CDN has partnered with Young Scot and Fast Forward for ‘CashChats’, a new series of online discussions for young people about money and finance.
CashChats gives young people the opportunity to put questions to money and finance experts including representatives from Scotland’s college sector.
College students are now being encouraged to send in their questions for the second CashChats webinar on Wednesday 30 September. The Talking Money, Savings & Your Rights at Work webinar is for college students who want to understand more about money, budgeting, saving and their rights at work. College students can submit questions in advance of the webinar by clicking here. Questions will be answered by the following panel of guest experts: Sarah Thom, Student Services Manager at Dundee and Angus College, Young Money expert Iona Bain, Citizen’s Advice Scotland, and a college sector representative.
The first webinar took place on 15 July and focused on Money & Budgeting Over The Summer. The panellists were: Young Money expert Iona Bain, Student Services Guidance Officer Hazel Coutts from Dundee & Angus College, and Citizen’s Advice Scotland’s Jemiel Benison. The expert panel answered questions from young people about how to budget over the summer and how to manage your incoming and outgoing expenses.
Watch Cash Chats webinar 1 back here.
Find out more about CashChats on Young Scot’s website below.
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