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🥇Pennsylvania Army National Guard🥇
BECOME A CITIZEN-SOLDIER
Right now The Pennsylvania Army National Guard is offering the following benefits
$20k Sign on bonus (based on specific job criteria and eligibility requirements).
100 % Paid tuition while attending Pennsylvania’s 14 State and Community Colleges or equivalent of $4,097 per semester for higher education institutions who are privately owned.
$50k present and future STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT- Can be used for living expenses due to tuition having already been paid by Pennsylvania’s Educational Assistance Grant.
$734 (Montgomery GI Bill and Kicker) monthly tax free stipend while enrolled in an institution full-time.
Monthly Tax Free Stipend + Monthly Pay Check = Upwards of $900-950 MONTHLY‼️
Low Cost Health Insurance
The College Board has opened up a new test date of September 26, 2020. Any students who were registered for the June SAT will have the ability to transfer their test administration from June to any other test dates in 2020-2021 in their College Board account starting May 26th (you will have early access to do this before the test dates open up to everyone else). Any juniors who have not previously taken the SAT will also have early access to sign up for the Aug, Sept and Oct test dates on May 26th. Please reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.
PHEAA Access Partners are available for one-on-one virtual Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) sessions every Wednesday in May from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. This opportunity is available to current 2020 high school graduates and others who are planning to enroll at a postsecondary institution in the fall of 2020 or spring of 2021.
In order to give students and families more flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic, PHEAA extended the May 1 PA State Grant application deadline by 2 weeks to May 15 for the 2020-21 Academic Year.
Note: Current high school juniors and other students planning to enroll at a postsecondary institution in the fall of 2021 or spring of 2022 will have the appropriate FAFSA available to them this coming October.
Click the link below to sign up for a help session!
Check out these resources from professional admissions advisors at Find the Right College to get some advice on how to handle things.
(1)The college application process, (2) What to prep now during coronavirus, and (3) How to make college more affordable
Here’s an article with answers to Frequently Asked Questions about how coronavirus is affecting college admissions/aid
Here’s a combined Grade 10-12 college prep checklist
Email your School Counselor if you have any questions!
Thursday, April 23rd at 7 pm Eastern
Webinar Description: The COVID-19 virus has affected every aspect of life in America, causing great uncertainty for the future. One example is in college admissions; with high school closures resulting in unusual spring grades, standardized test dates canceled and college visits unable to be scheduled families trying to apply to college for the Fall of 2021 or those looking to get a head start on later years are left with many questions.
Method Test Prep is glad to have the chance to discuss those questions with Brooke Daly, the founder of Advantage College Planning and the immediate Past President of the Higher Education Consultants Association. Ethan Lewis, Method Test Prep’s Director of Satisfaction and a former college counselor will be the moderator and Ms. Daly will give her answers to the kinds of questions that families everywhere are worried about and will also be able to field questions from the audience.
Method Test Prep is a leading national ACT® and SAT® preparation company currently working with hundreds of thousands of students to prepare for college admissions tests.
Cannot attend live? Register anyhow to receive a link to the recording.
The April 23rd Financial Aid Night is filled! To ensure we can accommodate those that were unable to register, PHEAA will be offering the same live webinar on April 30 from 6-7 pm.
Please join us via webinar. Representatives from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Agency (PHEAA) will be providing an overview of how to apply for all types of financial aid, including completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is required to determine eligibility for most student aid programs such as the Pennsylvania State Grant, Federal Pell Grant, institutional offers, and federal student and parent loans. This will also be a great opportunity to have PHEAA representatives answer questions you may have.
Click Here to register for the April 30 webinar