The Pedrozzi Foundation is hosting a workshop to help students and families complete and submit the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application.
Wednesday – Jan. 25, 2017
6:00 – 9:00 PM – Drop in anytime
Granada High School Library
400 Wall Street, Livermore, CA
Workshop is free and open to all Tri-Valley high school seniors and current college students.
The Pedrozzi Foundation encourages students from families of all income levels to complete the FAFSA to access all available forms of financial aid to pay for college and career training: federal and state grants, work-study funds, federal student loans, and scholarships from universities and private providers.
85% of students have a chance of receiving some kind of financial aid.
92% of applicants from low-income households receive grant money, which never has to be paid back.
Come Prepared – Bring the following to the workshop:
- FSA ID for each student, parent or guardian – go to fsaid.ed.gov to create 24 hours prior
- Driver’s license, Social Security Card number for each student, parent or guardian or Permanent Residency Card (if applicable) or other Individual Taxpayer Identification (ITIN) for each student, parent or guardian
- Student and parent or guardian 2015 tax information – most students and parents can automatically upload their 2015 tax return information into the FAFSA.
- Investment records, including 529 plans or other prepaid college plans (if applicable)
- Current bank statements for checking, savings & other asset accounts
- Any records of untaxed income such as welfare benefits, Social Security benefits or child support payments
- List of colleges you are interested in attending
Questions – Contact the Pedrozzi Foundation at info@PedrozziFoundation.org or 925.456.3700
We thank our workshop sponsors: Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, Eastbay Consortium, Congressman Eric Swalwell, Assemblywoman Catharine Baker and Livermore Mayor John Marchand.
Download and share the workshop flyer.
Phyillis Macharia, Student Intern Fall 2016 – Congressman Eric Swallwell, shares why she is a champion for FAFSA.