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Young and in debt?

January 27, 2009

How confident are you about your ability to manage your finances and debt? If your financial IQ could be measured, would your results say you're a genius at money management? If the answer is a resounding 'no,' it might be a good idea for you to attend this engaging,dynamic, and free lecture on effectively managing your finances.

Financial skills for the real world

Kyle Shelley, Founder and CEO of All in Education, uses a fresh, new approach to talking about financial life skills for young adults.  He has quickly established himself as an expert in the industry and combines his youthful approach and engaging delivery to share the rules of the financial game with 17 to 29-year-olds.

"This generation (17-29) is playing a financial game in which they do not know the rules. I want to provide a clear understanding of the rules and consequences of the game to show them how to avoid the financial pressures and hardship derived from poor credit and debt."

ASCSU is bringing Shelley to campus on Friday, Jan. 30 at 12:30 p.m. The event will take place in the Lory Student Center Theatre

Seminars have specific goals 

Shelley says his seminars are designed to: 

  • Provide an “eye-opening” experience to young adults by depicting real world statistics regarding their financial habits and the ramifications of such actions.
  • To leave the audience with clear understanding, information and resources to take immediate action to proactively enhance their financial well being.
  • To proactively reduce the amount of young adults dropping our of college, filing bankruptcy and divorce due to financial pressures
  • To provide financial life skills through intensives, work shops, individual coaching and online resources
  • Engage individuals in a entertaining and meaningful manner with understanding, respect and dignity  

"I often get this feedback from audience members, 'No one ever provided me with this type of education!'"

Sponsored by ASCSU.

Contact: Kim
Phone: (970) 491-5931