Maximizing Your Money: Budgeting & Saving
May 19, 2021. 530PM
This workshop steps away from old-fashioned budgeting and saving advice such as the 70/20/10 rule (70% of your money to bills, 20% for saving, 10% for investing/retirement/fun), and focuses on maximizing the money you already have.
Together, we'll walk through how to determine your income, expenses, creating a budget, and tips/tricks for stretching those dollars.
Understanding Your Credit Report
June 2, 2021. 530PM
A one hour crash course in understanding credit scores and credit reports. Topics to be covered include:
What is a credit score?
How does my score affect me?
How do I get a copy of my credit report?
What if there is incorrect information on my credit report?
How do I use credit to my advantage?
Navigating College as a First Generation Attendee
June 16, 2021. 530PM
In this workshop, we will discuss:
How to navigate the college experience and college culture
Working and attending school simultaneously
How to leverage the college experience to transition into a career
This workshop feature Professor Thiadora (Dori) Pina - a lawyer, author, and Associate Clinical Professor at Santa Clara Law. She is a first-gen college student and comes from a family of immigrants with fifteen aunts and uncles! She is the faculty advisor for Santa Clara Law’s Black Law Student Association and the First-Generation Law School Association.