- Workshop now coming to the Morristown & Morris Township Library, Morristown, September 19th at 7:30pm –
Springfield, NJ – Complete College Planning Solutions is sponsoring a free community workshop for parents of college bound high school students on strategies for maximizing your family’s college financial aid and lowering your out-of-pocket costs. The workshop will be held at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, September 19th, at the Morristown & Morris Township Library, 1Miller Road, Morristown, NJ, and will reveal what all parents of seniors, juniors and sophomores need to know as they take on the challenge of applying to, being accepted at and paying for college.
Ian Welham, co-author of the book Cash For College, is the featured speaker. Recently, Mr. Welham was the profiled expert on college planning by America Online, and is quoted frequently on TV and in the press.
Past workshops have attracted over 200 attendees. These large crowds just goes to show how concerned parents are about affording college. Topics discussed will include:
· How to get every dime of financial aid available to you
· The secret to sending your child to a private or top national school for less than the cost of a junior college
· How to get FREE money for college even if you think you make too much money (you don’t)
· The single biggest mistake 9 out of 10 parents make when planning for college (and how to avoid it)
Also discussed will be how to solve the cash flow crunch of paying for college and saving for retirement at the same time. A Certified College Funding Advisor, Mr. Welham also holds a Fellowship of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Parents from any school district are invited to attend. Reservations are suggested because seating is limited and often sell out. To reserve your seat online visit ccpsnj.com or call 973.467.0101. All families who attend will receive the online version of Cash for College, the best-selling book on college planning and funding, plus a checklist of “The Top 10 Strengths and Experiences Colleges Look For in a High School Student”.