The Student Debt Racket article by Reader’s Digest
In the summer of 2010, Saul Newton was a 20-year-old rifleman stationed at a U.S. Army outpost in the remote, dangerous Arghandab River valley in Afghanistan. It was a radical change for a kid from suburban Milwaukee, who only months before had been a student at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. But after two years of tuition hikes, Newton found himself with about $10,000 in federal student loans and the…
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Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning taps new director, lays out future plans. Article from Lancaster Online
After nearly 20 years of sitting at a desk crunching numbers on a computer screen, accountant Christie Livengood was ready for a change. So in 2015, Livengood entered the deep-rooted world of Lancaster County nonprofits. “I just really wanted to find a career that I knew at the end of every day, I could say I made a difference in someone’s life,” she said. Now, almost three years later, the…
FAFSA Article by Ann Carrns
“More Security for the FAFSA Form” Your Money Adviser by Ann Carrns. Great Information, check it out! Click the Link: FAFSA Student Aid Form Available, Along with I.R.S. Data Tool
LDHL Donor Interview with Luci Steele
Luci Steele LDHL’s Amy Heth recently spoke with Luci Steele, a longtime contributor to the program, about why she continues to support the mission. Luci, a retired teacher, believes education is the key to many of our Country’s problems. It is Luci’s hope that by receiving interest-free loans, students will have the ability to focus on getting the most out of their education without stressing about finances. She would also…
The Countdown is On!!!!
On November 17, join more than 450 community benefit organizations and be part of Lancaster County’s largest day of online giving: the Extraordinary Give! Your donations will be used to help further the post secondary education of Lancaster County Residents. For over 50 years Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning has been providing interest-free student loans to students. We are excited to again be a part of the Extra Give. Please mark…