Resources for Federal Employees
No matter where you’re at in your federal career, explore our resources and topics exclusively for Feds so you can feel secure along all the stages of your journey.
College Funding Guide
The 2020 College Funding Guide is an essential tool to help unlock doors for future success. This guide contains all the latest information about getting a college degree, including: types...
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Federal Jobs By College Major
Working for the Federal Government can be a wonderful career choice. However, finding the right job for you, based on your interest and academic major, can be a little confusing....
10 Ways to Pay Off Your Student Debt
In the United States, federal loans make up the vast majority of loans taken out by students – just over $1.48 trillion worth. Paying off student debt can be very...
12 Ways to Cut College Costs
A college education is a big investment of time, money, and effort. The hardest part, however, is figuring out how to pay for it. Whether a student wants to go...
What Does College Debt Have to Do With Life Insurance?
Planning for the unexpected may help ease the financial stress of college tuition. One in four Americans have student loan debt. Student loan debt is one of the biggest financial...
January 29, 2021
FEEA Offers Free Online Tutoring Program for Kids of Eligible Federal Employees
Apply today and access academic tutoring for most K-12 subjects. Students across the country are experiencing educational loss and disruption due to the pandemic. Creating stressful environments for parents who...
January 13, 2021
4 Tips for College Funding
According to U.S. News, the average cost of college tuition in 2018-2019 ranged from $9,716 to $35,676. These costs are based on whether the college was private or public and in-...
June 7, 2019
Should You Use a 529 to Plan for Your Child’s College Education?
A 529 plan is a program run by a state or educational institution with unique incentives and tax advantages aimed at making it easier for parents to save for post-secondary...
August 21, 2018