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Funding a College Education - Program on Base — March April May June 2016

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The Virginia Tidewater Consortium’s Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will conduct college financial aid briefings, “Funding a College Education,” at JEB Little Creek and Naval Station Norfolk.

Hosted by the Navy College Office, the upcoming schedule is as follows:

J E B Little Creek:
DATE: Tuesday 1 March 2016, START TIME: 1130,
LOCATION: Navy College, building 3016, upstairs in Navy College 
classroom 236-237

Naval Station Norfolk:
DATE: Monday 4 April 2016, START TIME: 1130,
LOCATION: Navy College, building IE, downstairs in Navy College
classroom # 8

J E B Little Creek:
DATE: Tuesday 3 May 2016, START TIME: 1130,
LOCATION: Navy College, building 3016, upstairs in the Navy College
Classroom # 231
*Breakout session. This program is part of the annual Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership(NCPDLP) Education Fair. The NCPDLP Ed Fair runs from 1000-1400 at JEB Little Creek bldg. 3016.

Naval Station Norfolk:
DATE: Monday 6 June 2016, START TIME: 1130,
LOCATION: Navy College, building IE, downstairs in Navy College
classroom # 8

“Funding a College Education” is presented by Darryl Greenwell, and will focus on:
-College selection and application process
-Federal aid (grants, loans, work study, etc)
-State aid programs
-FAFSA, plus financial aid applications, procedures, & processing
-Scholarship 101—survive the scholarship search and application process
-Guest speakers—Local scholarship representatives
-Other various areas/items of concern, and a Question and Answer session

Each session includes information that will assist rising high school JUNIORS & SENIORS, parents of all high school students, adult learners opting to return to college later in life, plus all others who may be facing the rising expenses of college in the very near future. High school students are welcome to attend with their parents, however we do not encourage creating a negative impact on their school attendance or classroom/school requirements.

Local scholarship representatives will be on hand to provide information on their programs and awards, and they do plan to stay afterwards for your individual questions.

This program is FREE and open to:
-All military personnel (active or reserve)
-Family members
-Other base employees/personnel, including contract and DOD civilian employees

Normal base access is required; no special base pass arrangements will be made for this program by the Navy College Office or the VTC/EOC representative. One-on-one appointments can be scheduled with an EOC counselor following the presentation. Please take a minute to forward this email and post the attached flyers so the word gets to those who desire to attend and to those who “really need to attend”

>>Reserve your seat(s)<<  Please call or email in advance
EOC point of contact: Darryl Greenwell
Email: dgreenwell.eoc@edufind.org
Phone: 757-489-3329 or 757-363-3944

Navy College Office at JEB Little Creek = (757) 462-8279
Navy College Office at Naval Station Norfolk = (757) 444-7453 or (757) 444-7454

Darryl Greenwell
Naval Station Norfolk VTC/EOC office--(757) 489-3329

JEB Little Creek VTC/EOC office--(757) 363-3944
Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education (VTC)
VTC's Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)
861 Glenrock Road, Suite #135
Norfolk, VA 23502

For appointments call: (757) 683-2312 or (757) 683-2313
Fax (757) 683-2315

- - - all EOC services are FREE! - - -



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