How to Pay for College Podcast

How to Pay for College Podcast

 

How to Pay for College Podcast Interview with Gyan Devi of Scholarship Opportunity

I’m very excited to share an excellent resource with you today…the How to Pay for College HQ podcast series. The beauty of the podcast format is that you can listen anytime that’s convenient for you–while driving to school or cooking dinner–and you don’t need to be stuck at the computer. This podcast gives you a weekly dose of inspiration and advice from industry experts to help learn what’s necessary to plan and prepare for college without the assistance of student loans. There’s a new episode released every Wednesday and today is an interview I did with host Celest Horton about how to find and apply for scholarships.

The How to Pay for College HQ website also has Helpful Hints for Completing Your FAFSA and links to other Resources to make applying and paying for college easier. So, I hope you’ll check out the podcast and let me know what you think in the comments below.

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About Gyan Baird

A self-employed educational consultant and publisher for 30 years, I returned to college as a nontraditional, first-generation student. I've spent the last 10 years learning how to find and win scholarships so I can share successful techniques with you. My wish is for you to graduate without drowning in student debt or mortgaging your future.

2 thoughts on “How to Pay for College Podcast

  1. Thanks Gyan for sharing the How to Pay for College HQ Podcast and Website with your followers. Thank you for also being such an amazing guest and for sharing so much wonderful information for our community! 🙂

    • Celest, It was my sincerest pleasure to participate in your How to Pay for College HQ Podcast. It was my first podcast and I was a little nervous going into it. But, you put me right at ease and the result was hopefully very helpful to your audience. I’m looking forward to another podcast with you in December for nontraditional students. Meantime, I’ll continue listening to your wonderful series — I’m learning a lot of information that will certainly help our High School Freshman!

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