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MEFA Videos

MEFA Videos

Our videos are great college planning resources that provide information and guidance to help your family prepare for the future. Find videos by clicking on the categories listed below. This page includes all of our recorded webinars.

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MEFA's Mission - A Message from the Executive Director

MEFA's Mission - A Message from the Executive Director

Hear from MEFA Executive Director Thomas Graf how MEFA helps families like yours plan, save, and pay for college.
How MEFA's Experts Can Help You Plan, Save, and Pay for College

How MEFA's Experts Can Help You Plan, Save, and Pay for College

Learn the types of expertise that MEFA brings to the table, and how our experts can help you figure out financial aid, borrowing for college, and more.
Your Resource for Planning, Saving, & Paying for College

Your Resource for Planning, Saving, & Paying for College

MEFA is here to help with whatever question you may have when it comes to planning, saving, and paying for college. Learn the different ways to get in touch with MEFA. You can visit us in person, call us at (800) 449-MEFA (6332), email us at info@mefa.org, or visit us on Facebook or Twitter.
How MEFA Advice Made a Difference

How MEFA Advice Made a Difference

Hear a personal story from Julie Shields-Rutyna, Director of College Planning at MEFA, of just how powerful MEFA's impact is when it comes to helping families pay for college. The financial aid process can be daunting, but MEFA is here to help every step of the way.
Meet with MEFA One on One

Meet with MEFA One on One

Anyone is welcome to walk in and talk one on one with a MEFA representative. Hear about the many families who email, call, and meet with MEFA representatives to receive assistance as they prepare for college.
College Advice for Out-of-State Students Coming to Massachusetts

College Advice for Out-of-State Students Coming to Massachusetts

Learn the resources and expertise MEFA has to offer to students coming to Massachusetts for college from out of state.
Demand for Financial Literacy Key to MEFA's Planning Resources

Demand for Financial Literacy Key to MEFA's Planning Resources

Financial literacy is a key skill for students and parents trying to find ways to pay for college. Knowing when and how much to borrow, how much to save, and other details of personal finance are critical skills for both students and parents. MEFA Executive Director Thomas Graf explains how MEFA is responding to the demand for financial literacy with resources and information to help students learn to be smart about money.
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