Attention all Veteran Students! Check out this information from SPC Financial Assistance Services:

Smart loan choices today = financial freedom tomorrow

Financial Assistance Services is proud to host on campus events to promote financial literacy for SPC students.

Students can earn up to four chances to win a $500 scholarship!

It’s MY FUTURE! events:

Bring your Learning Plan.  Find out your potential starting salary and how your student loan payment can fit into your budget.

4/11, 12-2pm, St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus, TE Atrium

4/19, 11:30am-2pm, Tarpon Springs campus, Career & Transfer Hub-NU 460

4/24, 12:30-1:30pm, SPC Midtown, Community Room MTJC 141

4/25, 4-6pm, Allstate Center, Library

4/26, 12:15-2:15pm, Seminole campus, UP 232

4/27, 8:30-9:30am, Health Education Center, Room 194

4/27, 12:30-2pm, SPC Downtown, 2nd floor, Student Lounge

 

SUCCESSFUL STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT EVENTS

Get tips and strategies for successful student loan repayment.

Staff members can earn Professional Development credit for attending.

4/12, 12-2pm, St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus, SC 236

4/18, 12-2pm, Tarpon Springs campus, Auditorium

Events are sponsored by SPC, One Main Financial and a Student Financial Empowerment Project grant from Achieving the Dream.

More details are available at It’s My Future

Sincerely,

Financial Assistance Services

 

 

 

About Jeff Cavanagh

Jeff Cavanagh spent his freshman year at St. Petersburg Junior College back in the early 70s before enlisting in the United States Navy. Soon after, he attended Jacksonville University on a Navy ROTC scholarship. After college, he was commissioned and became a qualified Surface Warfare Officer spending the next 22 years honing his skills as a ship-handler and expert recruiter before retiring in 1994. Jeff expresses a deep sense of pride in St. Petersburg College due to connections that go back many years. His father, Tom Cavanagh, was a career Air Force fighter pilot and combat veteran who taught Geography and Western Civilization at St. Petersburg Junior College in the 60’s and 70’s.

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