1 An Overview Name of Presenter, Title Seattle Goodwill Industries
2 Start Time-End Time Workshop Topics Introduction Myths and Realities Self Investment and Career Pathways 6 Steps to College First Quarter Tips Goodwill Class Information
3 About Instructor How long worked at Goodwill Subjects Taught Relevant Professional History About Goodwill Site Location Typical Classes and Services
4 Completing a college degree depends on how many years of college you have attended. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
5 It is okay to take just 1 or 2 community college classes at a time so I can work while going to school. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
6 I can start any training program I want during any time of the year I want. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
7 If I have never taken college-level classes, I must take a placement test before enrolling in a community college class. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
8 I can transfer credits from my local community college to most state colleges. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
9 Education: Reality Check By 2020, 2 of 3 jobs will require education or training more than a high school diploma or GED Many jobs go unfilled because employers can t find someone with right skills and training More education and training = more money, more opportunities, and more control over your life and your family s future.
10 Myth: I can t afford it. Myth: It s been a long time since I ve been in school. I m worried about how I ll do in college. Myth: I need to get a job and make money before I go on to college. Myth: No one in my family has ever gone to college. I don t know if I can do it. Myth: I m too old to go back to school.
11 A person who completes a 1 year certificate earns on average: $1700 more per year than a person with only a HS Diploma $2700 more per year than a person with only a GED $8500 more per year than a person with no GED / HS diploma What does this equal over a lifetime of work?
12 What is the difference between a job and a career? Following a Career Pathway leads to better jobs and better pay
13 Jobs & Wages Nursing Asst., Home Health, Phlebotomist $10 - $13/hour Short-Term Certificate 1-2 Quarters (3-6 months) Credits Jobs & Wages LPN, Pharmacy Tech, Medical Assistant $12 - $20/hour 1-Year Certificate 3-4 Quarters (9-12 months) Credits Jobs & Wages RN, Surgical Tech, Medical Lab Tech $16 - $21/hour Associate Degree 5-10 Quarters (1 ½ -2 ½ years) Credits Jobs & Wages RN, Nurse Supervisor, Health Analyst $16 - $30/hour Bachelor s Degree Quarters (4-5 years) 180+ Credits
14 What kind of skills are in demand? Choosing training that employers need Training should lead to a job What kind of career / training fits my skills and personality? My needs vs. job market needs What training programs won t work for me? Due to physical job requirements or criminal background
15 How much time am I willing / able to commit? Length of the program a few months, a year, two years Full time vs. Part Time What is the cost of the training and how will I pay? Grants and financial aid are available Many kinds of free training are available
16 Step 1: Research & Choose schools Step 2: Apply for financial aid Step 3: Apply for admission Step 4: Take placement test Step 5: Prepare & register for classes (transcripts, orientation, advising) Step 6: Pay tuition/buy books & supplies
17 Important Terms Bachelor s Degree vs. Associate s Degree vs. Certificate 4 year degree vs. 2 year degree vs. <2 year degree Developmental vs. Professional-Technical vs. Transfer Preparation for college level courses vs. job training courses vs. academic courses needed to move on to a 4 year college
18 Check Out a College (http://checkoutacollege.com) Find a college and program
19 When you ve decided on a career path and are choosing between different colleges and programs, consider: Length of time to complete program Entry requirements and pre-requisites (classes you have to take first) Class days and times, if there are online classes Which quarters you can start in the program If you can choose to go part-time or full-time If it is a transfer program if you want to go to a 4-year university
20 Important Terms FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid Loans vs. Grants Loans = have to pay back with interest Grants = don t have to pay back What could one quarter in College cost? Let s see!
21 Typical Quarterly School Expenses for a Full-Time Student Source Tuition/Fees Amount $1200 ($80 per credit x 15 credits) Books/Supplies $400 Equipment/Uniform $200 Total per FT Quarter $1800
22 Different Funding Sources, different requirements Financial Aid ( FAFSA ) Pell Grants State Need Grants Work Study *Different sources can cover different things you can have several types of financial aid and funding! Other Funding Sources Basic Food Employment and Training WorkFirst Opportunity Grants Worker Retraining WIA Scholarships
23 Financial Aid Tips: Check deadlines at your school. Apply early for all types you re eligible for! Money runs out! Complete FAFSA now (online)! ASAP after Jan. 1 Grants, loans, work study, based on FAFSA! Read all /mail and respond quickly
24 Apply for admission Only basic information needed Background and Education Info Around 2 pages, No essays, usually free Example Apply online or in person (paper app) College + program: may be separate!
25 CASAS test: Reading & Math ESL and some short-term programs COMPASS test: Math, Reading, Writing Computerized and Adaptive Scores impact how long you spend in school Exceptions: took ENGL 101 or college math, another college, some open enrollment technical programs *Not Pass/Fail Shows what level class you should start in
26 Grammar, algebra, geometry, reading comprehension, writing. Are you ready? Don t worry your COMPASS score will not keep you out of college! Ask your school about COMPASS preparation classes or resources Go online to for sample questions Studying before the test can save you time and money!
27 Schedule advising appointment Advisors help plan & register for classes Get any previous college transcripts Can get credit for classes taken Required for financial aid evaluation Schedule/Attend Orientation May be more than one orientation (college, department, program)
28 Pay tuition Soon after registration Can be dropped for not paying! Payment plan options available Buy books & supplies Get ID, parking permit/bus pass **See You re Steps Away folders
29 Ask for help early and often! Consider how many classes makes sense for you Full-time=12+ credits. 1 credit=1 hr class For each class hr, add 1-2 hrs study/hw You DO NOT have to be full-time student to get financial aid! If you haven t been in school for a long time: Start small!
30 If you are on a Wait-List: Go to class EVERY DAY of first week! Instructor will give you an Add Card to bring to Registration if you get into the class from the Wait List Adding/Dropping after 1st day of class Can impact transcript and financial aid
31 Step 1: Research & Choose schools Step 2: Apply for financial aid Step 3: Apply for admission Step 4: Take placement test Step 5: Prepare & register for classes (transcripts, orientation, advising) Step 6: Pay tuition/buy books & supplies
32 Open Lab Times Paying for College Workshop Contact a Goodwill College Navigator for more information Upcoming Classes and Registration Dates
33 Paying for College Workshop adapted from Illinois Student Assistance Commission (http://www.collegezone.com/index.htm) Instructor Name, Title Seattle Goodwill Industries
34 Agenda: Introduction Costs of College College Funding Options Financial Aid process Solving Common Funding Problems Keeping Organized Goodwill Class Information
35 About Instructor How long worked at Goodwill Subjects Taught Relevant Professional History About Goodwill Site Location Typical Classes and Services
36 Applying for student financial aid is free. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
37 Part-time students (less than 12 credits) are not eligible for financial aid. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
38 Students with C grades are not eligible for grants and scholarships. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
39 If you can t afford college, you have to take out loans. A. True B. False C. Don t Know/Unsure
40 There are lots of things to thinkabout and many questions you need to ask. How much will it cost? How will I pay? How do I apply? What is the FAFSA? Ask questions
41 Typical Quarterly School Expenses for a Full-Time Student Source Tuition/Fees Amount $1200 ($80 per credit x 15 credits) Books/Supplies $400 Equipment/Uniform $200 Total per FT Quarter $1800
42 On Your Own Current Income or Savings Tuition Payment Plans Through the College Federal and State Financial Aid Workforce Education Funding College Specific Scholarships Through WorkSource Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Through Other Organizations Scholarships and Grants Know your options
43 Federal & State Workforce Education Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Pell Grant, State Need Grant, Work Study & Loans Basic Food, WorkFirst, Worker Retraining, Opportunity Grant Dislocated Worker, Adult & Youth Programs
44 College Foundation Scholarships Other Private Scholarships Community organization programs Employer tuition reimbursement You are not limited to one source of funding, so examine all of your options!
45 One campus, different offices, different application processes Financial Aid Most common, standard across colleges FAFSA based Workforce Education Different sources have different applications Worker Retraining, Basic Food, Opportunity Grant, WorkFirst Go to the Workforce Education office and say what source you think applies to you Funding goes quickly, so apply early
46 1. Complete the FAFSA Review Student Aid Report from FAFSA 2. Complete College Data Sheet Wait 3-5 months to receive Award Letter 3. Review Award Letter Make any changes if necessary
48 Your Social Security Number Your Driver's license (if any) Your 2010 W-2 Forms and other records of money earned Your (and your spouse's, if you are married) 2010 Federal Income Tax Return. Your Parents 2010 Federal Income Tax Return (if you are a dependent student) Your 2010 untaxed income records Your current bank statements Your current business and investment information Your alien registration or permanent resident card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
49 College receives your FAFSA, then asks you to complete a Data Sheet More questions about your college plans, background, income, previous education Return to college and wait for Award Letter Found online and in financial office
50 Comes directly from school not government Type of Aid received For Each Quarter Based on full time enrollment (12 credits or more) Fewer credits = less aid Read all instructions carefully!
51 IMPORTANT: Tuition paid directly to school 2 weeks prior to class Extra funds come to you for books and expenses Must pass to keep getting aid Failing classes = Partial repayment! If you decide to not to attend, must withdraw before first day of the quarter
52 Desired funding has run out Explore other funding Find out when funding cycle will renew Explore other schools in your area where funding may still be available Pay on your own Start small with one class at time Make a payment plan with the college
53 Ineligible for desired funding Explore other funding options If denied Worker Retraining funding Talk to the Workforce Office about an appeal Need to prove why your old career is not option anymore and that a new career is demand If ineligible due to non-payment of old loans Start making payments (payment size is negotiable) After 6 months of payments, you become eligible again Don t have to completely repay to become eligible again
54 Before starting school, funding not paid in time Go directly to office and ask questions Eligibility Problem? Slow processing by funding agency/program? Paperwork Error?
55 After starting school, funding not paid in time Not on the class roster Have instructor sign Addsheet ASAP, so you don t lose the class If funding is coming: Go to Fin Aid or Workforce office and have them put a hold on your registration until your funding comes through If funding is not coming:repeat above, and make a payment plan and/or decrease your course load Can t pay for books / living expenses because you got Work Study but no jobs are available Ask about local community organization with Work Study positions
56 Late funding will affect: The classes you may be able to afford Appearance on the class roster Getting a student ID needed to use library and computers Book purchases Becoming a full time student may: Wrongly affect your public benefits like Basic Food Inform Workforce Education office for assistance
57 1. What could you do if you got financial aid but didn t get enough to cover your books? 2. What could you do if you know you ve turned in all the required paperwork but you still got dropped for non-payment? 3. What if you can t get financial aid now, because you failed out and didn t pay off an old loan from that time?
58 Read all paperwork carefully Keep track of deadlines Make copies of everything turned in Get the important contact information Ask questions and keep track of answers Better Organization: Less likelihood of mistake or difficulty Able to apply early = better chance of funding Makes applying next year easier
59 Open Lab Times Contact a Goodwill College Navigator for more information Upcoming Classes and Registration Dates
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