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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The MEFA Institute: Learn How Internships Feature can be Applied to Work-Based Learning Experiences
In this webinar for school counselors and college access professionals, learn how the Internship feature in MEFA Pathway, MEFA’s free college and career planning portal, helps students search for opportunities supporting work-based experiences, an integral component of the self-discovery journey.
College Financing with Wareham High School and Old Rochester High School
This webinar, presented with school counselors from Wareham High School and Old Rochester High School, provide information and clarity on the entire college financial aid application process. You learn about financial aid applications and types of financial aid, the factors that determine your aid eligibility, how colleges determine the amount of aid to offer, and the details of financial aid offers.
MEFA College Financing
This webinar will provide information and clarity on the entire college financial aid application process. You'll learn about financial aid applications and types of financial aid, the factors that determine your aid eligibility, how colleges determine the amount of aid to offer, and the details of financial aid offers. Download the webinar slides to follow along.
College Financing with Dan Forster from Westfield State University
This webinar, presented by Dan Forster, Vice President of Enrollment Management at Westfield State University, provide information and clarity on the entire college financial aid application process. Learn about financial aid applications and types of financial aid, the factors that determine your aid eligibility, how colleges determine the amount of aid to offer, and the details of financial aid offers.
90 Seconds with MEFA: The Attainable Savings Plan
MEFA's Associate Director of College Planning and Content Creation Jonathan Hughes explains how the Attainable Saving's Plan works, how much individuals can save, and what constitutes a qualified expense.
The MEFA Institute: Financial Aid for College Admissions Professionals
This webinar is intended for college admissions professionals and other college administrators who would like to learn about the financial aid process. Three veteran financial aid experts speak about financial aid applications and types of financial aid, the factors that determine a student’s aid eligibility, and how financial aid professionals make decisions about financial aid offers for students. Private scholarships and ways to pay the college bill are also covered as well as what admissions professionals need to learn about their own institution’s financial aid policies.
90 Seconds with MEFA: MEFA Loans
MEFA's Associate Director of College Planning and Content Creation Jonathan Hughes explains how to apply for a MEFA Loan, what options are available, and when repayment begins.
90 Seconds with MEFA: Wise Borrowing
MEFA's Associate Director of College Planning and Content Creation Jonathan Hughes explains where to find a student loan to pay for college, how you can determine how much to borrow, and what to consider when selecting the loan.
5 Ways High School Juniors Can Strengthen Their College Admissions Application
This webinar for families of high school juniors with guest speaker Andrew Carter, Senior Associate Director of Admissions from College of the Holy Cross, will give tips on how students can put forward their best college admissions application.
Preparing High School Students with Disabilities for College Success
Transitioning to college and finding appropriate support services can be challenging for students with disabilities who have utilized an IEP in high school. This webinar features panelists from Westfield State, Bridgewater State, and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) as they share details of the resources available to students with disabilities as they transition to post-secondary education.