FREE Cash for College Workshop

FREE

CASH FOR COLLEGE WORKSHOP

Focused on Helping Black and
African American Students

Presented by
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
and the California Student Aid Commission

One Student in Attendance Will Win a
$500 Gift Card Courtesy of iHeart Media

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN & DO:

  • Step-by-Step Process of Applying for Financial

    Aid

  • What the FAFSA is and Why it’s Important

  • Important Deadlines You Shouldn’t Miss

  • Other Sources of Financial Aid Available To You

  • Documents & Paperwork You Will Need

  • What the California Dream Act Application
    (CADAA*) is & Who is Eligible

    * The CADAA mirrors many aspects of the FAFSA
    application and is for undocumented students who
    meet AB 540 requirements.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    High School Seniors
    Parents & Guardians
    Emancipated Minors
    Current and Former Foster Youth
    New & Returning College Students of Any Age 

NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE?
D
ONT KNOW WHERE TO START?

Attend a FREE
Cash for College Webinar to
Learn How to Apply for Financial Aid

Don’t Miss Out!

REGISTER HERE

today for the FREE Cash for College
workshop:

Tuesday, December 7, 2021
5:00 to 6:30 pm 

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