Workshops for Students
How we help students and instructors with financial education.
Post Secondary Students
Debt, Credit Help, & Credit Advice
Being a student is an exciting, yet challenging, time. While you’re balancing your course schedules, work and personal commitments, tests and assignments, you don’t want to end up with a financial failing grade.
One way to ensure that your finances stay on track, and you don’t get carried with your new credit card, is with a spending plan. Whether you’re using student loans, part time income, savings, scholarships, grants, bursaries or help from family and friends to pay for school, a spending plan will ensure that you’ve got the money you need when you need it.
If You’re a Student, We Can Help You in 2 Ways
- You can sharpen you money skills by attending a free budgeting webinar.
- If you need to get your finances back on track, then you can make an appointment to speak with one of our credit & debt counsellors. Don’t let the title intimidate you! They are really just friendly, professional money coaches who help people who are struggling with their debts or budget. We offer free, confidential appointments by telephone or in person.
If You’re an Instructor or Professor, We Can Also Help You in 2 Ways
- Provide you and your colleagues with training on how to recognize signs and symptoms of financial distress in your students and give you resources about how to help them.
- Be a guest speaker in your class and help your students learn basic money management skills and the essentials of credit in Canada.
Contact our Director of Education for more information.
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