Contact: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND Southeastern Louisiana University will hold a series of financial literacy workshops designed for teacher enrichment.
Offered as a collaboration involving Southeastern’s departments of Teaching and Learning, Management and Business Administration, the Division of Extended Studies, and the Louisiana Council for Economic Education (LCEE), the “How Money Works” series will introduce current and future educators to financial matters designed for teachers.
Charlotte Collins, project manager for Extended Studies, said all seminars are free to participants and are scheduled from 4 5 p.m. in Southeastern’s Charles E. Cate Teacher Education Center. Continuing education credits (CEUs) will be provided to current educators, while teacher candidates can receive service hours. Each session can be taken independently, or all three combined for a complete program.
The schedule of workshops is as follows:
“It is critical for teacher candidates to have awareness, support and knowledge about one’s own financial literacy,” said Cindy Elliott, Teaching and Learning department head.
The ‘How Money Works’ series will provide educators with valuable information on establishing financial success, budgeting, saving and investing on a teacher’s salary.”
Online registration and workshop details are available at www.southeastern.edu/es. For more information, contact the Division of Extended Studies at 985-549-2301, 800-256-2771 or email@example.com.