Week 3 Assignment 1 - This article shows how persistence...

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This article shows how persistence will definitely pay off in the end if you stay committed. This article tells about a certain woman who is also a registered nurse that got hired at a children’s hospital which was great, but then also owed nearly $40,000 in student loan debt. This woman learned of a federal program that helped people with their loans, and decided then and there to go full force and take full advantage of that opportunity. Although there was a vigorous application screening process this woman stayed determined. Her determination and commitment most definitely paid off in the end. The initial grant given to her resulted in her being able to pay off 60 percent of her student loans, and after she applied for a one year extension an additional 25 percent was knocked off her debt. There is financial assistance available everywhere. You just have to take your time, put forth the effort, and have the ability to take notice of it as it comes your way. Persistence is key. Persistence Can Pay Off When Seeking Financial Assistance
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