Education

II Careers

Our Vision Is Realistic

We want to assist more than 250,000 children and adults nationwide. 
Educating K-Adults with requisite knowledge on how to start and complete school could positively influence future careers.

Getting Started

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Partners

Our partners come from all occupations, and put their individual experience and expertise to work for the greater good of our community.

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At Education II Careers, we are working to create hope and the opportunity for a better world. By completing a simple survey, we can start working on your student default, consolidating student loans, completing the FAFSA, and educating you on returning to school.

Our Mission Is Simple

Our mission is to educate, motivate, & improve society.
We want to make a difference. That takes a real-world approach. It takes action.


  • Providing tools and resources for K-Adult Learners

  • Respect for, by, and among shareholders and communities

  • Ethics, honesty, transparency, and responsiveness

  • Desire to educate, motivate, and improve society


About US

Education II Careers was established after we identified a real need - educating students on financial aid.
With our strong base of educators and business professionals, we can assist with student loan consolidations, student defaults, FAFSA, providing information on hundreds of scholarships, and much more. We are empowered to pursue our mission and cause.

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and questionnaire

Support by business professionals and educators who understand the value of success.

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate, motivate,
& improve society.
We want to make an impact on today’s youth for tomorrow’s success.

Start Today

At Education II Careers, we not only help for a minimum fee on the FAFSA applications, student loan defaults, and consolidating student loans, we also volunteer our time to the community and small organizations providing valuable information about scholarships, grants, and continuing education and training beyond high school.