UMA Rockland to Host Info Session About HOPE Financial Support for Higher Ed Students
The UMA Rockland Center will host an information session about the new HOPE Program (Higher Opportunity for Employment) on Monday, March 9 from 12:00 noon to 1:00PM at the Rockland Center, 91 Camden Street 4th floor.
The HOPE Program www.maine.gov/dhhs/hope
helps Maine families pursue training and education beyond high school by addressing barriers to success. HOPE provides immediate financial support to eligible parents so they may complete education programs.
You might be eligible if:
* You are a parent or caretaker relative of a minor child.
* You are at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level.
* You are not receiving TANF or PAS cash benefits.
*You are enrolled or accepted into an eligible education program.
Student Navigator, Teri Mann, will make the presentation at URock. As a Student Navigator she is ready to assist you with information and the application process.
Preregistration is not required but encouraged by calling URock at 596-6906 since lunch will be served. This information session is free.