Get Savvy

Get an early start on managing your money.

When it comes to smart money managing habits, it’s best to start early to ensure a solid financial future. Learn how to make the most of your financial resources and explore techniques for investing, saving money, smart spending, handling price increases, starting a side hustle, or managing your student loans.

2024 Workshops

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Money in Your Entrepreneurial Pursuit | January 24 | Noon

Personal and professional finances often get mixed in the journey to becoming an entrepreneur. Learn about best practices to manage your finances while building your small business.


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Steps to Investing: What to Know Now | February 7 | Noon

Beginning to invest wisely. In this session, we will explore new trends in the securities world and discover new insights as we cover the basics of investing for beginners.


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Save Money on Food | March 6 | Noon

Are you happy with how much money you spend on food? Would you like to learn some tricks for eating well for less money? If any of these questions resonate, this free webinar is for you! There are lots of ways to eat healthy while saving money. 


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Student Loan Management | April 3 | Noon

Regardless of where you are in your student loan journey, there are many things to remember when managing those loans, from application to pay-off (or forgiveness). Learn the terms, tips, and tools to make managing your education debt easier.


woman upset over money. webinar on money, stress and bad habits

Money, Stress, and Bad Habits | May 1 | Noon

Learn what stress is, how it negatively affects our judgment, and some everyday bad habits related to money that it drags us into, such as hyper-consumerism, overeating, online shopping, luxury items, gambling, etc. Discover how to recognize when we mistakenly use money to calm and manage stress and ways to overcome it.