Money Smart Week 2017

Money Smart Week is all about helping you take charge of your personal finances! Here’s the full schedule of UW-Whitewater events:

Mon., Apr. 24, 2-4pm — Download a FREE financial literacy app and get your questions answered by a UW Credit Union representative.  Library entrance.

Tues., Apr. 25, 10:30-11:30am — an event for Education majors especially to observe and ask questions about teaching financial literacy to young children — Jenni Guenther, EarlyStart=MoneySmart program director, will present a storytime for young children, then do Q&A’s.  Children’s collection, Library. Money Smart Week logo
11:30am-2pm — all students are welcome to paint a piggy or owl bank, FREE!  Library entrance.

Weds., Apr. 26, 11am-2pm — get a FREE copy of your credit report and credit consultation by UWCU.  Library entrance.

Thurs., Apr. 27, 10:30am-12:30pm — Q&A’s with UWW Finance MBA, Christian Albouras, especially for Business students.  Hyland Hall lobby.
1pm — lunch’n’learn about your credit report and personal finances with Christian, HH 4304. See more info on the Business blog.

Fri., Apr. 28, 11am-1pm — for Faculty and Staff — Q&A’s with UWCU, Wisconsin Retirement System, 403(b) providers TIAA and T Rowe Price, and WI Deferred Compensation representatives.  Library entrance.

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While you’re here, check out our many displays around the library with financial literacy materials — all are available for checkout.  And Andersen Library’s guide to Financial Literacy provides some great resources, weblinks, and tools that help you cover all the basics.

About Naomi Schemm

Naomi is a Reference & Instruction Librarian for the College of Business & Economics at Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater. While not helping students and faculty with their research, she enjoys singing, ballroom dancing, crafting, and cooking.
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