This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own. Florida Prepaid Scholarship Giveaway #StartingisBelieving
Wouldn’t you like to be one of ten Florida families who will win two free years of college from the Florida Prepaid College Foundation for their child or grandchild? I know we would love winning this opportunity for our son.
The annual Florida Prepaid scholarship giveaway runs between September 25, 2017, and October 29, 2017, – coinciding with National College Savings Month and launch of Open Enrollment for purchasing a new Florida Prepaid Plan.
With Florida Prepaid, learning how to plan and save for college is fun, simple and rewarding. Don’t wait and get register from now for a chance to win ONE of TEN 2-Year Florida College Plan scholarships from the Florida Prepaid College Foundation.
Each day log into “class” for fun activities and complete “extra credit” to earn even more chances to win. Enter Now
Eligibility: Open to legal residents in the state of Florida with children or grandchildren between the ages of newborn through 8th grade.
Plus, since Open Enrollment for Florida Prepaid Plans is just around the corner, they are giving you a chance to win $25 off your application fee! Let’s start learning and saving!
The 2-Year Florida College Plan is one of five available Florida Prepaid Plans, which all include tuition and other specified fees. A family can purchase Plans all at once, over five years or in monthly installments. Learn more at http://www.myfloridaprepaid.com/.
Florida Prepaid’s 2-Year Florida College Plan covers tuition and other specified fees for 60 lower division credit hours at a Florida College. This plan offers a child the opportunity to earn an associate’s degree or certification in any number of fields and is an excellent springboard to a fulfilling career or further education. A student earning an associate’s degree from a Florida College is guaranteed admission to a State University in Florida.
Many students are going in debt across the country trying to obtain the necessary postsecondary degree needed for career success. Last March, the Federal Reserve reported student debt across the U.S. at about $1.2 trillion. Meanwhile, more than two-thirds of new alumni have debt, at an average of $35,000 per graduate. In Florida, the average debt load for those with college loans is $24,017.