Financial Aid Literacy Curriculum: Educator’s Portal
Adopt The Financial Aid Literacy Curriculum for your school or program (i.e. Trio/Gear Up)!
Is the lack of money for college a major problem for many of your students?
Do your students struggle with applying for financial aid?
Are your students lacking the skills on how to submit professional looking scholarship applications?
Do your students need help with completing the FAFSA?
Do your students need help with decoding their financial aid award letters?
Instructors and program coordinators want solutions to these concerns – and The Scholarship Workshop (Financial Aid Literacy) Curriculum is their answer. The Scholarship Workshop Curriculum was developed specifically for college-bound high school students and parents (especially low-income and first-generation students). Our curriculum is based on The Scholarship Workbook (textbook). This curriculum’s detailed lesson plans can be tailored to fit your program’s needs.
The Scholarship Workshop Curriculum is recommended for schools, Trio Programs, Gear Up Programs, and other educational programs to help their college-bound students in grades 9 – 12 and their parents. The Scholarship Workshop Curriculum is the most effective way to guide your students and their parents, step-by-step, through the entire process of understanding, searching and applying for financial aid to help them pay for college.
The Scholarship Workshop Curriculum allows you to deliver the financial aid material in a way that accelerates and reinforces your students’ learning about apply for financial aid.
Comprehensive, turnkey curriculum.
We’ve done the planning for you!
The Financial Aid Literacy Curriculum includes:
With in-class activities, discussions, lecture notes, tips and more, our Facilitator’s Guide is your go-to resource for teaching The Scholarship Workshop curriculum. <Learn More>
The Scholarship Workbook (1 Textbook):
The Scholarship Workbook will teach your students how to search and apply for financial aid, complete the FAFSA and more in 7 steps. <Learn More>
The syllabus will provide your workshop’s participants with clear objectives, student outcomes, and homework assignments for each lesson. <Learn More>
Our curriculum is based on the Scholarship Workbook textbook. This detailed lesson plan can be customized based on your program’s needs. <Learn More>
There are 7 corresponding PowerPoint Presentations that will make your classroom presentations visually dynamic, clear, and interactive. <Learn More>
Activities and Discussions:
There are several in-class activities and group discussions that will make learning enjoyable and reinforce key course concepts. <Learn More>
Most lessons have a corresponding review quiz. You can give the quiz as a group or individually to students to test their understanding about the information taught in the previous lesson. <Learn More>
Our Promotional Kit will help you plan, market, and host your Scholarship Workshop. You will have access to downloadable templates, flyers, and images to promote your Scholarship Workshop. <Learn More>
The Educator’s Portal offers educators a wide variety of instructor tools to programs that adopt our Financial Aid Literacy Curriculum. The instructor tools include downloadable: PowerPoint Slides, Quizzes, Activity Forms, Social Media Scripts, and marketing tools (i.e. posters, flyers and web banner images) to promote your Scholarship Workshop.
Sign up for the Financial Aid Literacy Curriculum: Educator’s Portal to allow us to show you how to present and plan your own financial aid workshop.
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 60 hours
- Skill level Educator's Only
- Language English
- Students 36
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Phase 1: Scholarships Toolkits
Phase 2: FAFSA Toolkit
Phase 3: Financial Aid Award Letters Toolkit