It Takes a Campus: Building a Multidisciplinary Success Team to Improve the Financial Capability of Your Students
Speaker: Kate Trombitas, vice president for financial education
When: It’s On-Demand. View Whenever, Wherever!
Who Should Attend?: Student affairs and financial aid professionals responsible for student wellness, first year success programs, student leadership programs, peer mentor programs, financial literacy education initiatives… anyone who is concerned about the financial well-being of students and is in a position to educate students.
Cost: FREE!! (includes 1 CEU through AFCPE)
Now, more than ever, financial education is critical for students. In a time of economic difficulty and distress, it is vital for students to not only be aware of their financial situation and options, but also how to best maximize their money and make smart financial decisions. So, what can you do? How can you help? Campuses need to work collaboratively to create and implement success teams to improve the financial capability of their students… and, it takes a team of people for it to be successful.
We invite you to attend our informative, on-demand webinar, It Takes a Campus: Building a Multidisciplinary Success Team to Improve the Financial Capability of Your Students given by NSLP’s vice president of financial education, Kate Trombitas. The tools and tips offered in this webinar will help you implement a program that fulfills the wishes of the 84 percent of students who want more information on financial management topics.
Highlights from this on-demand webinar:
- How to gain buy-in from various stakeholders, including identifying a champion
- Examples of success
- How to put your institution on the path towards providing the essential financial education that students not only need, but want
- Resources, resources, resources
As a special bonus, all webinar attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the Financial Capability Now – Why College Students Can’t Wait white paper.
Plus, you’ll have the opportunity at the end of the webinar to ask our subject matter expert, Kate Trombitas, any questions you have about building a team on your campus.
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About Kate Trombitas
Kate Trombitas, NSLP’s vice president for financial education previously served as the associate director of The Ohio State University Wellness Center, where she founded Scarlet & Gray Financial, a peer-to-peer financial education program. Her expert financial advice for college students was recently featured in the 9th edition of Gardner, Jewler and Barefoot’s Your College Experience: Strategies for Success.