Azusa Pacific University’s School of Business and Management will host a series of financial literacy workshops. All workshops are free and available to the public through a Canyon City Grant award and are a part of APUx, an initiative through the School of Business and Management, which aims to equip individuals with experience beyond the traditional baccalaureate education. APUx offers various learning experiences, microdegrees, career certificates, workshops, and certifications.
The workshops will be held on the following dates:
- Saturday, Feb. 4: Tefera Beyene, PhD, will present on “Tax Management,” focusing on tips for managing taxes, getting the biggest tax return possible, and maximizing social security benefits.
- Saturday, Feb. 25: James Graham will present on “Career Development for Financial Wellbeing,” focusing on tips for how to make the most of unique talents and skills to further one’s career.
- Saturday, March 18: Timothy Lee, PhD, will present on Credit Card and Credit Management,” focusing on tips for how to take control of credit card debt and credit score.
- Saturday, April 8: Craig Kuhlman, MBA, MPS, CRSP, CTFA, will present on “Long-Term Financial Planning,” focusing on tips for future planning and building wealth over time.
“For working professionals, we examine the knowledge and skills that are in demand today. For the community, we provide workshops that help individuals and families by teaching essential life skills,” said Roxanne Helm-Stevens, DBA, Interim Dean of the School of Business and Management.
All workshops take place at 10 a.m. on their respective dates in Wilden Hall, room 111, located on APU’s east campus, 901 E Alosta Ave, Azusa, CA 91702. Workshops are open to all students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members. RSVP for the financial literacy workshops here.
Azusa Pacific University is an evangelical, Christian university committed to God First and excellence in higher education. With 71 bachelor’s degrees, 44 master’s degrees, 25 certificates, 8 credentials, and 9 doctoral programs, the university offers its more than 8,000 students a high-quality education on campus, online, and at several regional locations throughout Southern California.