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How Not To Be Broke #2: A Financial Literacy Workshop for Uncertain Times




Alhambra , CA 91801

UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this program will now be conducted online.


Calling all Alhambra Unified School District high school students! Want to learn How To Not Be Broke?

This free workshop will teach you how not to be broke. Period. If you like empty pockets and a single-digit bank account, do not attend. This event introduces college-bound students to the general principles of managing their finances. It will empower students to ‘own’ and take responsibility for their education financially and provide students the opportunity to practice critical thinking skills. Students will learn three basic things about money. How to get it, how to save it, and how to spend it. There will be online games, cash prizes and more!

With a special introduction by Denise R. Jaramillo, Superintendent of the Alhambra Unified School District. And guest facilitator Melissa Manning, Vice President of Business and Talent Development at CU of Southern California.

This FREE event is brought to you by Alhambra Source, Alhambra Latino Association (ALA), Credit Union of Southern California, and American First National Bank.

Space is limited. RSVP today.

An Invitation From Joey, A High School Senior

Want a look into how last year’s event went? Watch our video:

Questions? Email us at [email protected]

This is not an AUSD event.

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