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New! Member Benefit: Teen Finance Class

CLASSES BEGIN ON August 18

NEW! Member Benefit!

Teen Finance Class
The Real World: An Eye-Opening Intro to the World of Adulting with Money

Looking for a way to introduce your teen to the real world? Join Charla McKinley, Artisan of Adulting and creator of Beyond Personal Finance, for an interactive and informative four-week mini course on financials and the real world.  Charla will cover topics like college, careers, cars, credit cards, and savings & investing.
Class is geared for students ages 13 to 17 and up.

Date & Time!

Classes Begin August 18

Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
August 18 to September 8.
(Class Dates: August 18 and 21, September 1 and 8)

Just log in to your member benefits page and get your link!

The course consists of FOUR sessions and is most appropriate for students ages 13 to 17 and up.

HOW TO SIGN UP FOR REAL WORLD TEEN FINANCE MINI COURSE

Two Options:

This $50 class is FREE for HEAV Members!

IMPORTANT: Be sure to snag your coupon code from your member benefits page to register free!

Not a member? Join TODAY for $45. Enjoy this class for FREE and take advantage of HEAV member benefits all year long. (Plus, you’ll support a worthy cause.)

About the Presenter, Charla McKinley

Charla McKinley graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Finance. She went on to become a Certified Public Accountant with over 25 years working in both the corporate and private sector. While homeschooling her two children, Charla was inspired to write an interactive personal finance curriculum that opens the student’s eyes to the high costs of being an adult.

After retiring from homeschooling, Charla continues to teach teens live in Raleigh, NC and across the country using her Beyond Personal Finance curriculum.  Charla’s passion is teaching teens that their choices matter. She is a firm believer that in order to prepare teens for the road ahead they must be given the opportunity to practice making good (and not so good) choices using real dollars before they get out into the world and have real regrets.
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