Public Service Loan Forgiveness: Employer Toolkit

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is a federal program that forgives student loan debt for nonprofit employees after 120 qualifying payments. The first applicants will be eligible for forgiveness in 2017.

CalNonprofits created a downloadable Toolkit of materials for nonprofit employers that includes the following:

  • A Guide to Setting Up An Employer Program – A step-by-step guide for tailoring a support program to your organization’s needs.
  • Employer Certification Form – The key form for employers and employees taking advantage of Public Service Loan Forgiveness
  • Employer FAQ – Answers all of the your questions about the support program
  • Employee FAQ – Ready for distribution to your employees, this answers all of their questions about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness   Program and includes a chart outlining the student loan repayment plans
  • Employee Email – A sample email to your employees announcing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Support Program
  • Employee Onboarding Letter – A sample letter for use in recruiting and/or onboarding new employees
  • RECORDING: Accessing Public Service Loan Forgiveness Webinar

    youtube iconLearn more about the PSLF program (and waiver) and how it can help you get your student loan forgiven via this recording of a live webinar we held in February. You’ll get the inside scoop from representatives of the U.S. Department of Education, the Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC) and the first-ever Student Loan Ombudsperson at the CA Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI). The slide deck from the webinar is here.


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