UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, the first session has been rescheduled for Wednesday, October 12.
Wish you understood the stock market? Interested in learning how to improve or establish credit? Want to become a budgeting guru? Look no further. The School of Business’ Microfinance Club is hosting a free personal finance seminar series covering these topics and more.
Open to the public, these classes are taught by business students alongside finance professor and associate dean of the business school, Jocelyn Evans, Ph.D. The courses will take place Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., October 5 through November 16, in Room 220 of the Beatty Center.
Active since 2010, the Microfinance Club works to uphold the School’s mission to promote sustainable economic development both locally and abroad by educating and supporting community members through a deeper understanding of financial literacy.
For more information about the personal finance seminars, please contact Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.