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Thank you for interest in a presentation from NHHEAF’s Center for College Planning. To request a presentation, complete the form below. You will receive an email confirming your presentation in approximately 1-3 business days. Please note that at this time, we have limited availability for in-person presentations. See below for more details.
Educators are also encouraged to utilize free curriculum developed by NHHEAF’s CCP.
Early College & Career Planning for students, grades 7-10 [Spring]
Perfect for the classroom, after school program or any group of students! It is never too early to begin thinking about life after high school! In this presentation, students will discover how to explore their interests and aptitudes, learn how to make the most out of high school, and be introduced to the college application process. We’ll also share how NHHEAF can support students and families at every step along the way!
Early College & Career Planning for students & parents/guardians, grades 7-10 [Spring]
It is never too early to begin thinking about life after high school! In this presentation, students will learn what they can be doing now to prepare for the future. Parents/guardians will learn strategies to support their children’s education and career exploration, including how to prepare financially for their future goals. We’ll also share how NHHEAF can support students and families at every step along the way!
Applying to College 101, for HS juniors and parents/guardians [Spring]
This presentation is intended to educate the student and family about the college admission process and is most appropriate for high school juniors and their family supporters. We’ll cover how to build your college list, questions to ask on a college tour, college essay pointers, the application timeline and the basics of financial aid. Attendees will receive a digital copy of NHHEAF’s Admissions Insider.
Financial Aid 101, for HS seniors and parents/guardians [Fall]
This presentation helps families navigate through the federal financial aid process (FAFSA), explores what type of additional aid is available, reviews scholarship searches, and highlights the importance of meeting deadlines. Attendees will receive a digital copy of NHHEAF’s Financial Aid Insider.
Paying for College 101, for HS seniors and parents/guardians [Spring]
This presentation covers next steps after students receive their financial aid offers from colleges. We’ll break down the different components of the offer letter, explain how to compare multiple offers, and explore options of how to cover college costs. Attendees are encouraged to have their offer letter(s) available if possible.
Senior College Night, for HS seniors and parents/guardians [Fall]
In this presentation, seniors and their families will learn everything they need to know about the college application process. Similar to Applying to College 101 for juniors, but with a stronger focus on timelines, deadlines, and how to stay organized, this presentation will prepare seniors for their immediate next steps.