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Learn about the rules and benefits of the Pé-de-meia program, offering scholarships of up to R$9,200 for high school students. Find out how to apply and secure your financial support during your studies.

Imagine a chance to receive significant savings upon completing high school. This is the reality with the Pé-de-meia program, an MEC initiative aimed at public school students.

A scholarship of up to R$9,200 awaits those who complete three years of high school and participate in Enem. Want to know more details about the initiative? So, keep reading.

Understand how the Pé-de-meia program can help high school students with scholarships of up to R$9,200. (Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Federal Government launches the Nest egg program

In principle, through the program, the Federal Government aims to combat school dropout and standardize access to university and the job market.

In this way, the expectation is to benefit around 2.5 million students, making a real difference in the lives of many young people.

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What do I need to participate in the Nest egg program?

To participate, it’s simple: be enrolled in high school or in the EJA program at a public school. Be between 14 and 24 years old and be part of a family registered with CadÚnico.

Priority will be given to students from Bolsa Família beneficiary families, but there is one note: students from single-person families in the program are not eligible.

How to secure your high school scholarship?

The process begins with schools sending student information to the MEC. Based on CadÚnico, the MEC will open bank accounts for beneficiaries.

In this sense, it is worth highlighting that having a CPF and being registered with CadÚnico are essential requirements.

Pay attention to deadlines!

This year, the MEC will analyze CadÚnico data on February 10, considering registrations sent until March 8.

Issuing the CPF and registering with CadÚnico are fundamental steps, and the process is simple and digital.

How will the Nest Egg work?

Namely, Pé-de-meia offers different types of incentives:

Enrollment incentive: R$ 200 per year. Attendance incentive: R$ 1,800 per year, paid in monthly installments. Year completion incentive: R$ 1,000 per year. Enem incentive: a single installment of R$ 200.

Furthermore, to maintain the benefit, it is necessary to have school attendance of at least 80% and year progression. Participation in exams such as Saeb is also crucial.

Who can lose the scholarship?

Attention: voluntary withdrawal, failure to meet the eligibility criteria, consecutive failure or fraud may result in the loss of the benefit.

Nest egg program payment schedule

Payments are well organized. Payment of the enrollment incentive, for example, will take place between March 26th and April 7th.

The details of each incentive and its payment dates are clear and defined, ensuring that everyone eligible receives what is owed to them.

For the attendance incentive, payment will be made in eight installments. See the deadlines in the table below:

Portion Payment
1 from 4/29 to 5/6
2 from 5/27 to 6/3
3 from 24/6 to 1/7
4 from 8/26 to 9/2
5 from 9/30 to 10/7
6 from 10/28 to 11/4
7 from 11/25 to 12/2
8 from 12/23 to 12/30

Source: Ministry of Education

Ultimately, this program represents an incredible opportunity for high school students.

It not only provides financial support, but also encourages continued studies and the search for a better future.

So take advantage of this chance!

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