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An estimated 9 million public service employees across the U.S. and 524,000 in New York may be eligible for student loan forgiveness!
Let’s make it happen!
Last year, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) announced a temporary opportunity for expanded loan forgiveness for borrowers who work in public service. The goal was to remedy past administrative and program implementation failures. Millions of borrowers across the U.S. may have their federal loans forgiven or get closer to forgiveness through what is known as the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Temporary Waiver Opportunity.
Action may be required by October 31, 2022, to benefit from this relief. Help us spread the word! If you or anyone you know works for a government or non-profit employer, take advantage of our upcoming webinars and resources below.
Live Webinars About the Public Service Loan Forgiveness and Temporary Waiver Opportunity
FOR STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS
Join any of our upcoming bi-weekly webinars to learn about eligibility requirements and the application process, and to get answers to any questions you might have.
For step-by-step PSLF guidance, including FAQs, visit:
Completing the PSLF Employment and Application Form:
Feel lost? Need more help? Contact EDCAP—888-614-5004 or email us at email@example.com. We are free and unbiased!
If you are a non-profit or government employer, join any of our upcoming webinars to learn more about the latest PSLF relief and how you can help your employees get student loan forgiveness—at no cost to you! These webinars are for organization leadership and Human Resources staff.
PSLF Waiver Success Stories
Cynthia Chaldekas, a Senior Librarian at the New York Public Library, had over $96,000 forgiven through the PSLF waiver. Cynthia has been in public service her entire career.
Albert Robinson, an Associate Director at Bronx Community College, had $66,000 forgiven through PSLF.
Kelly Gonzalez, a director at a non-profit, has been practicing public interest law for twenty years. She had $50,000 forgiven through the PSLF waiver.