College is EXPENSIVE

It's so expensive that 28% of students will drop out of school just because of money, and 3.9 million students will leave school every year with student loan debt and no degree. And. They Still. Have. To. Pay. The. Money. Back. But it doesn't have to be this way. We can help you avoid the pitfalls that come with paying for a college education.

Who Is The Workshop For?

The workshop designed for families a with at least one student who is in middle school, high school, or out of high school and applying to college. This is also a great opportunity for families of students transferring between colleges.

What's Covered?

  • Determining The "True Cost" of College

    The "Cost of Attendance" on a school's website isn't what you'll actually pay.

  • Reducing College Expenses

    There are ways to reduce the cost of college before you even get there. We'll show you how.

  • Increasing Financial Aid & Other Funding

    There are so many ways to pay for college, besides just student loans and scholarships.

Details

Date: Saturday, November 20, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST
Cost: Free
Location: Online (Register for Zoom Link)

Instructor

Shironda White, MBA

Shironda White is Founder & CEO of CauseEDU. With a 20-year career spanning financial services, philanthropy, college/graduate school admissions, and education administration, she has worked as a relationship builder between donors, grantees, colleges, and students, securing and administering millions in education grant funding and student scholarships. She has worked on philanthropic initiatives for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the HBCU National Resource Center, and has worked as a fundraiser for both nonprofits and individuals. Her work has been recognized in Forbes Magazine, WCVB-TV CityLine, Boston Business Journal, and Boston Magazine, among other outlets.

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Shironda is an alumna of Spelman College and holds a Graduate Citation in Nonprofit Management from Harvard University and an MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. Fun fact: she secured more than $100,000 in free funding for her MBA.

Register Today

This free workshop is sponsored by the Greater Boston Section of NCNW. Registration is free but limited.

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