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FAFSA February (NHPS Seniors)

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FAFSA February (NHPS Seniors)

Time: February 19, 2011 from 10am to 1pm
Location: Hillhouse High School
Website or Map: http://www.newhavenpromise.org
Phone: 203-671-8048
Event Type: new, haven, promise, application/fafsa, form, day
Organized By: Adriana Arreola
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2011

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New Haven Promise will be hosting FAFSA February
These workshops will help high school seniors fill out their FAFSA and/or New Haven Promise Application forms. (Flier attached to email)
--Sat. Feb. 19 from 10am-1pm at Hillhouse Cafeteria
--Thur. Feb. 24 from 4pm-7pm at Wilbur Cross Cafeteria
--Sat. Feb. 26 from 2pm-5pm at Career Cafeteria

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