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VSAC to Offer Financial Aid Forms Workshops at Local High Schools

Students and families can learn more about college financial aid process, fill out FAFSA

WINOOSKI (December 22, 2014) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. will offer free workshops to help families fill out financial aid forms at local high schools in January.

These informal workshops offer guidance on filling out the...

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Financial Literacy Task Force Releases Action Plan To Get Vermonters Out Of Financial Funk

Group Pinpoints 13 Recommendations

Burlington, VT. – Today, Vermont’s Financial Literacy Task Force released a report, “Vermont’s Financial Literacy Action Plan,” with recommendations aimed at strengthening Vermonters’ financial futures. The group has developed 13...

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Rusty DeWees, Cindy Pierce Headline Vermont State GEAR UP Week

Schools statewide celebrate 15 years of prepping students for college success

WINOOSKI (Sept. 17, 2014) – Rusty DeWees, aka The Logger, and Cindy Pierce, well-known comic storyteller, will bring their humor and wisdom to nearly 20 Vermont schools as part of Vermont’s participation in National GEAR UP Week...

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This Little Piggy Is Going to College

September is College Savings Month & VHEIP celebrates with piggy bank giveaway

WINOOSKI (Sept. 2, 2014) – September is College Savings Month, a perfect time to open or add to a Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan account to get the maximum in savings and  tax benefits.

Vermont Student Assistance Corp...

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NEACAC honors Hutchinson as Professional of the Year

St. Albans director of guidance is dedicated to postsecondary education opportunities

WINOOSKI (July 16, 2014) – The New England Association of College Admission Counselors has honored Katharine “Kaki” Hutchinson with its prestigious Professional of the Year award.

Hutchinson, who retired earlier this month as...

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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights appoints Tom Little to state advisory committee

Group will evaluate and report on civil rights concerns in Vermont

WINOOSKI (June 20, 2014) – The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has appointed Tom Little, vice president and general counsel of the Vermont Student Assistance Corp., to its Vermont State Advisory Committee.

State advisory committees...

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