In conjunction with the government’s new campaign to email perspective students that could use consultation on debt incurred from loans, US College Assistance plans to extend a complimentary strategic effort by offering advice, explaining options, and fielding questions that may arise from the crisis.  “We think there are lots of people who could benefit from our income-based repayment programs but haven’t signed up, and we want to get to them before they default,” said Arne Duncan, the education secretary. “The challenge is getting the word out.” To do that, the department is planning to send e-mails to those who seem most likely to benefit from the programs, explaining debt-relief plans based on the borrower’s income.

In order to avoid a continuation of last year’s  600,000 defaulted borrowers, USCA has launched a proactive campaign that it feels will have a noticeable impact on students, jobs, and the overall long term condition of  our economy.  “Extended hours, mass hiring, job creation and additional internships are just a few examples of the private sector push we plan on executing”  –  Steve Berg,  CEO – USCA

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