Center for Consumer Advocacy | American Student Assistance

Advocacy

We advocate for change by addressing key provisions of federal, state, and local policy that will best help kids pursue education after high school and attain the credentials they need for career success.

Advocacy

We advocate for change by addressing key provisions of federal, state, and local policy that will best help kids pursue education after high school and attain the credentials they need for career success.

Fighting For Students And Families

American Student Assistance (ASA) believes in doing more to ensure that students, as young as middle school, are able to explore their college and career opportunities. We want kids to graduate high school with a plan for the path forward, and we want them to be able to ultimately execute on that plan.

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Our advocacy platform is built on three main principles:

Ensure that kids, as young as middle school, can explore their college and career opportunities.

Take steps to ensure that every student in Massachusetts graduates with a clearly articulated plan for the college and career choices they want to pursue.

Help students execute their post-high school plans and, as employees, have the skills needed to succeed in a changing job market.

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May 30th, 2017
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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was created to encourage borrowers to enter public service or the nonprofit sector by forgiving their eligible federal student loan balance after making 120 eligible payments in no less than 10 years while working full time with an eligible employer.

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was created to encourage borrowers to enter public service or the nonprofit sector by forgiving their eligible federal student loan balance after making 120 eligible payments in no less than 10 years while working full time with an eligible employer.

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