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Beyond the Jacket: Professional Development Webinar Series Presented by Bank of America
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Beyond the Jacket Webinar Series is Back!  

 

Together, Bank of America and City Year are helping to redefine leadership in the 21st Century.  We believe that the strongest leaders are those who embody the spirit of service to others. 

 

To support the leadership pathways of alumni, currently serving AmeriCorps members, incoming AmeriCorps members and staff, we are continuing a collaboration with Bank of America on a set of interactive webinars designed to strengthen your financial habits and help you achieve your financial goals during and after your year of service. 

 



How to Create a Budget and Build Up Your Savings

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
8:00-9:00 PM EST
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Have you thought about how to break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck or how to lift yourself out of debt?  Do you wish that emergency fund would magically appear in your bank account?  What does smarter spending look like?  Setting a budget and building savings can help ease these concerns and meet financial goals.

A healthy financial future isn’t about how much money you make – it’s about how you manage and plan.  Whether you are currently serving, just starting out on your own or at any stage of life, join us for a presentation led by Bank of America that aims to equip AmeriCorps members, alumni and staff with strategies, tips and ideas for monitoring expenses and boosting your savings.

Facilitator:

Nick Rowe

Small Business Leader
Bank of America

 

Nick Rowe is an Assistant Vice President and Small Business Banker with Bank of America.  He oversees priority customers within the business segment of $250k and $5MM in annual revenues. Additionally, he targets small business customers who do not have a relationship with Bank of America and have annual revenues between $1MMand $5MM.

 

Nick is based in Reno, NV; supporting the Double Diamond Financial Center and is part of the Nevada Small Business Banking Team. In addition to Double Diamond, Nick also supports the Meadowood and Galena Financial Centers. Nick serves on the Reno Market Leadership team and as a Better Money Habits Champion for Bank of America.

 

Nick has over 15 years of sales and sales management experience, spending the last 6 years in the financial services industry. Throughout his career, Nick has won numerous sales awards for exceeding sales revenue targets as an individual contributor and as a leader of top performing teams. He started his career with Bank of America in 2013 as a Financial Center Manager and started working with the Nevada Small Business Banking team in June of 2015.

 

Nick works with EDAWN and NCET to help develop business and build brand awareness for Bank of America. He is a board member of the Rotary Club of Reno Central, where he finds ways to give back to the local community. He also volunteers with several organization through Bank of America; including Northern NV Hopes, The United Way, Boys & Girls Club of Northern Nevada, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada, and The Food Bank of Northern NV.

 

Nick is a Nevada native, born and raised in Henderson, NV, then relocating to the Northern NV area in 2008.  He currently resides in Sparks, NV and enjoys spending time with his family, including a 5 year-old daughter. In his free time he enjoys travel, movies, watching football, and spending time outdoors.


About Bank of America Better Money Habits

Through a partnership between Bank of America and Khan Academy, a leader in online learning, Better Money Habits has tapped into a different way to help people learn about money. It’s about laying out the facts so that people can decide what makes sense for their personal situation. It's about covering topics people want to learn about, using terms and examples they can understand. It’s about connecting information to people’s goals and situations - so information is easily accessible when and where people need it. 
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The Grad School Decision: Should I go, what will it cost and how do I pay?
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
8:00-9:00 PM EST
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Attaining an advanced degree can be a great investment in your career but have you considered your reasons for pursuing and the path you plan to take after? What kind of return on this investment in your professional growth and development can you expect with different degrees? What will grad school actually cost and how do you pay for it? 

Whether you are considering starting graduate school this fall or in the future, join us for a presentation led by Bank of America’s partner, Money Management International that aims to equip corps members, alums and staff with tips and ideas for evaluating the decision to pursue an advanced degree, analyzing the cost of attendance and developing strategies to pay for your degree through loans, scholarships, employer benefits and other forms of financial aid.

City Year alums shared perspectives on the decision to pursue grad school.


Facilitators:

Amy Lins

Sr. Director, Learning and Development
Money Management International

Susan Hillebrandt

Learning and Development Manager
Money Management International


Handouts for Webinar

 

About Money Management International
MMI is the largest nonprofit, full-service credit counseling agency in the United States. Since 1958, we have been helping consumers find the tools and solutions they need to achieve financial freedom. We provide professional financial guidance, credit counseling, community-wide educational programs, debt management assistance, bankruptcy counseling and education services, student loan counseling, and housing counseling assistance to consumers via phone, Internet and in-person sessions. >>Learn more

About Bank of America Better Money Habits
Through a partnership between Bank of America and Khan Academy, a leader in online learning, Better Money Habits has tapped into a different way to help people learn about money. It’s about laying out the facts so that people can decide what makes sense for their personal situation. It's about covering topics people want to learn about, using terms and examples they can understand. It’s about connecting information to people’s goals and situations - so information is easily accessible when and where people need it. >> Learn more


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Managing Student Loans: Strategies to Pay Down, Pay Ahead, Consolidate and More

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Whether you have recently graduated from college or grad school, been out of school for a bit or soon returning to continue your education, join us for a presentation led by Bank of America’s partner, Money Management International that aims to provide corps members and alums with effective tips on a range of important decisions to consider when paying down your student loans or taking on new loans to finance your education including the true cost of debt, auditing your existing loans, long term repayment strategies, costs and trade-offs, consolidation, rehabilitating student loans that have gone into default, eligibility for debt forgiveness programs and more.

 

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