Training Services from the MDHE
The MDHE offers free in-person workshops and pre-recorded webcasts for Missouri's financial aid community, high school counselors, and other college access professionals. Choose from the following training opportunities to meet the needs of you and your staff. Don't miss out! Receive training services announcements by subscribing to our electronic communications.
A series of webcasts designed for financial aid newcomers– providing a high-level overview of financial aid processes and federal and state aid programs– will be uploaded in March 2013. Slated webcast topics include the FAFSA, student eligibility requirements, federal student aid programs, Missouri state aid programs, financial literacy, default prevention and an overview of the MDHE's online services and resources.
A half-day training to deliver the latest trends used to encourage students to graduate from college with less debt, in addition to exploring ways in which institutions can help lower their cohort default rate.
Upon request, a MDHE speaker is available for your customized presentation on a variety of topics to keep you informed with the latest knowledge and resources.
An online resource sponsored by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that allows Missouri citizens to determine their career interests, create an educational plan, and develop job searching strategies.
Web-based tutorials that provide clear and concise explanations of programs and processes for Missouri professionals and students.