SOURCE: ALL Student Loan

January 16, 2008 18:44 ET

Reaching ALL Youth Reaches Thousands of Students

California's #1 Nonprofit Lender Focuses on Financial Aid Literacy

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - January 16, 2008) - It's high time in the financial aid world, as students and parents are busy filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submitting Cal Grant documentation. To assist them in making good decisions, Reaching ALL Youth, a project of ALL Student Loan, is busy delivering its message of financial aid literacy.

During the months of January and February, Reaching ALL Youth representatives will spread out across California, educating thousands of students and parents about financial aid and how to conquer the FAFSA.

The free workshops help students and parents through the complicated financial aid process, including answers to the following most common questions:

Can I qualify for more than one grant?

Is there a limit to how many scholarships I can get?

High schools across California will host workshops conducted by Reaching ALL Youth professionals. To find an event near you, contact the Reaching ALL Youth staff at reachingallyouth@allstudentloan.org.

About Reaching ALL Youth

Reaching ALL Youth is a project of ALL Student Loan. We are dedicated to helping high school students and their parents achieve the dream of a college education.

As part of our mission, we participate in school and community events that promote the value of higher education, provide college scholarships and educate students and their parents about the financial aid process.

About ALL Student Loan

ALL Student Loan (www.allstudentloan.org) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of students, families and schools by increasing affordable access to higher education.

Since 1980, ALL Student Loan has made more than $4 billion in affordable financing available to over 400,000 borrowers. In addition to affordable loan products and superior customer service, ALL Student Loan increases access to education by conducting free financial aid workshops for students and parents, supporting the work of other education-focused nonprofit organizations, and awarding scholarships.

Contact Information

  • For more information:
    Joseph Booth
    (310) 242-8870