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You're Invited to Waterloo Banking's Personal Finance Roundtable!


Have you wondered how you would manage your money after graduation?

Come out to a free, informative roundtable event where we'll discuss sensitive issues such as student loans, career and salary decisions, as well as managing finances when there’s a steady income. We will even bring in alumni to discuss their experiences. Snacks and drinks (free food!) will also be provided. Brought to you by the Waterloo Banking Project.

Details:

Waterloo Session
Thursday Nov 8th, 2012
5:30pm
MC 4041
University of Waterloo

Laurier Session
Tuesday Nov 13th, 2012
5:30pm
P3027 (Peters building)
Wilfrid Laurier University

To sign up, please visit:
http://waterloobanking.com/2012/10/30/roundtable-2-finances-after-graduation/



About the Waterloo Banking Project:
Waterloo Banking Project is establishing student-run financial
services for university students in Waterloo. With the help of one of
the largest credit unions in Canada, we will provide retail banking
services to help students graduate with more money, less debt, and
better financial skills. We seek to offer offer financial services
that better meet students’ needs, provide amazing work experience for
student staff, and run educational programs to increase financial
literacy and money management skills.

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