Would you like to buy a new Ipod or maybe buy a new Playstation game? But you don’t seem to have the money for it? Learn the following tips: how to handle your day to day spending, setting a money goal for yourself, planning for unexpected expenses and making room for buying what’s most important to you. This session will be a mixture of hands on activities and resources to help you become Money Smart!
Being Money Smart is taught by Sarah Siegel, Family Living Educator for Wood County UW-Extension.
The 4th Annual Student Job Fair will be held at the Boys and Girls Club Pitsch Center (501 17th St. So, Wis Rapids) on Monday, March 14th from 4-7pm.
High school and college students, connect with over 40 local businesses and find job opportunities! FREE.