Degrees Not Debt Workshops


On average, participants have found more than $1,500 a year in new savings!

Virtual Workshops
DATES & TIMES:

Sept. 2 (7 p.m.)
This is the last session discussing how the CARES Act impacts student loan debt.

Oct. 6 (7 p.m.)


Oct. 13 (7 p.m.)

Oct. 20 (7 p.m.)

           

 

Reducing Student Loan Debt Workshop

The latest NEA Member Benefits research shows recent graduates are leaving schools with greater and greater debt. This presentation focuses on how teachers who teach in “high impact schools” can get a portion of their Stafford and Perkins loans forgiven. (Teacher Loan Forgiveness only applies to undergraduate degrees and those who have not consolidated their loans). This workshop also provides extensive information about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, including a walk-thru website demo of the new Savi Student Loan Navigator program.

VIRTUAL ZOOM WORKSHOPS
Length of Workshop: 60 minutes
Target audience: all educators


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For more information contact Pam Koetting at pam.koetting@mnea.org or call (573) 644-9601.

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