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Trevin Panaia—Financial Aid Concepts & Tuition Strategies (F.A.C.T.S.)
- Learn what your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is and how it can be lowered
- Discern differences in methodology (Institutional vs. Federal)
- Importance of SAT and ACT Exams
- Reward financial responsibility with college scholarship opportunities
- Educate parents and their high school students in the financial aid process, including understanding the variety of loans, scholarships, grants, etc. that are available
- Provide an understanding of complex FAFSA forms
This free workshop is presented by Financial AId Concepts & Tuition Strategies (F.A.C.T.S). For more information about this organization, visit here.
Attention teens in middle and high school! Do you want to help your library? Join our Teen Advisory Group.
What is the Teen Advisory Group?
- A group that helps plan events for kids, families, & teens.
- Brainstorm and lead volunteer opportunities for classmates.
- Help the library out with special volunteer opportunties.
- And more!
This group enjoys planning, discussing, and more. Snacks provided! Free prizes! Join today!
For ages 13-18 (must be in middle school or high school). Registration requested. Fill out the form or Contact Us>Youth. Meetings are the fourth Saturday of every month at 2 PM.
Join us as we welcome Team Sprout from Wissahickon. They'll introduce you to another aspect of a robotics team followed by an activity.
All ages. No registration.
Are you a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fan? Join us for trivia, fan art show and tell, and crafts celebrating your favorite show! Dressing as your favorite pony or in your My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gear is encouraged.
For ages 12-17. Registration required.
Calling students in grades 9-12! Have you read something awesome recently and wanted to share it? Join us for snacks and talking about books at the High School Book Group!
For students in grades 9-12 ~ Registration requested.
Families will come together to see if they have what it takes to be the ULTIMATE TEAM! For the first few minutes, families will be introduced to this year's robotics competition. After that, they will go through a couple of team activities to see if they are the Ultimate team.
Presented by a student from Wissahickon High School.
Calling all writers and want-to-be writers between ages 13-17! Have you been saying you can't find the time to write? Are you participating in National Novel Writing Month?
Join us at WVPL in Blue Bell for a 1 hour write-in! Bring your laptop, your notebook and pen, or tablet to the library and spend 1 hour writing among new friends and old. There will be plot games, word races, and more to get you started on your writing or to help you along. (You can also ignore those and just keep writing.)
Ages 13-17. Register here to be reminded of the Write-In.
Calling all writers and want-to-be writers between ages 13-17! Have you been saying you can't find the time to write? Are you participating in National Novel Writing Month? Do you just like writing?
Join us at WVPL in Blue Bell for a 1-2 hour write-in! Bring your laptop, your notebook and pen, or tablet to the library and spend time writing with new friends and old. There will be plot games, word races, and more to get you started on your writing or to help you along. (You can also ignore these and just keep writing.)