You’re Invited | "Paying for College: How Minnesota Families Make It Happen"

A former Director’s Scholar of the Minnesota Private College Fund and a recent judge for the Phillips Scholar Program, I’m pleased to share yet another way that MPCF is supporting college students in Minnesota. The upcoming “Paying for College: How Minnesota Families Make It Happen,” is part of a set of new resources aiming to help families understand how they can finance a four-year college education. Consider attending the upcoming pre-screening and launch event for a chance to preview the program, see video highlights, and take part in a conversation with education and community leaders about putting these tools to work help Minnesota families!

You’re invited to the prescreening of “Paying for College: How Minnesota Families Make It Happen,” on Thursday,  November 8th from 4-6pm at Travelers Foundation, Jackson Room, 383 Washington Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102. 
“Paying for College: How Minnesota Families Make It Happen,” will premiere Sunday, Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. on tpt MN and is part of a set of new resources aimed at helping families understand how they can finance a four-year college education. The launch event at Travelers will be an opportunity to preview the core program and see highlights of the videos, with plenty of time left for conversation among education and community leaders about just how we can put these tools to work to help Minnesota families.
Please register if you would like to attend and consider passing this on to friends and colleagues who may be interested:
Schedule
4-4:30 p.m. — Reception begins (beverages and appetizers served)
4:30-5:30 p.m. — Opening comments and preview screenings
5:30-6 p.m. — Group discussion
6 p.m. — Conclusion
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