Calling all undergraduates! Join the Financial Literacy Program Peer Educators for a informal talk-story session all about how to build (or rebuild) credit and choosing the best form(s) of credit for yourself.
Seating is limited so register here or by clicking on the above flyer.
Did you know that college aged students are the largest growing demographic of identity theft? Once a person obtains your personal identifying information they can easily begin to steal your identity. Identity thieves do not only steal your identity for financial purposes but for academic, career and healthcare purposes to list a few.
Make sure that you don’t become the next victim of identity theft. If you are a college student, attend the Identity Theft: Don’t Be Next presentation, given by the Financial Literacy Peer Educators:
Thursday, October 15, 2015
4:00pm – 6:30pm
Reserve your seat here.
The best way to establish or maintain your financial fitness is to start with a financial check-up. A financial check-up basically tells you how well you’re doing in terms with your finances. It is also a good opportunity for you to measure the progress you make towards your goals as well as making the appropriate adjustments based on your own personal situation.
Join us as American Savings Bank shares with us how we can conduct our own financial check-ups to ensure our financial wellness!
Seating is limited.
Welcome to Manoa! At the beginning of each semester is a great time to ensure you are financially fit for the upcoming year. Take a few minutes to read our newsletter full of tips for you. Some of the exciting tips will help you to find the right financial institution, create a realistic budget, identify expenses to reduce with the least pain and how to build good credit.
Join the UHM Financial Literacy Peer Educators as they share the ABC’s of Credit.
Learn what “credit” really is? What does your credit report tell your creditors, even potential employers, and why does it matter? Find out how to ensure that you build or maintain a good credit score., how to get your credit lines back under your control, and where to find help. While every credit situation is unique, The ABC’s of Credit will provide you with a foundation of knowledge so that you can take control of one of your most important financial assets – your credit worthiness.
Click here or on the flyer to register.
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Financial Literacy Program is currently accepting applications for 2015- 2016 Financial Literacy Peer Educators.
What a Financial Literacy Peer Educator does:
Financial Literacy Peer Educators will work directly with students to help them understand important concepts of financial wellness and provide them with practical resources and educational opportunities to help them make informed, healthy financial decisions during their college career and beyond.
Why should YOU become a Financial Literacy Peer Educator?
- Improve your own money management skills
- Earn a stipend starting from $4,000 up to 6,000 for 2015-2016
- Develop strong professional leadership skills
- Enhance your public speaking abilities and facilitation skills
- Network with students, faculty & staff, community leaders and industry professionals
- Create fun activities for your campus community
- Make a lifetime impact on your peers and university community
Qualifications to be a Financial Literacy Peer Educator:
- Be an undergraduate student enrolled (or will be) in the Fall 2015 semester
- Have earned at least 12 credits at UH Manoa
- Be able to attend the entire summer training program
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
- Be able to take initiative, are reliable and self-motivated
- Have good humor, flexibility, patience and can exercise mature judgement
- Are willing to commit to one year of service as a Financial Literacy Peer Educator
- Commit either 85, 130 or 170 hours per semester, stipend amounts varied according to time commitment
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 2015 AT 11:59 P.M.
To apply or for more information go to:
Keyword search: Financial Literacy
The University of Hawaii at Manoa Financial Literacy Program and ASUH are excited to offer a total of 10 free tax preparation clinics to be held on our campus this tax season.
Our student volunteers have been trained and certified to provide free tax help for low to moderate-income (generally $53,000 or less) taxpayers who need assistance with preparing their 2014 federal and Hawaii tax returns. Our site will not prepare taxes for returns with business and rental income, complex investments and international taxpayers.
Walk ins are accepted but appointments are highly encouraged.
Schedule an Appointment Here
Thursday Clinics Held at Krauss 114
Saturday February 21, 2015 clinic at Krauss 114
Saturday February 28 and March 7, 2015 at Shidler BusAd E-101