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MEFA Videos

Our videos are great college planning resources that provide information and guidance to help your family with every step of the way. Find videos by clicking on the categories listed below.

MEFA Loan Certification System Demo

MEFA Loan Certification System Demo

This instructional video for college administrators provides an overview of MEFA's loan certification system. Learn how to easily certify your students' loans in MEFA's online system.
Working with the U.Plan for College Administrators

Working with the U.Plan for College Administrators

Learn about the newest enhancements to the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program and find out all you need to know about managing your students' U.Plan funds on our college administrator portal.
Building & Updating a Resume with MEFA Pathway

Building & Updating a Resume with MEFA Pathway

Learn how to register for an account and build and update a resume with MEFA Pathway Your Plan for the Future, Massachusetts' free college and career planning portal.
Get to Know MEFA Pathway's Middle School Features

Get to Know MEFA Pathway's Middle School Features

MEFA Pathway's middle school portal provides a fun, engaging, age-appropriate environment where students in grades 6-8 can plan for academic and career success. Join us for a walk-through of the site to learn the many tools, activities, and resources available to help students prepare for their future.
College Planning for Families With High School Juniors

College Planning for Families With High School Juniors

Junior year of high school is the perfect time to start seriously planning for college application season. And this webinar will give you the steps to get your family started, including tips for college fairs, what to know about campus visits, and how to build the college list. We'll share plenty of resources that can help your family as you plan, and explain what to expect as you prepare for the admissions and financial aid applications. Download the webinar slides to follow along.
MEFA Pathway and MyCAP

MEFA Pathway and MyCAP

Learn how to use MEFA Pathway to implement College and Career Advising and MyCAP programs for students and review data tools in the Counselor Portal useful for student analysis.
School Counselor Webinar Series: Having the College Cost Conversation with Students and Families

School Counselor Webinar Series: Having the College Cost Conversation with Students and Families

As a school counselor, you likely play a large role helping students create their college list and decide where to ultimately enroll. College cost is a significant factor when selecting a school, and it's one that students and families should understand as they navigate the admissions and financial aid process. In this webinar, we review the information and resources that you can share to help college-bound students and their families research college costs and make informed decisions. Download the webinar slides to follow along.
Speaking With Your Financial Aid Counselor

Speaking With Your Financial Aid Counselor

The college financial aid office is a great resource to help your family understand your college bill and the financial aid you received. This webinar reviews how to find out your designated contact in the financial aid office, when you might need to get in touch with the office, and the questions you can ask. Download the webinar slides to follow along.
Get to Know MEFA Pathway's Counselor Tools

Get to Know MEFA Pathway's Counselor Tools

MEFA Pathway provides a fun, engaging environment where students in grades 6-12 can plan for academic and career success. Experience a walk-through of the counselor portal and receive an overview of the features available to you as you guide your students.
Discover & Explore Careers with MEFA Pathway

Discover & Explore Careers with MEFA Pathway

Learn how to explore career options in MEFA Pathway, our free college and career planning online portal. Students can use the results of skills and interest assessments to learn of careers that might fit them best, while also filtering by desired education level and/or career category. By starting to build a list of potential occupations, students can choose high school courses to prepare them for a particular path.
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