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July’s Money Mondays: Financial Literacy Webinars For Your Students

July 7, 2011

Raise awareness of financial literacy by promoting the Money Mondays webinar series, featuring webinars on budgeting and credit scores Nelnet wants to improve the odds of every student ending up with a positive financial balance sheet after graduation, along with skills to build good financial habits for life. The Money Mondays webinar series offers students a free, easy-to-access way to learn about money from the comfort of their own computers.

They simply sign up at www.nelnet.com/moneymondays , then join the scheduled webinars to learn about a new topic each time. When they finish the series, they will have the tools they need to talk about money with confidence, manage finances more responsibly, and make solid financial plans for the future. You can help your students get smart about money by promoting the Money Mondays webinar series on campus.

This month our topic is “The Implications of Credit Card Use”.

To help promote the series to your students, we have provided the following tools:

  •  an email that you can distribute has been sent to you.  (let me know if you did not get one)
  • you may download a printable flier by clicking here
  •   provide a link on your school’s website to the registration form: www.nelnet.com/moneymondays
  •  utilize the Money Mondays logo on your website which contains an embedded link to the registration form

  •  distribute financial literacy tips and worksheets to students by visiting the Financial Literacy section at www.nelnetloanservicing.com.  All fliers are available in color and black and white versions that can be customized in the lower left corner before printing.
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