Age Group:Ages 19+ (Adults)
Understanding how to budget is an important foundational skill for every person. This session is for college bound students and their parents as they move to the next phase of their lives.
Topics include: • Financial planning tips to aid in college success and future wealth • How to earn, save and budget while on campus• How to avoid money and credit pitfalls that have a long-lasting impact on financial independence while living on campus and understanding the concept of 'invisible money'.
About DurShawn Robinson
DurShawn Robinson a native of Washington, DC. As a MakingChange part-time employee she serves as the Financial Educator Manager with a focus on a range of programs. She has over seven (7) years of experience within financial coaching/educating and is highly respected by clients, government, colleges, and nonprofit organizations.
In addition, she has provided financial coaching and education services to over 250 people since 2013 and has witness their success in becoming debt free, mortgage free and financially at peace. She has a passion to empower individuals and families to achieve financial stability.
She has extensive education and background in leadership, mentoring, community outreach, coordinating and managing volunteer staff, and most importantly for MakingChange, Financial Educator. Mrs. DurShawn Robinson is a candidate for her AFC® counseling, coaching certification. She holds a Certificate in Financial Planning Education from Kaplan University, an Associate degree in IT Networking from NOVA Community College a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Averett University and is a certified John Maxwell Trainer (JMT) speaker, trainer, and coach.
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