Regionally Speaking, Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Sep 30, 2020

INVestEd executive Bill Wozniak is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about how Hoosiers interested in postsecondary education can complete the FAFSA and why it’s so important. The FAFSA application opening date is coming up. Ivy Tech Community College executives also talk about the Oct. 26th start of the next 8-week-long period of classes. And Valparaiso University professor Amanda Zelechoski tells us about "Pandemic Parenting."
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Today:  Bill Wozniak, the vice president of marketing with INvestEd, Indiana's non-profit financial aid literacy and student loan organization, is with us to talk about the next opportunity for students, families and individuals seeking a change of career through postsecondary education to file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form.  He explains the form, why it is so important and how the coronavirus pandemic's changed the way they help Hoosiers find grants and other financial sources.   From Ivy Tech Community College Lake County: vice chancellor for academic affairs Margaret Semmer, vice chancellor for enrollment Keisha White and workforce consultant Dee Dee White talk about the next series of eight-week-long courses for IVTC students.  And Valparaiso University psychology professor Amanda Zelechoski explains her newest project -- a website fueled by COVID-19 titled "Pandemic Parenting."