Public Student Loan Forgiveness
As social workers we are constantly working for our clients and ensuring we give them the best care possible. How are you showing up for yourself and caring for yourself? One way to focus long-term on your needs is to be aware of the public student loan forgiveness (PSFL) program. PSLF is a program for people who work in public service in federal, state, tribal, or local government, or for a non-profit organization. If you qualify look into this. Your student loans could be forgiven and if you're doing the hard work anyways, you should also benefit from it. Self care is about more than taking a bath, going for a walk, or reading a book. It is a way of life, which includes planning for your future.
If you would like more information on this program check out the website here: https://studentaid.gov/pslf/
If you are interested in attending a training to learn more information check out below:
Public Service Loan Forgiveness - Current Rules and Tips for Success
June 1, 2023 | 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Eastern Time via Zoom
Presenters: Jennifer Noblet, LCSW-S and Sabrina Golling
Target Audience: Anyone who works for a non-profit or governmental organization and has a federal student loan
About the webinar: This presentation will review the current rules of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program as well as provide tips for how to be successful in achieving forgiveness through the program. Please note that CEs are not offered for this event.
About the presenters:
Jennifer Noblet lives in Houston, Texas and works for an academic health center where she manages the development and delivery of clinical social work services and behavioral health programing. She received her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan has over 10 years of experience as a therapist as well as prior work in psychiatric research. Jennifer has been a student loan advocate and moderator for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness group on Facebook since 2021 and personally received student loan forgiveness through the PSLF program in October 2022.
Sabrina Golling lives in Raleigh, North Carolina and works in rural capacity building and organizational development. She received her Master of Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has professional experience as a nonprofit leader for a crisis intervention/suicide prevention hotline and in social work research at the intersection of mental health and criminal justice. Sabrina does work in student loan advocacy as a volunteer and in a professional capacity, and anticipates receiving PSLF in 2030. Her personal areas of expertise are around the Limited PSLF Waiver and the One Time IDR Account Adjustment.
Fee & Registration:
The cost is $25 for both CSWA members and non-members. Registrations will be accepted until 24 hours prior to the start of the presentation or until it is full. Cancellations must be received 24 hours prior to the live event to receive a refund. Each registered participant will receive zoom log-in information via email from email@example.com one day prior to the webinar.
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