Paying for your (or your family's) education is a scary prospect these days. Most millenials have more student loans than they want to think about, and if you or someone in your family is looking at college programs right now, the thought of coming up with tuition payments and more might put a considerable damper on the holiday season. And if you're in the group that views college as essential but you lack the resources to make your dreams happen,
But there's hope, and perhaps from not from the source that you'd expect...
Golden arches = golden opportunities?
McDonald's recently announced that they were expanding their HACER® National Scholarship program from five to 30 recipients, which means more Hispanic students will be able to get their degrees! The program gives winners up to $100,000 to help with tuition. They also invested $150 million in their Archways to Opportunity program which helps eligible employees earn their high school diplomas, get tuition assistance, learn English as a second language and more.
Check it out...
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Hispanic Parents when you move out of the House. 😂 @McDonalds #TeamLeJuan ————————— “McDonalds HACER National Scholarship” awards 30 winners up to 100k in financial aid to go to college. Application window is now open until Feb 4th. ❗️🎓#ad
Are you looking ahead to college or another degree in 2019? If you or a family member are college-bound, check out the program and apply here.