Dent student debt through the OCUF Student Loan Forgiveness Grant

Published by: Jamila Collins

September 30, 2020 | Ohio Credit Union League Foundation

We know that student loan repayment isn’t fun, but the Ohio Credit Union Foundation (OCUF) is here to help you eliminate some of your student debt by awarding three $5,000 Student Loan Forgiveness GrantsApply on the OCUF web page by Friday, Oct. 30, with your response to the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the financial services industry and how credit unions are uniquely poised to lead the charge. Entries will be narrowed by League staff based on creativity, details of the essay, and knowledge of the credit union Movement. The five highest-scoring entries will then be judged by OCUF board members. Winners will be announced Monday, Dec. 7. Don’t miss your opportunity to put a dent in your student debt.

For questions or assistance, please contact League Advocacy Coordinator Jamila Collins.

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