Learn about loans, grants, scholarships, and the net cost of higher education.
Finding financial help to pay for college can be difficult, and sometimes the process seems overwhelming. This activity helps students identify the types of financial aid that are available to them as they seek to pay for a college education.
This is the second in a two-part series of activities about paying for college. See Part 1, “What is the Real Cost of Going to College?”
Part 2: How to Pay for College
Topic: College Readiness, Financial Literacy
Estimated Time: 45-60 minutes
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In 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. Through self-chosen projects, kids are paired with mentors and given opportunities to lead. These projects and experiences bring out their potential, their passions, and their drive to help others as we empower them to become true leaders. So what better way to help close the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics than to join the movement to change the image of what a programmer or scientist looks like and does.
Dates: Every Wednesday starting May 12 through June 2
Times: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST
Click on link below for enrollment form:
Ohio 4-H is once again teaming up with Tractor Supply Company for the annual Spring Paper Clover campaign. The promotion runs from April 28 to May 9. You can support 4-H by purchasing a paper clover in TSC stores or add a donation at checkout on tractorsupply.com.
All of the funds donated go directly to 4-H, and 90% of the funds come back to Ohio 4-H. Please visit tractorsupply.com/4h to see more details and to read a success story from Ohio 4-H member Soren Hottensmith.
When: April 29th from 6:30-8pm!
Who can join: Any current club officer (or youth interested in a club office position) including President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, Health and Safety, New Reporter can join in learning more about your position!
We will have a general overview and break down into more specific offer training to learn more about what your duties are.
You must pre-register HERE to receive the zoom link information to join.
This video focuses on helping people live more sustainably within their homes and communities and promote simple everyday actions people can take to conserve energy, reduce waste, and save money.
Watch the video below:
Join the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative and Ohio Sea Grant for a webinar about resources for Great Lakes fish and a demonstration of how to dress, prepare, and cook fish at home!
Preparing fish at home may seem intimidating, but you can do it! Seafood is an important and nutritious source of protein we can all benefit from in our diets. This webinar will show you how to choose, prepare (from whole to fillet), and cook fish so you can take advantage of great fish in the Great Lakes. You’ll also learn about resources to find the freshest fish from commercial fisheries and fish farms in the region.
Please click below to receive webinar information and to register.