Helping students develop responsible money management skills has never been more important. With the cost of education rising, young people often take on significant financial obligations before they fully understand
how debt works. Giving these students the necessary tools can help them learn how to invest in their education without sacrificing their financial freedom.
FCAN’s Amy Bolick, Community Engagement and Programs Manager, recently hosted Wells Fargo’s Mariana Ordaz, Community Support Representative for Florida, for a discussion about a helpful tool from Wells Fargo that educators can use to discuss financial literacy with students.
Webinar Slides: FCAN I Wells Fargo