Future Cents in an interactive series of workshops that will help give teens a reality check about money management. How many of us as parents see them repeating our mistakes with money. Give them the tools that they need to succeed and not fall into traps. Take advantage of the free workshops that teach young people to live beyond today and investing in their future. For more: http://www.myfuturecents.com. See details about programs, information about the iPad drawing and resources.
The kick off event is Monday evening, August 30 and will present banking topics and Keys to Money Mastery. Algenon Cash wears many hats in this community. As owner and managing director of Wharton Gladden & Company, writer, radio personality, and community enthusiast, Mr. Cash has his hands on many projects. Currently, he is integrally involved with Future Cents, the Greensboro Public Library’s financial education project for teens. “I firmly believe that financial literacy is the civil rights issue of the 21st century. Americans do not understand basic skills such as how to balance a checkbook. Programs such as Future Cents are creating a discussion about a critical issue facing our youth,” says Cash.
- Fall series kicks off August 30.