College Affordability

How can first-generation college students and others without much family guidance navigate the complex world of college entrance and scholarships? Shanice Miller managed the process on her own, graduating debtfree from the University of Maryland. She shares her experience and lessons learned.

Education Town Hall February 6 Edition

Shanice is joined by Janis Hagey, who is organizing “Stormin’ for Scholarships,” a workshop for parents and families, especially first-generation college students, about making college affordable, from admission to graduation.

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Janis Hagey; host, Thomas Byrd; Shanice Miller

Free Workshop for DMV area students

Stormin’ for Scholarships
February 22, 2014
@ Solid Rock Missionary Baptist Church
4225 Silver Hill Road
Suitland Maryland
9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

More details here.

The Education Town Hall airs Thursdays on We Act Radio, 1480 AM in the DC area. Listen via TuneIn.com worldwide.



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