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The Wealth Building Series

February 12 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+0

This 5-week program seeks to empower students from equity-seeking groups and the BIPOC community with the ability to navigate barriers and understand their personal finances within current socio-economic structures. The series will also give students the opportunity to ask questions and demand change for greater access and equal opportunity to financial literacy knowledge.

Have you ever wanted to invest, but didn’t know where to start? Do you have financial goals that you want to reach, but don’t know what steps to take? The Wealth Building Sessions will dive into relevant topics such as foundations of financial literacy, entrepreneurship and side hustles, investment 101, cryptocurrencies, personal finance management, debt reduction, budgeting and future planning. This promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a unique way to learn about personal finances and community wealth building!

Dr. Radha Maharaj aka Dr. M. will be leading this exciting 5-part workshop series and sharing her considerable economic and financial literacy knowledge and life experience with students in an engaging and activity-based format.

U of T students who complete all sessions will receive CCR approval, Certificate of Completion. Limited Space Available. Registration required. 

For questions and queries contact Sako Khederlarian at sako.khederlarian@utoronto.ca.

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