How Can Loan Forgiveness Changes Help Nonprofit Workers?

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program should represent a much-needed lifeline for nonprofit workers who are having a hard time keeping their heads above water, but it has been plagued by cumbersome requirements and alarming mismanagement. A well-functioning loan forgiveness program certainly matters to those who are directly affected, but it is equally important for the nonprofit sector’s ability to attract and retain diverse and qualified employees. Recent changes to the program have helped over one million borrowers gain additional forgiveness. Could you or your employees be among them?

Join this special policy update webinar with an expert from the U.S. Department of Education to hear how the Department of Education’s temporary waiver could give borrowers more paths to forgiveness and what needs to be done before the waiver expires. We’ll also dig into the latest policy updates from Washington: Will a Build Back Better deal finally unlock much-needed investments in civic infrastructure, like child care and workforce development? While key tax incentives for charitable giving remain expired, will legislators take more targeted action for middle-income givers?

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Event Date(s): 
Thursday, June 30, 2022, 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Ashley Harrington, Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid
Ana Montañez, Manager of Government Relations, Independent Sector
Wes Coulam, Managing Director, Washington Council Ernst & Young LLP
Jessica Cameron, Senior, Washington Council Ernst & Young
Anywhere, NC 00000
United States