Date:  February 23, 2018
Category:  Webinars
For many students, scholarships are an important piece of how they will pay for college. Yet there are challenges with traditional scholarship models.

FCAN’s Kathy McDonald, assistant director of network partnerships, was recently joined by Helios Education Foundation’s Paul Perrault, PhD, vice president and director of research and evaluation, and Michelle Boehm, research and evaluation analyst, to explore how communities can rethink their scholarship models by leveraging what’s working in other regions during a webinar titled, “Scholarship Innovation: How Funders and Communities are Meeting the Needs of Today’s Students.”

Helios Education Foundation Beyond Traditional Scholarships
Recording I Slides
Handout:  Financial Aid Lessons from the Field
Handout:  What is a Promise Scholarship

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