At Earning Social and CollegeWorks USA, we are committed to empowering students to overcome student loan debt. Everyone is behind us! Monica Amadio, President CollegeWorks, USA
Wilimington, Delaware (PRWEB) May 19, 2016
A New Jersey-based company with offices in Delaware, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City, just announced the introduction of CollegeWorks®USA which is designed to help students combat their personal student loan debt problems.
It is well known fact that the burden of college loan debt is almost epidemic in the United States, having reached a level of more than $1.2 trillion dollars. According to QuantumCash Founder & CEO, Larry Masi, the student debt debacle now exceeds the entire amount of credit card debt of all Americans throughout the entire country.
“The problem is so bad,” says Masi, “that 55% of all college graduates who leave school with debt do not think that they will be able to pay the debt. Our company wants the change that mental trajectory,” he adds.
So, what is the CollegeWorksUSA? According to the company, it is a patented system designed to combine Social Networking (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) with Financial Transactions (i.e. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and even Paypal and AMEX payments) when used for Online Shopping. Unlike other shopping sites on the Internet, the CollegeWorksUSA Program is built on a patented technology platform called QuantumCash. The technology combines with company’s own online shopping mall, or portal, known as Earning Social®. The site, built and owned by company, will allow students, graduates, parents, and even schools to earn significant cash back rewards from large pools of corporate advertising dollars that are being re-allocated by more than 2,000 major online merchants to pay the students for their social media prowess.
According to Monica Amadio, President of CollegeWorksUSA, “The goal of a CollegeWorksUSA membership is to empower students with a cash-earning vehicle that is easy for them to implement while they are still in school, preparing to go to school, or even if they have graduated. The program is designed to provide them extra spending money now when they need it. And then, when they graduate, the income serves as carry-over income, thus enabling the student graduates to service their college loan payments after they graduate, without tapping into their salary.”
Ms. Amadio is not a novice when it comes to advising and helping students. Having spent more than a dozen years teaching entrepreneurship and IT at a technology academy that is part of the National Academy Foundation (NAF) which has over 500 schools nationwide, Amadio sees the problem first hand.
“Everybody we talk to loves this idea because it is so unique, and because it can help so many people,” says Amadio. Helping students, graduates, veterans, and single moms pay for their education through Earning Social would be a privilege for us because we are a benefit company. That’s our vision, and we are are ready to implement our plan.”
Students, graduates, would-be students, parents and schools can sign up now for a free CollegeWorksUSA membership to reserve their spot on the waitlist, simply by going to the company’s website at: http://www.CollegeWorks.us
The company's business model is by "Invitation Only". This is due in part to the company’s desire to monitor and manage growth at a fast, but reasonable, pace. However, this summer, during the pre-launch of CollegeWorksUSA, the company is offering an open-enrollment period. Those who pre-register this summer will be a position to grow their Earning Social Universe prior to the Christmas Holidays. "Ideally," says Amadio, "we will have a lot of people earning enough cash flow to service their loans, and more."
When CollegeWorksUSA launches its Fall Semester Campaign, the members who pre-registered will be the first to benefit. They will also be informed throughout the summer of the progress and timing of the launch which will include the hosting of the first National Student Debt Summit. The company is urging all students to pre-enroll as soon as possible by going to: http://www.CollegeWorks.us The company invites prospective corporate sponsors to go to: http://www.StudentDebtSummit.com