NEWSLETTER | LATE SPRING
CAREER CORNERA Front Seat View of the Capital Markets
"Earlier this year there were many conversations around job losses and layoffs due to COVID-19. We helped facilitate access to the capital markets for various companies across industries. This allowed companies to raise money for their businesses and remain in existence." — Isaac Ewaleifoh
IN REAL LIFESpend or Save?
"The most recent financial decision I made was deciding whether or not to purchase an item of clothing I wanted to buy. Before actually buying it, I went over things in my head like if I actually needed it or if I should save my money for something more important in the future." — Clark Powers
CONTINUED LEARNINGCollege Financial Wellness Course
What if, in just a few hours, you could learn the basics of every financial area you will face in college? And it was interactive and sort of fun and semi-painless? Our college financial wellness course will help you gain the tools and confidence to answer financial questions yourself. Learn more and sign up!
STUDENT VOICESTell Us What You Liked About finEDge
Was taking a financial education class useful to you? Has learning about personal finance impacted your decisions and plans for the future? We want to know what you like about finEDge and why it was valuable to you. Share your experience with us!
CURRENT EVENTSWeekly News Round-Up on Twitter
Each week we provide a curated thread of the must-read news stories related to financial well-being and financial literacy on Twitter. Follow us to stay up to date!
WHAT WE'RE READINGFinancial Education Affects Financial Knowledge and Downstream Behaviors
A new a meta-analysis conducted by leading experts in the field concludes that financial education has a sizable effect on both financial knowledge and financial behavior. In fact:
These striking findings are powerful evidence in the debate over whether financial education works.