MY FUTURE, MY WAY
It’s never too early to start funding a child’s college education. The earlier you start the more options you have to ensure you are saving in the right manner. It is critical you choose the right products and savings strategies to protect yourself against market risks and overbearing penalties on the issues like the FAFSA.
Whether you send your children to public or private K12 school the professionals at College Planning TODAY Services can help you develop a strategy to fit your needs. Did you know that some colleges will increase your financial aid by a percentage of the tuition you pay for sending your children to private K12 school? Public or private, CPTS can help you develop a strategy that fits your budget and allows your children to attend the college , trade school or entrepreneurship path best suited for their goals and needs.
First Steps Toward College
WHEN Should I Begin Thinking About College?It is never too early to plan for college. You may want to start thinking about the possibilities now, but you definitely should begin seriously thinking about college when you enter the middle school grades (6th through 8th grade)."College" means
Pretend that you could create the perfect college. What type of school would be just right for you?Answer the following questions to help you create your dream school.1. Where would this college be located (State, city)?2, What size would the school be?3. What classes would you take (computer, theater)?4. What types of social activities would be offered (sports, clubs)?
About Four-year Colleges
Many students attend a four-year college after graduating from high school. They earn a degree once they have completed a program of study. A four-year college usually offers a bachelor's degree in the arts (e.g, English, history, drama) or sciences (e.g., biology, computer science, engineering). Some four-year colleges offer advance degrees such as a master's or other graduate degree.
About Two-year Colleges
A two-year community college or junior college awards an associate degree once a student has completed a two-year course of study. Some two-year colleges grant diplomas or certificated to students who have met course requirements and are ready to practice in their career fields.You can start at a two-year college then transfer to a four-year college, if for example, you're concerned about college costs (community or public junior colleges usually cost less than a four-year colleges), A two-year college is also a good option if you want to boost your grades before going to a four-year college
About Career Schools
Career schools typically offer programs that take two years or less to complete. These schools provide students with formal classes and hands-on experiences related to their future career interests. Students may earn a diploma or a certificate, prepare for a licensing exam, or study to begin work as an apprentice or a journeyman in a skilled trade.
Select the best answer based on what you have now understand about college1.When should you consider college?
1.When should you consider college?
2. Where can you earn a bachelor's degree?
3. Where can you earn an associate degree?
4. At a career school, students may do which of the following?
Special Note!!! YOU who procrastanate through excuses of doing every thing else while planning to show up to the importance of your future late does not equal an emergency to the world around you who already did the work while YOU did have time to see. The only place that Success comes before Work is in the dictionary. "Kiongozi
Your future ~ Don't delay get started TODAY!!
You have heard of all of the talk regarding "out of control" student loan debt. Politians are debating over paying off just some of the debt and how is that going? College debt has surpassed $1.7 trillion dollars in the United States, surpassing even credit card debt. You don't have to drown in this debt!
The representatives at CPTS can help you with a plan to help reduce or even eliminate student loan debt. You must get started TODAY!!
The Colligate Entrepreneurship Network
The CEN is the network that allows adults (those 18 years or older) to come into a network of other entrepreneurs for the benefit of forming partnerships and business collaborations.
In our regular 10-Step Program you will use Step 4 (for Academic) you will substitute this Step with the colligate network. Rather than paying a company that doesn’t benefit you to do your taxes the network can do your taxes and invest the money (up to $500) towards your entrance into the network.
Get paid to help others obtain college and career readiness resources while building a lucrative income to support your own college, career and dream plans.
Since July 24, 2009, the federal government has mandated a nationwide minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. At this rate, many individuals would have to work an average of nearly 39 hours just to bring home $283 (before taxes, FICA, etc) and after $224 week
What if you could make $250 per day or $1000 a week in a fraction of the time? You can by becoming an entrepreneur. Start at your own pace and build your business.
With the money, you generate in the "Network" you are able to build your very own business team.
WELCOME to the NEW era in College Planning TODAY Services known as the CPTS PREP BOOK.
VOLUME 6 - Entrepreneurship Edition
FORTUNE BUILDER PROGRAM
CPTS continues to spread in many places around the country. We are looking to bring on 500 more Independent Busness Owners (IBO's) in 2023.
We also look to bring on 200 additional IBO's outside of the United States in 2023.
AS ENTREPRENEURS you will have an opportunity to earn money towards funding your business.
EARN UP TO 10,000 points ($10,000-scholarships)
Opportunity to earn up to $10,000 for capital to start or fund a business!!!
For individuals that are ready to build a business/ self employment.