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#CollegeCash “Tweet Chat” on MBA Admissions

June 23 2014 By The MBA Exchange
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The MBA Exchange is proud to be the featured guest of College Financial Aid Advisors (CFAA) for a special Tweet chat designed for 2014-15 bschool applicants. The online session will take place on Thursday, June 26, 2014, starting at 8:00 pm EDT. The weekly chat #CollegeCash receives more than ten million impressions per week, making it a top resource for applicants. Representing The MBA Exchange will be its CEO and founder, Dan Bauer, a graduate of Harvard Business School. He will be addressing questions to help inform and benefit future MBAs worldwide. Participants can inquire about the latest trends in admissions, key elements of successful candidacies, changes in the application process, and more. “We’re honored to participate in this exciting event,” said Bauer. “CFAA’s leadership in and expertise on the topic of financial aid is amazing. The firm demonstrates professionalism and client dedication every step of the way. We consider CFAA as a major resource for business school applicants seeking to understand and manage the economic realities of a six-figure education.” CFAA provides one-on-one guidance and support for those seeking financial aid for higher education. They advise their clients on the process of applying for and establishing financial aid in a manner that is both effortless and precise. CFAA’s founder Jodi Okun has over a decade of experience in the financial aid industry. She is a brand ambassador for Discover Student Loans and a former Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Occidental College. Jodi writes for the Huffington Post and was ranked # 4 among “Top 99 Twitter Accounts Covering Financial Aid.” “We’re very excited about having The MBA Exchange as the first business school admissions firm to be featured in our weekly #College Chat series. Their 18-year reputation for client success and satisfaction is truly impressive. CFAA is proud to launch this relationship for the benefit of MBA applicants across the U.S. and around the world.”