we discuss how you can host effective entrance and exit sessions as well as give you a presentation you can use for your students as part of our “Financial Literacy Delivered” series.

 

October 20 & 22 – Presentation skills

Do you like to present to students or to your administration, or does presenting make you anxious? We will discuss some simple things to help prepare you for a presentation by giving you tips on making them effective, simple and easy to understand.

 

 

October 27 & 29 – Money and your personality

Money behavior is frequently influenced by feelings. Whether we tend to shop when we’re feeling blue or spend more during high-stress times, emotions often drive impulse purchases. Join us as we explore our money personalities and discover how to use behavior positively. Part of our “Financial Literacy Delivered” series -we’re providing you ready-to-use, turnkey presentations you can use for your students.  This is a great presentation your students will love!

 

 


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