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There's more to financial wellbeing than managing money. Iowans can explore their sense of financial wellbeing during “What about Me? My Wellbeing,” a workshop series from ISU Extension and Outreach.
Anyone may experience unexpected or emergency expenses from time to time -- such as car repairs, replacing a household appliance or medical bills not covered by insurance. Iowans can learn about planning for emergencies and unexpected expenses in “Your Money, Your Future,” a workshop series from ISU Extension and Outreach.
Talking about money and goals may be difficult for frontline workers who are focused on helping people address other issues. The “Your Money, Your Goals” financial empowerment toolkit and workshop assist nonprofit groups, social service providers and others in helping their clients move toward financial stability and self-sufficiency.
Service providers, volunteers and clergy members have established helping relationships with families and often assist in a range of issues, which frequently have a financial connection. ISU Extension and Outreach is offering a redesigned “Your Money, Your Goals” course to help these individuals empower people who are overwhelmed by their financial situation.
K-12 teachers may register for “Small Change: Building Financial Security for Educators.” The online course content is embedded in the financial literacy standards of the Iowa Core 21st Century Skills and Social Studies, and connects participants with curricula, resources and school-based programs for elementary, middle and high school levels.
K-12 teachers are encouraged to register for the June 28 “Small Change: Building Financial Security for Educators” online course offered by ISU Extension and Outreach.