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Nearly 150 students and parents braved the snow on the morning of Saturday, January 20th to learn about scholarship opportunities and strategies for receiving other financial aid to help pay for post-secondary education and training. Over 13 organizations were on hand to share tips and information.
“Parents and students want up-to-date information about financial resources but often have difficulty knowing where to start,” said Megan Anderson of the Northern Arizona College Resource Center and coordinator of Saturday’s event. Read more “LAUNCH Partners Host Financial Aid and Scholarship Fair” →
Learn about dozens of financial aid and scholarship opportunities at the first annual Financial Aid and Scholarship Fair!
This event is FREE and open to all students and families in Flagstaff. No need to register, but be sure to share it with your friends.
Workshops and other financial aid / scholarship resources.
Coconino Community College Foundation
Northern Arizona Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff
Flinn Scholarship Program
Dorrance Scholarship Program
… and more!
A total of over 21 students and parent were served at the Flagstaff FAFSA Completion Workshop on November 4, 2017. The event was held at the Coconino Community College Fourth Street Campus and coordinated by the Northern Arizona College Resource Center with financial support from College Knowing and Going.
Students and their parents received free individualized assistance from volunteers trained in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Read more “FAFSA Workshop Helps Students and Parents” →
Filing the FAFSA is the first step
to finding money for college.
Get FREE hands-on help at the Flagstaff FAFSA Completion Workshop
Drop-in to receive individualized assistance from FAFSA experts during these hours.
*More information at 928-523-1803 or email email@example.com.
Food, Refreshments, Raffle Prizes (a grand prize of a GoPro Hero Session camera) if you come!
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU*: (for you & your parents if applicable)
Students and Parents, let us know that you are coming by registering here!
We also need volunteers. If you would like to help, please click on this link:
Nearly one hundred Flagstaff community members engaged in thoughtful discussion about funding preK – 12 education in Arizona for four hours on October 1, 2017 at the Coconino Community College Lone Tree Campus. Students, educators, parents, government officials, business leaders, and other concerned citizens crafted a five-page report with their recommendations for improving the funding of our educational system. Read more “Flagstaff’s Recommendations for preK-12 Education” →
LAUNCH Flagstaff has partnered with the Arizona Town Hall organization to convene a Flagstaff Town Hall event on October 1, 2017 at Coconino Community College. This half-day event will bring together one hundred and eighty community leaders, policy makers, educators, students and other community members around the topic of Funding for preK-12 Education. The results of our event will help inform the state-wide 110th Arizona Town Hall in November.
Participation requires pre-registration.
Flagstaff Town Hall Tentative Agenda: October 1, 2017
12:30-1:00 pm Check-In and Networking
1:00-5:00 pm Town Hall Process
5:00 – 6:30 pm Post event dinner
As a result from the promotion of and participation in the Flagstaff Town Hall, community members will be more informed about the issues impacting our educational system related to public funding of preK-12 education in Arizona. Additionally, the community will be more aware of the collective impact efforts of the LAUNCH Flagstaff partnership in creating a communitywide culture of world-class education for all Flagstaff’s children and youth. With this awareness, community members will be better prepared to take action not only at a local level, but also a state level when it comes to educating Arizona’s future.
*limited scholarships available for students and teachers
with additional support from:
Twenty-One student leaders from all seven Flagstaff area high schools met on September 26, 2017 to discuss their ideas for what a world-class education system could look like. They drafted a three page report with their recommendations around goals and and actions for community leaders, policy makers and citizens to take for creating this educational system. Read more “Future Leaders Make Recommendations for Education” →