Living a Financially Healthy Life (Presented by CFEE)
Presented by CFEE (Canadian Foundation for Economic Education)
The Financial Aid and Awards presents ‘Thrifty Thursdays’, a series of workshops to help you stay on track financially.
We’re pleased to welcome Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) to Georgian College to present their workshop for students new to Canada.
“The goal of “Living a Financially Healthy Life” is to help you develop a healthy attitude towards money.
Coming out of this workshop you will be able to make more informed decisions about purchases, be able to create a budget that includes savings and can help reduce your financial stress and know how to apply the magic of compound interest to increase your savings. You will learn how to take control of your money by setting goals and creating a budget that emphasizes paying yourself first; how to recognize the difference between a need and a want; and why it’s important to make savings an integral part of your life, not an afterthought.”
We are excited to welcome our speaker from CFEE, Kyle Datzkiw:
Graduating in 2016, Kyle Datzkiw is a proud Mohawk College Alumni from the McKeil School of Business. Having always had a passion for customer service and assisting others, Kyle previously worked as a Financial Services Manager for Performance Mercedes-Benz in St. Catharines, Ontario. While currently working as an Employment Consultant for Community Employment Services at Mohawk College, he looks forward to helping others find employment that is meaningful to them. Outside of work, Kyle takes great pride in remaining involved in the community. As a member of the coaching staff for the basketball program at Westmount Secondary School and various other sporting organizations, he aims to be able to mentor and support the next generation of community members in Hamilton.
In-person attendance is limited, and seats are given on a first come, first served basis. If you plan to attend in-person, we encourage you to bring your laptop and headset in case all seats are full. You are always welcome to attend virtually instead.
Attend four out of five workshops in a semester to:
- be entered for a chance to win $250 on your ONEcard each semester*
- receive a Financial Literacy badge to display on LinkedIn
- receive a Financial Literacy co-curricular record