Want to become Financial Literacy Peer Educator?
Financial Literacy Peer Educators come from a variety of majors, interests, and backgrounds. What they share is a passion for working directly with their peers and enabling others to achieve their financial goals and work toward financial wellness in their college careers and beyond.
Financial Literacy Peer Educators develop their leadership skills through diverse responsibilities. From facilitating presentations and workshops for UH Mānoa students, to working resource tables alongside other campus programs, to assisting in the creation of marketing tools promoting financial literacy, to maintaining the FLP website and social media pages.
Why should YOU become a Financial Literacy Peer Educator?
- Earn a stipend up to $6,000 for 2018-2019 academic year
- Develop strong professional leadership skills
- Improve your own money management skills
- Enhance your public speaking abilities and facilitation skills
- Network with students, faculty & staff, community leaders and industry professionals
- Make a lifetime impact on your peers and island community
Potential Financial Literacy Peer Educators should:
- Be a classified UH Mānoa student enrolled (or will be) in the Fall 2018 semester
- Have earned at least 12 credits at UH Mānoa
- Enroll in and complete UNIV 370 (with OC and WI focus) during the 2018 Summer Session I
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
- Be available from May 21st – June 29th, 2018 and for presentations as needed during July 2nd – August 16th, 2018
- Are willing to commit to one year of service (150 hours per semester) as a Financial Literacy Peer Educator
- Be able to take initiative; be reliable and self-motivated
- Have good humor, flexibility, patience and can exercise mature judgement
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 AT 11:59 P.M.
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