Going to College ::
 

Going to college can be scary, especially figuring out how to pay for it!

We’ve got news for you…this webpage will help you answer these questions:

Finding a Program

  • What colleges or vocational schools are out there?
    • What kinds of programs do they provide?
  • What about getting my GED? Is there a place that can give me information on that?

Choosing a Major

Funding Your Education

  • I keep hearing about the “FAFSA,” what is that?
  • What kind of help is out there to pay for college?
  • I don’t know where to start looking for scholarships or other aid. Is there someone that can help me find some aid as well as help me fill out the applications?
  • I know what school I want to go to but I don’t know what kind of financial help they provide. Where can I find this information?
  • Is there funding for teens or young adults that are/were in foster care and how can I get it?

Becoming Successful

For general help regarding foster youth or alumni and postsecondary education, you can contact a DES Education Specialist:

  • Dennis Hinz – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 602-244-9713 ext-3319
  • Veronica Hernandez - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 520-884-4755 x 6366


 
 

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Casey Family Program's mission is to provide and improve-and ultimately to prevent the need for-foster care.
 
 
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