Press Release (ePRNews.com) - EMERYVILLE, Calif. - May 29, 2018 - After college, life can be vastly different than what people are expecting. Especially if the once-student is experiencing the world for the first time outside of academia. Where a student might have found themselves in a classroom filled with anywhere from 10 to 85 or more students if it was an auditorium class, now they might be only surrounded by a few coworkers. Depending on the job of the individual, they may meet more people and make some lasting connections, but very frequently, once people leave the college campus they discover that making friends is less and less common, or potentially expensive. American Financial Benefits Center, a document preparation service company, encourages people to take a step outside of their comfort zone and try new things socially in ways that might be easier on the wallet. If a student loan borrower can take part in an income-driven repayment program, on top of saving money by doing cheaper community activities, they may be able to focus on the new relationships, and not on financial worry.
Outside of college, people are fully immersed in the buzzing society that emphasizes people using every minute they can to be as productive as possible in as many ways that they can. Seeing what goes on locally in the community and taking part in it is a great way outside of college to meet others while doing something that gives back to themselves as well and still scratches the urge to be productive. Individuals don’t meet other people by sitting around their houses all day. They have to go out and garner new experiences. Instead, getting involved with the community by volunteering, participating in community sports or even just checking up-and-coming artists of all varieties can provide experiences and make connections never before thought of. “Outside of college, adults are busy, and it’s hard to try and branch out of the normal routine. But just a little bit of effort for something like volunteering can produce some great things that can help lead into the next opportunity, without potentially being financially stressful,” said Sara Molina, manager at AFBC.
Just a few hours of doing something with others as they get to know each other can ease the emotional burden of feeling alone, especially if the people getting out connect and realize they have similar experiences and issues once they’ve left college. Community events also tend to be cheap if not free, easing off of the pocketbook, so that stress from things like payments from student loans don’t creep into the new socializing experience. American Financial Benefits Center has been there to help student loan borrowers who qualify ease off the financial burden by helping them apply to income-driven repayment programs so that they can put more energy into exploring the world around them.
Outside of college, adults are busy, and it’s hard to try and branch out of the normal routine. But just a little bit of effort for something like volunteering can produce some great things that can help lead into the next opportunity, without potentially being financially stressful.
About American Financial Benefits Center
American Financial Benefits Center is a document preparation company that helps clients apply for federal student loan repayment plans that fit their personal financial and student loan situation. Through its strict customer service guidelines, the company strives for the highest levels of honesty and integrity.
Each AFBC telephone representative has received the Certified Student Loan Professional certification through the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA).
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