The 2022-2023 Annual Statewide Financial Aid Workshop
registration is now open for both in-person workshops and virtual
events. In 2022-2023 the Commission will host more than 60
in-person workshops and several live, virtual workshops via
Register here for an in-person or virtual workshop
The California College Guidance
Initiative works to smooth the path to college for California
students and unify the efforts of the institutions that serve
Travis Credit Union has a commitment
and dedication toward building authentic community impact through
what they call their “Awesome Cause” – Financial Education,
Financial Literacy and Financial Advocacy.
For more than 15 years, our San
Francisco-based organization has transformed individuals and
fueled broader changes around the country. With our resources and
support, undocumented people are able to get an education, pursue
careers, and build a brighter future for themselves and their
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CaliforniaColleges.edu can help make
implementing AB 469 easier for educators. Learn more about our
Financial Aid Tools for students and educators.
The Education Trust—West is a
nonprofit educational equity organization focused on educational
justice and closing achievement and opportunity gaps from
preschool through college through research, data, policy
analysis, and advocacy.
Shared prosperity. Economic mobility.
Social capital for all. This is what Moneythink is about. We help
students understand their financial options and the impact of
their choices so they can have the best chance for college and
CollegeVine is used by millions of
students and parents every year to succeed in their college
admissions journey. Get support from experts and peers alike.
The Northern California College
Promise Coalition is a regional effort to bring together leaders,
practitioners and resources and share leadership over the shape
of college success efforts in the region.
Fastweb is a free scholarship search
platform that connects students to scholarships and financial aid
tools. Our goal is to help you find scholarships to make school
Our mission is to increase the rate at
which underrepresented students access and complete
post-secondary education. Formed in 2005, Southern California
College Attainment Network (SoCal CAN) is an alliance of 110
organizations working together to support the college and career
aspirations of 150,000 students in the region.
Our vision is to the point: making sure students from all
backgrounds succeed in reaching their goals and improving their
families and communities, eliminating achievement gaps once and
10,000 Degrees is a nationally
recognized leader in supporting students from low-income
backgrounds to and through college and beyond.
Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) engages, empowers
and transforms families by providing the knowledge and the skills
to partner with schools and communities to ensure their students
achieve their full potential.
OneGoal is working to create a world where all students can earn
a college degree and define their future.
Beyond 12 is a national
technology-based nonprofit whose mission is to significantly
increase the number of students from under-resourced communities
who graduate from college and who translate their degrees into
meaningful employment and choice-filled lives.
A Student led virtual hub of college
resources, information and resources to help students achieve
their educational goals.
We aim to guide young people in Stockton toward an impactful life
Richmond Promise is a community-wide
college success initiative to build a college graduating culture
in Richmond, CA. The Richmond Promise was created with the belief
that all Richmond students should have the opportunity to develop
their skills and reach their full potential, regardless of race,
income level, or personal background.
WestEd — a nonpartisan, nonprofit
research, development, and service agency — works with education
and other communities throughout the United States and abroad to
promote excellence, achieve equity, and improve learning for
children, youth, and adults.
uAspire is a nonprofit organization ensuring that all young
people have the financial information and resources necessary to
find an affordable path to and through college.
The Department of Financial Protection
and Innovation (DFPI) licenses and regulates student loan
servicers operating in California.