Free Student Debt Webinars
Whether you're a student, have already graduated, work as an advisor or are a public interest employer, there's a lot to know about borrowing, entering repayment and earning forgiveness. Our free webinars provide you with the in-depth information you need about programs like income-driven repayment plans and Public Service Loan Forgiveness to help you manage your student debt and control your career and financial future.
Attend a free, live webinar or view a recording of a previous one to learn how these programs work.
- Thursday, March 27, 3-4 p.m. EDT: Drowning in Debt? How Government and Nonprofit Workers Can Earn Public Service Loan Forgiveness
View a Previously Recorded Webinar Now
- Drowning in Debt? How Government and Nonprofit Workers Can Earn Public Service Loan Forgiveness (recorded February 27, 2014)
- What Every Public Interest Attorney Should Know About Student Debt Relief and Forgiveness (recorded November 14, 2013)
- Get Your Student Loans Forgiven: Public Service Loan Forgiveness (Recorded August 15, 2013)
- How to Pay Your Bills AND Your Student Loans: Utilizing Income-Driven Repayment Plans (Recorded August 8, 2013)
- NOTE: "How to Pay Your Bills AND Your Student Loans" and "Get Your Student Loans Forgiven" are a two-part series. To maximize your ability to manage your debt, we recommend viewing both.
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Plan Before You Borrow: What You Should Know About Student Loans BEFORE You Go to Graduate School
Interested in government or public interest work after graduating? This webinar will help you plan ahead and make sure you can take full advantage of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act, the most significant law affecting public service in a generation.
Drowning in Debt? Learn How Government and Nonprofit Workers Can Earn Public Service Loan Forgiveness
A must attend for anyone with educational debt planning to work or currently working for the government or a nonprofit, this webinar explains how you can benefit from the College Cost Reduction and Access Act, the most significant law affecting public service in a generation.
|VIEW A RECORDING OF A PREVIOUS SESSION|
How to Pay Your Bills AND Your Student Loans: Utilizing Income-Driven Repayment Plans
Saddled with high student debt? This webinar reviews income-driven repayment plans, including Income-Based Repayment, Income-Contingent Repayment and the new Pay As You Earn Plan, which allow borrowers with high debt relative to their income to reduce their federal student loan payments.
Get Your Student Loans Forgiven: Public Service Loan Forgiveness
For recent graduates with jobs in government or at a nonprofit, this webinar explains how to make sure you immediately begin fulfilling requirements to qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness so that your student debt will be forgiven as soon as possible.
The College Cost Reduction and Access Act for School Advisors and Administrators
Are students at your school interested in entering public service work after graduation but worried they won't be able to repay their student loans? This webinar will explain how they can benefit from the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA), the most significant law affecting public service in a generation.
Special Session for Public Interest Attorneys
What Every Public Interest Attorney Should Know About Student Debt Relief and Forgiveness
The New York State Bar Association's Steven C. Krane Special Committee on Student Loan Assistance for the Public Interest (SLAPI) and Equal Justice
Works present this free session for public interest/government attorneys with significant student loan debt.
SLAPI was created in the summer of 2001 to review the impact of law school indebtedness on the ability of government and public service employers to attract qualified attorneys to undertake careers in public service, and to develop a plan to assist new attorneys in pursuing public service careers by reducing indebtedness. SLAPI has a two-fold focus: to continue to provide financial assistance to mid-level government and public interest attorneys burdened with large educational debt (who are less likely to qualify for federal loan repayment assistance), and to help educate attorneys and employers on the developments in the loan repayment assistance landscape.
The Steven C. Krane Special Committee on Student Loan Assistance for the Public Interest (SLAPI) is awarding new loan repayment assistance grants in January 2014. You can receive an application for the 2014 loan program by e-mailing email@example.com or access the online application at nysba.org/SLAPI. The application deadline is December 27, 2013.