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Friday, November 18, 2011

Do you have a junior or senior in high school ?

Do you have a junior or senior in high school who is thinking about attending a 2-year, 4-year or technical college after graduation?

Trying to figure out how to pay for it?

Come to a Financial Aid Night being hosted at the Coudersport Jr-Sr High School on Monday, November 21, 2011 beginning at 6PM.

You will be able to get a complete overview of the financial aid process! Representatives from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency will be on hand to answer questions.


Anonymous said...

why not look at the military
best schools and you get PAID
for your education and the benifits that go with being a

Anonymous said...

Apparently 11:40 didn't take advantage of those wonderful "benifits".

Anonymous said...

11:40 that's exactly what I was going to say... Get your education an get paid for it... You will work at your skill and never miss a beat.. Money in your pocket an mom and dad can cut you out of there funds because you will have your own!!!

Anonymous said...

hopefully these presenters talk about grants, scholarships, etc., and not just government loans. if people thought the mortgage loan situation was bad, just wait until the college loan bubble pops! and while the military might be right for some, it is by no means right for all. i hope that students become well-informed enough to know that there are options other than getting shot at and blown up... hopefully they won't need those cockroach-infested "benifits" at the major VA hospitals.

Anonymous said...

IF a kids parents were smart, they'd teach their off-spring life ain't fair and to prepare for that fact.

My parents taught me the value of a dollar and to be self suportive and not expect someone else to pay my way.

I went to college and paid for it myself. I earned the money to send myself to school.

Anonymous said...

people turn away from the military because they fear the worst.. you know the saying "you have nothing to fear but fear itself"
You don't have to be in the military to die early in your life.. When you numbers up it's up..
God Bless the ones that stand tall and proud to serve there county... and to the rest that go to college and party hardy an drop out.. Good luck to you...