NEW Seminar on College Planning: October 12, 2013
Feeling unprepared for college?
Learn how to plan for college with confidence!
Announcing a NEW seminar from CPYU’s College Transition Initiative…
What: The College Choice: Faith, Family & Finances
When: October 12, 2013 – 8:30am-12:00pm
Where: East Earl, PA (Shady Maple Banquet Center)
Why: Put faith first in college planning…
Higher education has faced sharp criticism recently. Many pundits and families are starting to question the value of a college degree. And for good reason. Did you know…
Nearly 50% of first-year students do not graduate within six years?
Student loan debt has exceeded $1 trillion?
Only one in seven high school seniors report feeling prepared to face the challenges of college life?
Now it’s more important than ever that families make wise decisions about college, particularly concerning where to go, what to study, and how to pay. Participants will gain…
A biblical vision for making the most of these formative years
A clearer understanding of the true cost and value of college
A wise approach to the college admission’s process
This seminar is for students, parents, youth workers, and educators looking for resources to make wise decisions about life after high school.
Derek Melleby, director of CPYU’s College Transition Initiative and author of Make College Count: A Faithful Guide to Life and Learning.
Terry Evearitt, certified college planner, College Funding Advisors, Inc.
Matt Reitnour, director of college counseling, Wesleyan Christian Academy, High Point, NC.
Cost: $15/individual $25/family
Mark your calendars. Seating is limited.