Students pursue higher education with the desire to enhance their economic and professional opportunities, prepare for public service, hone a skill or satisfy a lifelong passion for learning. Parents, the key to helping your sons and daughters find the right educational opportunity is having access to the right information now. On the economic front, we are facing a new financial landscape; one where resources that were available in the past could be gone. On the college acceptance side, the admissions process has never been more complicated or competitive. College selection is the key. Learn what you will need to know to make your higher education dreams a reality. You are invited to attend a Seminar for Parents at a local high school or public library near you!
Jan and Tony Esposito present their seminar
HOW TO PAY FOR A PRESTIGIOUS COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE
In this 90-minute workshop you will discover how you can literally save yourself thousands of dollars when sending your child off to the college of their choice! We will discuss how to gain admission to the most prestigious colleges, the steps to follow in choosing the right school for your child, as well as the schools that will offer your child the most money. Learn how to plan and manage college costs, the types of student financial aid available, the affordability myth of public versus private colleges. Also, how colleges evaluate the financial situations of single parent and divorced and separated households. Discover how to actually pay for your childs education without going broke!
2011 workshops are being held in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, NY
Great Neck Adult Ed. (Cumberland School)
Half Hollow Hills HS East Adult Ed.
|7:30PM||$10, non-res. $12|
Smithtown Adult Ed.
Northport - East Northport Cont. Ed
Lindenhurst Adult Ed.
|Levittown Adult Ed. (MacArthur HS)||10/22/12||7:30pm|
West Babylon HS Adult Ed.
Massapequa Adult Ed. (Berner Middle School)
LI Tax Symposium
|Hicksville Public Library||11/19/2012||7:00pm||Free|
To Register: Call 631-864-3688. Seating is Limited. Reserve early!
Or complete the E-mail workshop registration form below NOW!