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  • Gradifi announced it is partnering with American Student Assistance (ASA), which will provide phone and online counseling support to employees whose companies offer Gradifi’s SLP Plan (Student Loan Paydown) program. ASA will help employees understand their options and recommend solutions to help borrowers manage their student loan debt. Gradifi is the first student loan repayment provider to offer ASA’s counseling and advice services to member companies and their employees.

  • Strada Education Network, a national nonprofit dedicated to strengthening America’s pathways between education and employment, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire labor market analytics leader Economic Modeling LLC.

  • The Des Moines Register highlights Iowa Student Loan in an article that outlines how being a smart borrower could save money.

  • Strada Education Network, a not-for-profit that aims to strengthen pathways between education and employment, announced that it plans to sell affiliate Student Connections to the debt management company, Loan Science. Transfer of ownership is expected to be completed by mid-June.

  • The Rhode Island Student Loan Authority (RISLA) is excited to announce that it will be leading the way in using mobile technology and identity verification tools to streamline the student loan application process. Families can conveniently get pre-qualified and apply for RISLA’s low-cost education loans right from their phones by texting “college” to 24000.

  • The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. has a timely idea to get parents thinking about saving for college early. The Shelbourne News reports that in a nod to the calendar, the agency will provide $100 deposits into new 529 college savings accounts opened for babies born in Vermont on Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

  • The New Hampshire Postal Credit Union (NHPCU), with branches in Manchester and Concord, and the nonprofit New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation (NHHELCO), provider of the EDvestinU® student loan program, have partnered to provide student loans to New Hampshire Postal Credit Union customers.

  • Vermont Student Assistance Corp. will receive a $20,000 grant from the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation to continue its successful initiative in Franklin County to increase student participation in dual enrollment, early college, and adult technical education programs, Vermont Business Magazine reports.

  • The NHHEAF Network Organizations hosts its annual College Equals Opportunity (CEO) Scholarship recognition breakfast on Thursday, May 31 in Concord where $32,500 will be awarded to 13 New Hampshire college students. In partnership with outstanding business leaders from New Hampshire companies, the CEO Scholarship program recognizes students with demonstrated leadership abilities, commitment to service, and academic excellence. Since its inception in 2005, the CEO scholarship program has awarded $400,000 in scholarships to 101 New Hampshire college sophomores and juniors.

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