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FAFSA Completion Project

The U.S. Department of Education is pleased to announce an opportunity for your school districts to participate in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Completion Project.  Research indicates that 90% of students who complete a FAFSA will enroll in postsecondary education.  Through the project, participating districts will have access to FAFSA completion data and give students information about how to pursue a college education.High quality the best and most fashionable fake watchescheap fake watches online of the replica watches store.

Districts with two or more high schools are invited to apply no later than March 2 for the opportunity of being selected through a randomized selection process.

The expansion of the FAFSA Completion Project will include approximately 80 additional participants.

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National Counselor/Advisor Leadership

Funded through the College Access Challenge Grant this year, OSCA, along with the College Board National Office for School Counselor Advocacy (NOSCA), is excited to announce that we will be offering regional workshops throughout Ohio that will provide national caliber training focused on collaborative efforts in increasing college and career readiness. While the title focuses on Counselor preparedness, NOSCA is very interested in looking deeply at partnerships/relationships between counseling staffs and access/success organizations.High quality the best and most fashionable fake watchescheap fake watches online of the replica watches store. This workshop is relevant for access advisors and counselors for ALL grade levels, and we eagerly welcome teams of district counselors and community-based organization representatives to attend as a team.Participants will receive practical takeaways and resources to use immediately in your school and communities.

Click here to download informational flyer with details, locations and registration information.

Any questions regarding the workshops can be directed to Shawn Grime at shawngrime@ohioschoolcounselor.org or Linda Knicely at knicelyl@ohiocan.org

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