This newsletter is for YOU!
It will include a summary of important information that pertains to you, an E2L saver. 
Your January Savers Newsletter
Happy New Year!

We hope that you had a restful winter break and that you're all set to begin the spring 2017 term!

Take a few minutes to read over this newsletter as it contains important reminders and information about recent past and upcoming events. 
Upcoming Events

Central Az and ASU Events

Spring Welcome (Kick) Back
Thursday 1/12/2017 -  12:30PM-2:30PM
Taylor Place Shade  Garden, Downtown Phoenix Campus

MLK March on West
Wednesday 1/18/2017 -  11:00AM-Noon
Paley Gates to Kiva Courtyard, West Campus

E2L Semester Kick-Off Party
All central Az students will be invited to our semester kick-off party later in January!
Friday 1/27/2017 4pm-6pm
Southern Az and UofA Events

UofA: Deadline to pay tuition on all ALL UNITS registered as of 1/8/17 --> Jan 11 2017

Free Concert - Tucson Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. 
Jan 15th 3pm

Free Film Screening - "Generation Startup" 
Jan 18th

Rec on the Mall 
Discover all of the clubs, sports, and activities without going to the rec!
Jan 19th 11am-1pm
Northern Az and NAU Events

Arizona Scholarships Workshop
Thursday, January 12

Last day of Winter semester
Friday, January 13
1/13/2017, All Day 

Start of Spring Semester
Tuesday, January 17
1/17/2017, All Day 

"War, Torture, and Consequence" a conversation with Eric Fair
Monday, January 30
1/30/2017, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM  Info Here
Earn to Learn's Volunteer Program

E2L is proud to announce the launch of our new Volunteer Program in Southern Az!

The Volunteer Program will connect you, our students, to volunteer opportunities in the Tucson community. This is one of many components Earn to Learn is implementing to engage our students beyond our scholarships. 
How will this impact you?
  • This is a chance to impact your community.
  • You can connect with local businesses and organizations.
  • Volunteering is a great addition to your resume.
  • You will have the possibility to develop new skills and knowledge.
  • You will meet and volunteer with E2L staff and other E2L students.
  • Volunteering is fun!
If you are interested in more information or have questions about this new program you can contact Taylor Whitehead at

Be on the look out for emails regarding future volunteer opportunities!

Recent Events

Southern Az Gingerbread & Hot Chocolate Party

Our high school and UofA savers came out for a fun night of gingerbread decorating and holiday trivia. The tamales and hot chocolate were delicious and everyone had the chance to relax a bit before finals. 

We look forward to seeing you at our next Southern Az event!
Happening Near You...
If it's snowing in your region, E2L wants to see your pics!

Tag your Instagram photos #E2Lsnowday and follow us on IG. 
We'll repost some of your photos next week!

Check out this photo by @laura.herrera98

If you haven't finished your 12 courses, remember to continue your SALT progress  

Monthly Deposits
Remember to make your Earn to Learn deposit by January 15th.
FAFSA Deadlines
All students who will be enrolled in college or community college next year are required to file their FAFSA in order to be eligible to receive funding. 

UofA Priority Deadline: March 1st 2017 -  more info
NAU & ASU Priority Deadlines are past but you can still file!

Reach out to your success coach if you need assistance filing your FAFSA. 
Other Opportunities
These are not a requirement of E2L nor does E2L have any affiliation with the following. They are simply opportunities that may benefit you. 

Dorrance $12,000/year Scholarship
FAFSA Deadline for the Dorrance scholarship: January 15th

Metropolitan Education Commission Resources

We're so happy to be able to share our news, upcoming events, deadlines, and scholarship information with you in our monthly newsletter! If you have a success story you'd like to share with us, contact your success coach. We'd love to hear from you!

Genesis Matthew Florendo is studying public health at the UofA and as a junior is working on his prerequisites for nursing. In a recent interview, Genesis said, "g etting an education isn't free, and after everything my family and teachers have done, it is now up to me to make sure that I am making the right decisions." 

Read his entire story here!
Earn to Learn   |  e