50/50 Leadership's Financial Literacy Program Launches Virtually And Expands Nationally
Money 101, a program to build and empower women to make healthy money habits, starts virtually in August.
By: 50/50 Leadership
The Money 101 Financial Literacy Program teaches participants topics such as personal financial management, industry jargon, and the avoidance of common mistakes. The Money 101 program is also accompanied by an optional year-long program consisting of one-on-one mentoring with an experienced coach.
There will be a choice of three different start dates for this 4-week long course, it will be offered on weekdays and weekends. The first weekly course begins on Monday, August 10th and ends on Monday, August 31st. The second session begins on Thursday, August 13th and ends on Thursday, September 3rd. The third session begins on Saturday August 8th and ends on Saturday, August 29th.
Those who participate in the year-long mentorship program will have the opportunity to work with a mentor who will help them achieve their financial goals. The mentors will also help the participants navigate financial systems and provide advice regarding jobs, managing debt, etc.
"The Money 101 Financial Literacy Program will empower women to make good decisions and give women the tools to build a healthy relationship with money," said Pauline Field, Founder and Chair of 50/50 Leadership. The program aims to help women develop a "peace of mind and confidence in their ability to manage their own financial lives."
More details about the Money 101 Financial Literacy Program can be found on Eventbrite, https://money101_
About 50/50 Leadership: 50/50 Leadership is a non-profit organization committed to empowering, educating, and inspiring women from all walks of life to become leaders. Founded in 2004 by Pauline Field to alter the perception and underrepresentation of women in leadership roles, the organization provides a wide range of financial literacy programs, now held virtually, for women across America who have been in foster care, incarcerated, have survived domestic violence, or who have experienced homelessness.