Between tuition payments, textbook buys and daily living expenses,
most college students aren’t at risk of getting rich during their time at
school. But according to financial
educator Peter Bielagus, who speaks at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College as
part of their “Food for Thought” series, the cash-strapped years of college can
set the stage for a lifetime of smart financial decisions. Bielagus brings his
entertaining presentation “How to Put More Money in Your Pocket Today,” to
NWTC’s Green Bay campus Tuesday, February 18 at 11:30 a.m. in SC132. The event is free and open to the public.
provides concrete and simple strategies to help students manage their debt, control
their spending, protect their identities and increase their credit. With a goal
to improve students’ lives through financial
education, Bielagus, known as “America’s Financial Educator,” uses an
interactive, humorous approach to help students take control of their finances.
presentation, a complimentary lunch will be available for NWTC students; NWTC
staff and the general public are welcome to bring their own lunches or purchase
food in the Commons.
information about this event, please contact NWTC Student Involvement at (920)
498-5483 or visit nwtc.edu/studentinvolvement.
About NWTC’s “Food for Thought” Series: Every
semester, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College’s “Food for Thought” series
brings interesting discussions, nationally recognized speakers, and compelling
performances to NWTC’s Green Bay campus. The free series is open to entire