Are you interested in learning more about sending your child to college in the future? Do you worry about how you will afford it? If your answer is yes, a FREE seminar will be held tonight just for you. The best part is, you can access it on-line!
State Treasurer Ron Crane will hold a Q & A about the cost of going to college, and how to prepare for it. The Idaho College Savings Program (IDeal) wants to help you learn about how to save money for your child's education. It's called COLLEGE FOR KIDS, and it's open to the public. It starts tonight at 6:30 p/m. to 8 p.m.
There are three locations across the state where you can participate in learning strategies to save for college. Renaissance High School in Meridian, Pocatello High School in Eastern Idaho, or Canyon Ridge High School in Twin Falls. The seminar will be streamed LIVE, you can watch it by clicking HERE. Experts will be there to answer questions.
This LIVE streaming capability will help more families get involved in such an important discussion.
COLLEGE FOR KIDS NIGHT
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
For more information: www.idsaves.org/kids