How Students Can Connect Interests to Potential Careers

In MEFA Pathway, students can complete the What are your Interests? and What are your Work Values? assessments to generate a list of potential careers, and then view the tasks, wages, and required education associated with each career.  Read More

Use MEFA Pathway to Easily Create a Resume

Students add sports, clubs, honors and awards, skills and strengths, employment, and community service to their Profile, check off the information they would like to include in a particular resume, add an objective statement, and and save as many resume versions as they would like.  Read More

MEFA Pathway is Ready for the 2018-19 School Year!

Learn the features of MEFA Pathway, including engaging assessments, a college search tool, a college application manager, college cost calculators, a scholarship search engine, a resume builder, and a digital portfolio.  Read More

Summer Months Lend Themselves to New Pathways

Students can use MEFA Pathway this summer to engage in college planning activities specific to their grade level such as taking Get to Know Yourself assessments, creating a Profile, building a Career List, adding Goals and Strategies, creating a College List, building a Scholarship List, and using the Application Manager.  Read More

Build Your Resume with MEFA Pathway

Learn how to build your resume for college and employment applications by creating a profile, going to Profile Details, recording sports, clubs, honors and awards, employment, community service, and skills, and importing the resume to Resume Builder, where it can be downloaded as a PDF or Microsoft Word document.  Read More

Learn how to compare colleges with MEFA Pathway

Learn how to use the MEFA Pathway College Compare tool to compare schools on features such as size, setting, graduation rate, in-state vs. out-of-state tuition, total cost of attendance, and GPA of incoming freshmen.  Read More

Learn about the cost of borrowing from MEFA Pathway’s Loan Cost Estimator

The tool provides students a monthly student loan payment and total loan cost based on a potential loan amount borrowed. Then, it assesses the ease of repayment based on a chosen career. Read More

MEFA News

MEFA Loan Rate Decreases Amid Rising Interest Rates

Contact: Lisa Rooney (617) 224-4838 lrooney@mefa.org BOSTON – The starting interest rate on the state’s college loan will decrease for the upcoming academic year in contrast to the increase in…

College Financing

College Financing Seminar

December 10, 2018

6:30pm—8:30pm

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