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Paying for Higher Education
Recommended for ages 15-18
Explore costs related to funding higher education. Navigate the financial aid process (FAFSA)
and develop strategies to pay for college by evaluating current and future financial means as
compared to anticipated financial commitment. Discussion on the hidden costs of college and
possible financial resources available are outlined. Parents or guardians of the student who will
be applying for financial aid are strongly encouraged to attend. Length: 1.5 hours

Apr 14, 2021 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Cheryl Moore
Financial Educator/Media Instructional Designer @SEFCU
Cheryl Moore, Financial Educator/Media Instructional Designer, began her career at SEFCU in 2009 in the Member Solutions Center, providing engaging and informative service experiences for members. Moore holds a master’s degree in learning and emerging technology from the State University of New York, Empire State College. Moore provides the Institute team with the latest research and tools to advance learning outcomes with new digital technologies while ensuring the Institute’s methodology and practice is accessible to all individuals.
Meghan Johnson
Financial Wellness Educator @SEFCU
Meghan Johnson, Eastern Region Financial Wellness Educator, began her career with SEFCU as a Member Specialist in 2011 where she enjoyed mentoring new hires and connecting with a wide variety of community members. Johnson explored her love of learning and education most recently as Director of Auxiliary Services at Woodland Hill Montessori School, where she expanded her experience working with various age groups. She has taught and tailored lessons to multiple grade levels and created presentations and webinars for teacher education initiatives. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in writing, which she uses to create clear and creative educational materials. She is excited to continue using her background in education and financial services experience to spread financial wellness and education throughout the community. She is passionate about bringing her experience in education to the field of financial well-being.
Sarah Trela
Financial Well-Being Administrator @SEFCU
Sarah Trela, Financial Well-Being Administrator, began her SEFCU career in 2010 as a Member Service Manager, overseeing staff and operations at various branch locations. Trela holds an MBA in information technology management from the University at Albany, State University of New York. Trela has a strong work history in the area of administration and workforce development. Trela is the Institute’s go-to contact for all financial education requests throughout the state.