Financial Skills for Students: “Money Talks” Workshop Series

Financial Skills for Students: “Money Talks” Workshop Series

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Students are invited to take part in the Dolan “Money Talks” workshop series, open to all class years and majors.

The Dolan Professional Development Series (PDS) will continue its "Money Talks" workshops for college students and new graduates this semester. Students will have several opportunities to participate in the next workshop, with sessions planned for 6:30 p.m. on January 30, 5 p.m on February 11, and 6:30 p.m. on February 26, 2019. Hosted by Scott Brenner, adjunct professor of accounting and managing partner at Dylewsky, Goldberg & Brenner, LLC, all three workshop sessions will take place in Room 101 of Nyselius Library.

During this semester's "Money Talks" workshop, Brenner will cover topics such as compensation, insurance, paychecks, buying and leasing a car, and purchasing a home. The goal of the workshop is to give students a comprehensive understanding of money management, to help them in their lives after Fairfield. 

Current students should register for this event through OrgSync, and recent graduates should contact Sarah Bollinger, director of internships and professional development, to sign up. For current students, this event satisfies a Dolan PDS level four requirement.

 

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Last modified: 01-18-19 12:26 AM

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