Money Smart Week at Cook Library!

April 14, 2017 at 12:00 am Leave a comment


Be Money Smart! Check out Cook Library’s programs during Money Smart Week, part of a national initiative to promote financial literacy:

The Other 20%: Salary Negotiation for Women
Ms. Mahnoor Ahmed & Ms. Lorie Logan-Bennett
Monday, April 24

Cook Library Room #507

Did you know that a woman can potentially lose over $1.2 million in salary over her lifetime? Learn how to $tart $mart and avoid the salary gap! This interactive workshop is for college women who soon will be entering the workforce. You will learn how to identify a budget, develop a target salary range, understand salary negotiation strategies, and gain confidence to negotiate for what you’re worth.  This workshop will give you the nuts and bolts of how to “$tart $mart” as you become a professional woman. 
Co-sponsored by the TU Career Center & Center for Student Diversity.

TUIG Presents: Discussion of Warren Buffet’s Letters to Shareholders
Thursday, April 27
Cook Library Room #507

Join the Towson University Investment Group as they analyze and discuss legendary investor Warren Buffet’s 2002, 2011, and 2016 letters to shareholders [visit:]. Sponsored by the Towson University Investment Group.

These programs are offered as part of Money Smart Week ®, an annual personal finance event sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. National partners are the American Library Association, the Financial Planning Association, the Certified Financial Board of Standards, Inc., the US Department of Agriculture, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Money Smart Week is a registered service mark of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.


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