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Adulting: A How-To Guide for Real Life is a workshop series to help you be the best version of you! With a variety of workshops focused on building real life skills, there’s something for everyone. Read the descriptions below to learn more and reserve your space.


Adulting: Making Your Money Work for You

Audience: All students
Wednesday, February 27
11:30am-12:30pm, Fallon Room, Student Center 3rd Floor

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Join your fellow students for this workshop presented by alum Larry Sasso, MSM, CLU, ChFC, a financial services professional with over 28 years of experience. Participants will leave this workshop knowing how to create a budget and build a small emergency fund. You will also learn some basics of investing and how a small investment can grow over time. Sasso will share tips and tricks that are detailed in his book, Get In the Game: The Young Adult’s Guide to baseball, Softball, Personal Finances, and a Balanced Life.

Reserve your spot here.

You can read more about Larry Sasso here.


Thank you to all who attended our first two programs this year, Healthy Eating and Test Kitchen Demo and WebMD is Not a Real Doctor.