Managing your finances is one of the most intimidating things about becoming an adult-type person. The more independent you become, the more responsible you need to be about taxes, income, bills, and a whole slew of other burdens that can seem overwhelming without the right preparation. Today, we’re ready to give you that preparation.
Join us for the second day of Adulting Week as we host the Demystifying Your Financial Life workshop, an in-depth look at everything you need to know when it comes to credit, taxes, and your personal income. We’ll be kicking the workshop off at 1:00pm in Career Services (216 Tremont Street). And if you’re feeling like you need a bit more advice from some folx closer to your age…
We’re hosting our Young Alumni Panel tonight from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the Faculty & Staff Dining Area next to Center Stage. We’ll have a panel of young undergraduate alumni on-hand to answer your questions about transitioning from student to professional-ish person. It’s a great chance to hear from some people who have started to figure this whole adult thing out (maybe). There will also be a catered reception!
Today’s tips from alumni come from…
Ari Conte (Theatre Studies: Acting ’15)
Ari currently works as an assistant to Rachel Brosnahan on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Chelsey Cartwright (Broadcast Journalism ’13)
Chelsey currently works as the Deputy Political Director on Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Re-Election Campaign.
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