There's Still Time to Join us for Train-the-Trainer: Money Management for College Students


Are you a college instructor, student affairs professional, or administrator who wants to incorporate personal finance education into your academic curriculum or activity plans? If you or your campus colleagues want to learn how to teach college students about money management, then look to Oklahoma Money Matters (OKMM) for educational materials and training. As the financial literacy initiative of the Oklahoma College Assistance Program and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, OKMM provides engaging workshops that empower educators and service providers to teach Oklahoma’s college students how to successfully manage their money and reach their financial goals.

Join us Thursday, April 26 from 9 to noon for our free “Money Management for College Students” train-the-trainer workshop. In the session, we’ll discuss how to deliver key money management messages that address a variety of essential topics, including budgeting, consumer credit, and student loan management. In addition, we’ll teach you engaging activities that you can incorporate into your lessons to drive the messages home.

The training session is free, but seating is limited. Please complete this online form to reserve your seat today. 


Angela Caddell

Associate Vice Chancellor for Communications


P.O. Box 3000

Oklahoma City, OK 73101-3000





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