The Dallas Scholarship & Student Loan Workshop
February 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm$20
The average student in the Class of 2016 has $37,172 in student loan debt. We now owe $1.5 trillion dollars in student loans nationwide. Student loan debt is the second highest consumer debt category – behind only mortgage debt – and higher than both credit cards and auto loans.
What if I said there was a way to escape all debt?
I earned $80,000 in scholarships to go to the University of Houston.
I earned $36,000 in scholarships (so far) to go to grad school in London at the Hult International School of Business.
Now as a Higher Education Consultant, I help people go to college, grad school or trade school with scholarships.
There is a way to pave a financially solvent future through higher education and it’s with scholarships! During this workshop, I will teach you exactly how I went about earning over $100,000 in scholarships to go to college.
Are you currently drowning under a sea of student debt?
Fortunately, I will be joined by experts in the financial services industry, Kathryn Garza and Shanell Foster.
Kathryn Garza is a Financial Services Professional at MassMutual. She will be equipping all attendees with the right tools to fight back against the avalanche of student loans while simultaneously investing toward the future.
Shanell Foster is a Financial Literacy Educator at Foster Financial Education with over 20 years of experience in teaching budgeting, revenue optimization, and credit repair. She will provide students with the knowledge they need to establish a firm financial foundation.
Every attendee will leave with concrete steps they need to start their own scholarship journey the same day (guaranteed).
Learn more about Nnenna Umelloh: achievementconsulting.org
Learn more about Kathryn Garza: https://advisors.massmutual.com/kathryn-garza
Learn more about Shanell Foster: www.fosterfinancialedu.com
The ticket price includes:
A signed copy of The Scholarship Starter Guide for New College Students (a $20 value)
The Scholarship and Student Loan Workbook
Scholarship and Student Loan Presentation
*Children under 15 years old can come for free.