Funds For Learning Introduces "My E-rate Guides"

“We know that not every applicant needs help from a third party,” said John Harrington, CEO of Funds For Learning. “Sometimes they just need one question answered or a clarification, a little information."
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Funds For Learning has added a suite of new services. My E-rate Guides℠ brings monthly online learning events, a community Q&A forum, an on-demand archive and hourly consulting opportunities to applicants as they navigate the federal E-rate funding program.

Based on a monthly or annual subscription model, My E-rate Guides℠ is a professional service providing E-rate applicants with access to expert information. 

  • Online learning: Monthly events focused on timely, relevant updates.
  • Community Q&A: Forum to connect with and learn from colleagues every month.
  • On-demand archive: 24/7 access to past events and resources.
  • Hourly consulting: As-needed, fee-based access to Funds For Learning expert consultants.

Funds For Learning clients and E-rate Manager subscribers receive free access to My E-rate Guides℠. For more information, visit http://www.fundsforlearning.com/myguides.

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