Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Seminar in Kuna will help students and their families learn about financial aid

I'm hoping this event is well-attended tomorrow night and is helpful to students who want to go on to higher education.
“Finding The Right Solution,” a night for sophomores, juniors and seniors, along with their parents to discover many options for their future, will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at the Kuna High School Commons.
There will be a new format for the 2011 event.
6:30-6:40: Information in the Commons
6:45-7:15: Presentations:
Seniors: Dealing with the FAFSA
Juniors: All you would want to know about the ACT test
Sophomores: Keeping Your Doors Open
7:20-7:50: All Grades: How the Career Information System can help you with all career planning, college planning and scholarships.
7:50-8:30: Meet with the representatives from: BSU, U of I, C of I, NNU, CWI, Scott Lewis, D’Shaw Industry, Broadview University, Brown Mackie, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, National Guard, Boise State ROTC.
A financial aid representative will talk about the FAFSA and how to get money through the federal government. A college representative will also discuss private scholarships, which can be applied to technical school, two-year and four-year colleges. Representatives will be here from two-year, four-year colleges, military and technical schools.
This is a must for all juniors and seniors. For any questions, call Kathy Purin at 955-0214.

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