Next NHSC S2S Applications FAQ Section Announced

For anyone interested in taking part in the NHSC Students to Service (S2S) Loan Repayment Program (LRP), here’s a big opportunity:

On Thursday, September 21st, you can join the National Health Services Corps S2S Open Application Chat, where experts from the Corps will be answering any and all questions about the program, applications, benefits, etc.

Here’s the official details I just received via email:

S2S Open Application Chat
Thursday, September 21
8 – 9 p.m. ET

NHSC Facebook Event page

Are you applying for the NHSC Students to Service (S2S) Loan Repayment Program (LRP)? Want to know what documents are needed? Have other questions related to the NHSC? Attend our next Facebook Event: National Health Services Corps S2S Open Application Chat.

During the live chat, you will:

Receive real-time answers to your NHSC questions about the Students to Service LRP, eligibility and the application process.
Speak to program staff, site administrators and other clinicians about how the transition process works and how to find NHSC-approved sites.
Let us know you’re coming! You can also post questions in advance on the event page.

If you’re interested in finding about the many other forgiveness benefits available to Nurses and Healthcare workers, then be sure to check out the following pages of my site:

If you have any questions about these benefits, please feel free to ask away in the Comments section below.

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Tim's experience struggling with crushing student loan debt led him to create the website Forget Student Loan Debt in 2011, where he offers advice, tips and tricks for paying off student loans as quickly and affordably as possible.

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