Date Recorded: April 10, 2019
Duration: 60 minutes
Approximately one in 10 American young adults ages 18 to 25, and at least one in 30 adolescent minors ages 13 to 17, is estimated to endure homelessness on their own over the course of a year. Youth who experience homelessness face unique barriers to accessing and completing higher education, including barriers to financial aid. Yet higher education is their best opportunity for economic independence and healthier lives.
In this webinar, participants will:
Barbara Duffield, Presenter
Jillian Sitjar, Presenter
Program Manager, Higher Education
Becca Seul, Panelist
MT One Stop- Associate Director
Middle Tennessee State University
Flor López, Panelist
SparkPoint Coordinator/Financial Coach
Jeremy Evangelista, Panelist
Program Services Coordinator, Financial Aid
Mark Delorey, Panelist
WMU Foundation Scholars Adviser
Western Michigan University
Tiffany Gibbs, Moderator
Compliance Products Manager
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