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Going Places. Going Places. EARLY AWARENESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION. www.pheaa.org. Going Places. Why Higher Education?. Higher Education can mean…. 4-year College or University 2-year Community or Junior College Business, Technical and Trade Schools Career Training School. www.pheaa.org.

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Going Places

Going Places

EARLY AWARENESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

www.pheaa.org

why higher education

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

Higher Education can mean….

  • 4-year College or University
  • 2-year Community or Junior College
  • Business, Technical and Trade Schools
  • Career Training School

www.pheaa.org

why higher education1

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

More Jobs

  • About 70% of future jobs will require education beyond high school.
  • The unemployment rate for higher education graduates is nearly 50% less than high school graduates.

www.pheaa.org

why higher education2

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

More Money

  • Graduates of Higher Education earn almost 20-50% more than high school graduates.
  • A high school graduate’s average earnings is around $15,000 while higher education graduates earn $26-40,000.

www.pheaa.org

why higher education3

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

Greater Marketability

  • Increase your child’s ability to:
  • Think Abstractly and Critically
  • Express Thoughts Clearly (written & spoken)
  • Make More Informed Decisions

www.pheaa.org

why higher education4

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

Better Positioned

  • Graduates of Higher Education:
  • Use new technology and adapt to changes
  • Find employment in a wide range of occupations
  • Enjoy a higher quality of life

www.pheaa.org

why higher education5

Going Places

Why Higher Education?

What you earn

is directly related

to what you learn!

www.pheaa.org

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How to Plan?

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why plan
Why Plan?
  • About 25% of bachelor degree students did not return for their second year because they were not Academically or Financially prepared.
  • Most high school seniors expect to obtain a 4-year degree, but only 25% of future jobs will require such a degree.
  • Expect that over 50% of the jobs in the future do not even exist today.

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how to plan
How to Plan?

Student Responsibilities:

  • Going to School everyday
  • Doing homework
  • Developing good study habits
  • Doing well in all subjects

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How to Plan?

Parent Responsibilities:

  • Getting to know your child's teachers and counselors
  • Inspecting homework
  • Providing educational material and experiences
  • Spending time with your child

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How to Plan?
  • The most important thing a student can do to prepare for higher education is to take the right courses and work hard to pass them.
  • The “core” courses that students need to take are: English, Math, Science, History and Geography.

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Why Plan?
  • Tuition, room and board have increased faster than family incomes.
  • Family income has remained stable while tuition has increased about 45% .
  • Tuition costs have almost doubled over the past decade and are expected to double again over the next decade.

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why plan2
Why Plan?

Changing your mind is nothing to worry about…

Not planning ahead is!

www.pheaa.org

how can we get there
How can we get there?

FINANCIAL PLANNING

  • Assess your financial skills
  • Have a Vision

www.pheaa.org

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How can we get there?

START SAVING NOW!

  • Start a savings account for your child’s education and make sure they are aware of it.
  • Consider saving through the Tuition Account Program (TAP), administered by the Pennsylvania State Treasury, which guarantees that your savings will, at least, keep pace with tuition increases.

www.pheaa.org

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How can we get there?

CAREER AWARENESS

  • Recognize the increasing need for higher education for success in the new century.
  • Encourage your child to start thinking early about jobs and what skills and education those jobs will require.

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How can we get there?

CAREER EXPLORATION

  • Start a journal for your child that lists the pros and cons of different careers.
  • If possible, make arrangements for your child to visit (“shadow”) with a person that works in the field that your child has expressed interest.

www.pheaa.org

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How can we get there?

Ask your child….

  • What careers best match your interests?
  • What do you expect (want) out of life?
  • Where can you find the job that matches your interests, skills and abilities?

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How can we get there?

Where is your child going after High School?

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college costs expected to double
College Costs Expected to Double

Public College Education Private College Education

2001

$47,904

2001

$104,280

2021

$132,486

2021

$288,402

tap 529 pa s tuition account program
TAP 529: PA’s Tuition Account Program
  • Programs offered by states that provide families with tax-advantaged way to save for future college expenses.
  • Guaranteed Savings Plan (GSP)
  • Investment Plan (IP)
tap 529 guaranteed savings plan
TAP 529: Guaranteed Savings Plan
  • Each year when tuition increases, your account increases by the same percentage.
  • When your child is ready for college, your account is worth what you’ve contributed increased by the rate of tuition inflation - per contribution - at your designated level.
benefits of tap 529
Benefits of TAP 529
  • Contributions grow tax free
  • Account may be used at almost any college for almost any higher education expense
  • Anyone can make contributions
  • Protects eligibility for financial aid
  • Withdraw your money at anytime for any reason
going places answers
An Associate Degree

Wage (or salary)

A grade

A grant (or scholarship); A loan

Homework

Career

7. Attendance

8. Interests

9. Save

10. College (or university)

11. Learn

12. Family

13. Plan

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