The Nevada College Savings Programs offer families across the state a wide variety of college savings options and plans. The following educational events are designed to assist those looking for information regarding services as well as help individuals and families navigate various college savings plans available.
Know Before You Owe
Wednesday, August 17 at 2 p.m.
Join the Student Loan Ombudsman to learn the difference between Federal vs Private student loans, the pros and cons for each, the terminology you will encounter when signing for them, and to learn about other financial aid options that may be available to you.
Nevada College Kick Start
Nevada College Kick Start Wednesday Webinar
Wednesday, August 10 at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, August 24 at 4 p.m.
Join Jamille Walton, Management Analyst, and Troy Watts, Marketing Coordinator, from the State Treasurer’s Office as they discuss the different programs and resources available to Nevadans to help them plan and save for higher education. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the Nevada College Kick Start Program and the different benefits offered through Nevada’s 529 College Savings Plans. This free virtual webinar will take place every other Wednesday in August. Those interested in attending can register for all events using the link above.
Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship
Millennium Scholarship Webinars
Wednesday, August 10 at 4 p.m.
Thursday, August 25 at 6 p.m.
Join Kristina Ramirez, Millennium Program Officer and Naomi Nevers, Millennium Administrative Assistant from the State Treasurer’s Office for a presentation on the details of how to earn and keep the Millennium Scholarship. All high school students, parents, school staff and current Millennium Scholars are encouraged to attend. This free virtual webinar will take place monthly throughout the year. Those interested in attending can register for all events using the link above.
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About the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office
The Nevada State Treasurer’s Office is responsible for several critical State functions, including State banking, and transaction management; investment and debt portfolio management; collecting and returning unclaimed property; and administering a number of college savings and scholarship programs.
The State Treasurer is elected by the people to a four-year term. Zach Conine is the current State Treasurer. For questions or more information, please email email@example.com or call 702-486-6980.