Get that Bread—And Keep It, Too!: Learning How to Manage Your Money (Series 2)
Money money money! How do I make it, save it, and pay bills with it? Learn how to make and manage money with this free workshop series!
4pm – 5pm
This is a recurring event and is coming up on 4pm – 5pm, 4pm – 5pm, and 4pm – 5pm.
.: 4pm – 5pm.
Ages 13 to 18.
Grades 9th grade through 12th grade.
This workshop series is for high school students living or attending school in Cambridge, Allston, or Brighton.
- Sign-up is ongoing
- Only virtual (online or over the phone).
Money money money! How do I make it? What do I do with it? What about bills and rent—how do you even pay them? And why is saving so important, can’t I just spend my money? And how do I even save? If you have ever wondered about any of these questions or if you want to learn more about how to make and manage money, this workshop series is for you! We will answer these questions and so much more while exploring topics such as budgeting, understanding a paycheck, savings accounts, buying a car, paying bills and more!
For more FREE workshops, check out the official RISE website.
The goal of RISE is to provide resources, knowledge, and support for high school students as they explore post-secondary pathways and options and grow into themselves as young adults. Offerings will seek to increase awareness of options; to build academic, workforce, and general life skills; to prepare students for life after high school; and to expose students to a broad range of careers/pathways. RISE aims to provide students with the tools, knowledge, and experience to be able to make their own informed decisions about life after high school.