Kevin Y. Brown is the founder of mydebtfreecollege.com and is an authority on how to attend and graduate from college debt-free. He also lectures on personal identity and maximizing potential and resources. By building and maintaining positive relationships with Clark Atlanta University professors and administrators, and doing all, that was necessary to “meet everyone halfway”
Kevin strategically made his way through college without incurring student loan debt. Since graduating, Kevin has been helping others identify resources for a debt-free college education.
Meet Kevin online and receive free college financial training at http://mydebtfreecollege.com
Ways Anyone Can Graduate from College DEBT-FREE: A Guide to Post-College Freedom
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Paperback: 226 pages
Publisher: Legacy Thinking Labs (December 8, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
Founder of MyDebtFreeCollege.com,
Kevin Y. Brown, author of 10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate from College
DEBT-FREE: A Guide to Post Graduate Freedom reflects back on his college
experience…” If I have to take out a loan for college, I’m dropping out!” is
what he said to his dormitory hall director, a few days in to college. With
zero knowledge of the college, financing system Kevin took it upon himself
to be proactive and take control of his college finances. Upon graduation,
Kevin proved to have kept his promise to himself and today he is free of any
With approximately 37 million student loan borrowers having outstanding student loans and people in the 18 to 24--age bracket spending nearly 30% of their monthly income on student loan debt repayment there is a need for a guide to help students navigate the financial aspects of college life and avoid the pitfalls of student loans and related college debt.
10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate From College DEBT-FREE provides:
10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate From College DEBT-FREE shows readers that a DEBT-FREE college education is possible no matter their challenges.
Founder of African-American Literature Book Club On Supporting Our Works
Troy Johnson founded the African American Literature Book Club (AALBC) in 1998 to nurture the love of reading African American books amongst African American readers. He’s certainly made a lot of headway. It’s now one of the most popular websites of its kind online. The Atanta Post correspondent Kevin Y.Brown sat down with Johnson to discuss the success and the impact of his website and organization.