New NSLSC GoToWebinar Platform


The National Student Loan Services Center regional representatives are available to provide presentations for your staff and students to educate them on the repayment process.  We are introducing a new initiative where these presentations can now be attended via webinar (approx. 45 minutes – 1 hour in length). We will provide pre-set dates and times for the webinars; schools and students will be able to register for the session that best fits their schedule. Participants have the option of signing in on a computer, tablet or via their Android or iPhone device for convenience.

In the event your school is having a webinar for a mass audience, we will require a staff member to moderate the presentation.  This person will receive a checklist of actions required by them before, during and after the presentation.  All participants will receive support material which will include handouts and Swag.

To register, click on the link provided below, choose the time and date that works best for you and your students.  You will then receive an e-mail confirmation with the webinar login information.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/9091886205345409794

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any one of the following:

Violet Reid – violet.reid@dh.com or 780-860-4008

Steven de Munnik – steven.demunnik@dh.com or 416-570-3802

Deena Balsdon – deena.balsdon@dh.com or 416-624-0921

 


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