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You are invited to join a select group of financial aid, media and industry leaders in a roundtable discussion about how you, as a student, parent, or family member can pay for college in 2008.
The average college student graduates with over $33,000 in student loan debt. Many Americans accept this as being inevitable if they want a college degree. In today's episode, we'll discuss ways to get an education with as little debt as possible! Email questions about student loans before the show to Christine@ChristineLuken.com and we'll answer them on the air.
In this episode of CreditHavins I will be discussing federal student loans and your options as a consumer surrounding the federal programs for debt forgiveness eligibility. How do these programs work, what are the qualifications, and the best of way of enrolling into these programs. We will be discussing Pay As You Earn, Income Based Repayment, and Income Contingent Repayment with debt forgiveness eligibility. We will also discuss public service debt forgiveness as well as teacher loan forgiveness!
COSN on STUDENT DATA PRIVACY
“Our guests today are Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking), and Aimee Rogstad Guidera, President and CEO of the Data Quality Campaign. Both are with us today from Austin, the site of SXSWedu, to discuss a major national announcement they are leading on student privacy.”
www.cosn.org @cosn @eddatacampaign
Presented by LIGHTSPEED SYSTEMS
Sarae is joined by Carlos Colón, Bilingual Personal Finance Coach at mpowered, to discuss what to do if you have defaulted on your federal student loans and what options are available to you to get out of default. We also cover:
The difference between being delinquent and defaulting on your student loans.
The effect on your credit of defaulting on your student loans.
You can find more information about federal student loan default on studentaid.ed.gov.
If you are not yet in default on your student loans, listen to our podcasts about income-based student loan repayment plan options and student loan repayment plan options not based on income. More information about federal student loan repayment options can also be found at studentaid.ed.gov.
in Self Help
Helen Woo endured her life. It wasn't living. Raised in a restrictive traditional Chinese-American household, she experienced self-esteem issues, mental and physical abuse, grief, substance abuse, betrayal and depression. Yet she still managed to have a successful career that allowed her to build a bit of a nest egg. Later, when she invested it in a partnership with a close friend, only to have her partner steal all of the assets, that betrayal was the last straw. Alone and raising a son, Woo knew something had to change-and it wasn't the world around her-it was the world within her.
Having experienced a philosophical and spiritual shift, Woo created the concept of SELF-AID--an acronym that stands for Self-Aid (self-help), Esteem, Love/Laughter, Freedom, Attitude, Integrity, Dream. Her new book SELF-AID - Inspirations to Turn Struggles into Success(January, 2015), allows her readers to be inspired and uplifted by the very quotes that ultimately turned her life around. Each quote is followed by one of her unique "Wooisms" - the ideal way to interpret the quote to engineer a shift into a higher and better way of thinking. The book, divided into each of these categories, provides SELF-AID for anyone to lift out of their doldrums or depression and move into a life filled with joy, peace, gratitude and prosperity.
TEACHING WITH STUDENT LED DISCUSSIONS
Educator and Award winning Blogger Star Sackstein
Star is a NYC teacher at World Journalism Prep School in Noo Yawk (as spoken in correct accent) and a Smartblogs editorial winner this month .
Presented by SMARTBRIEF AND SMARTBLOGS
www.smartbrief.com @sbeducation @mssackstein
We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us. It is important to not only think about your future , but to build an empire to pass down for your future generations to come.
Our guest speakers truly have inspiring stories on how they are buiildng towards their DREAMS!
We have Nakisha "Madam Cupid" King who is the iCandy Radio Network CEO & Radio Personality for The Relationship Handbook Live. Also feautred is Jelani Cleghorne who is focused on marketing and building platforms for people through short documentary films and photography. Making his mark also we have Kenny Jackson who is a professional track athlete and is focused on competing for the USA trials that take place in June 2015.
See you in Class have your notes ready!
in Self Help
"One of the main factors that distinguishes those who thrive emotionally after experiencing loss or trauma from those who do not, is their ability to eventually find meaning in their experiences and to derive purpose from them." - Guy Winch
Tune in as Sister Jenna welcomes Guy Winch to the America Meditating Radio Show!
Guy Winch, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and an expert in the causes and reduction of emotional distress. He is a much sought after keynote speaker and internationally renowned author. Dr. Winch's most recent book is entitled, Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure, and Other Everyday Hurts and has been translated into 16 languages. His previous book, The Squeaky Wheel: Complaining the Right Way to Get Results, Improve Your Relationships and Enhance Self-Esteem, was published in 2011.
Dr. Winch also writes for the popular Squeaky Wheel Blog on PsychologyToday.com and blogs for the Huffington Post. His Ted Talk on The Case for Emotional Hygiene recently passed ONE MILLION views in less than 3 weeks and now has subtitles in many languages! Visit www.guywinch.com
Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna. Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.
Understanding Biblical Financial Success
Lots of Credit Unions and Credit Union professionals talk about doing things, but Capital Credit Union is actually doing them. Join us as we visit with Cindi Witt of Capital Credit Union in Kimberly, Wisconsin. Cindi will be telling us about the Financial Challenge Bowl; what it is and why kids are talking about the credit union on campus. You could read another white paper, click on another link or you can hear from a CU professional that is helping her Credit Union intentionally engage and educate Generation Next.
"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin
When it comes to investing, nothing will pay off more than educating yourself.
Too many people are spending their time and money on things that may give short term satisifcation, but not long term resuts.
Tune in Thursday's at 6 PM to hear of ways to start investing in yourself. What are the first steps? How much time are you investing in your financial future? Also listen in, to hear about the latest financial news going on around the world.
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