Category «Professional Development»

UPDATED: CEE: 2019 Schedule of Free Webinars on Economic Topics

From our friends at the Council for Economic Education: We’re delighted to announce our 2019 webinar schedule! Below, you will find an array of webinars covering economic topics (all free!). And, we hope you’ll join the conversation. If you can’t make it due to a conflict, we encourage you to register to receive the recorded webinar. All webinars will start …

2nd Annual Women in Economics Symposium (St. Louis)

From our friends at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Second Annual Women in Economics Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 | 3:30 – 8 p.m. Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisDid you know that only 35 percent of undergraduate economics majors are women? And that this share has been on a steady decline since peaking …

CEE: 2019 Schedule of Free Webinars on Economic Topics

From our friends at the Council for Economic Education: We’re delighted to announce our 2019 webinar schedule! Below, you will find an array of webinars covering economic topics (all free!). And, we hope you’ll join the conversation. If you can’t make it due to a conflict, we encourage you to register to receive the recorded webinar. All webinars will start …

W!se FinLit Webinar: Test Prep Resources from NGPF

From our friends at W!se NY & NGPF: Are you suffering from resource overload? W!se has a webinar for that! One of the challenges of teaching personal finance is there are countless resources for every topic, but determining whether they are appropriate or quality can take valuable hours. Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is a nonprofit …

Friday (1/11): #TaxTimeSavings Twitter Chat

From our friends at the Consumer Federation of America: Each tax season, households making less than $52,000 claim $100 billion in federal tax refunds. For many of America’s low and moderate income households, their tax refund is by far the largest check they receive all year. This windfall provides the perfect opportunity to start or grow …

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