Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson, center left, talks with student mentors Bryce Washington, from left, Jaylen Reese, and Timothy Davis, all seniors, on Wednesday at Calumet New Tech High School in Calumet Township. Lawson visited the school to talk to students about financial literacy.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson talks about financial literacy with students Wednesdady at Calumet New Tech High School in Calumet Township.
MERRILLVILLE | Money Smart Week in Northwest Indiana sponsored its first Money Smart Week Kids Video Contest this month, and Pierce Middle School in Merrillville swept all three top awards.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Kelly Mitchell is making financial education the cornerstone of her campaign for Indiana state treasurer.
GRIFFITH | Griffith High School upperclassmen got a lesson in finances Tuesday from Secretary of State Connie Lawson.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson makes a presentation on personal finance Tuesday at Griffith High School.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson talks to students about personal finance Tuesday at Griffith High School. Lawson discussed the importance of credit scores, good financial management and how to use credit cards wisely.
MERRILLVILLE | Employees of Centier Bank are looking for classroom opportunities to teach students at local high schools the “do’s and don’ts” of credit to mark National Get Smart About Credit Day, a financial literacy outreach program sponsored by the American Bankers Association.
HAMMOND | Centier Bank made its’ inaugural Money Smart Week 2013 presentation to clients of Deaf Services Inc., along with other residents at the Renaissance Towers in Hammond. The presentation pertained to budgeting, checking accounts and credit.
HAMMOND | Continuing its strong financial literacy partnership, Centier Bank made its seventh annual Money Smart Week presentations to Hammond Adult Education students this spring.
GARY | BMO Harris Bank recently recognized New Tech High School students who earned their Financial Literacy certification this spring.
GARY │ A week of events designed to educate Northwest Indiana consumers about money management and create awareness of financial education programs kicked off Thursday at Indiana University Northwest.
HAMMOND | Continuing their commitment to education, the Hammond Hurricanes recently sponsored a financial literacy seminar for youths 14 to 17.
GARY | Region bankers, educators and community group leaders are preparing to host a weeklong series of financial education seminars in connection with Money Smart Week.
MERRILLVILLE | In conjunction with the Federal Reserve's sixth annual Money Smart Week, April 21 to 28, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana are once again sponsoring the Money Smart Kid Essay Contest.
Shouldn't the emphasis of education be not only to make our students college- and work-ready but also ready for life?
CALUMET CITY | Alderman Brian Wilson, of the 4th Ward, is helping Calumet City residents start the new year off on the right foot by hosting a financial literacy seminar.
Employees of Centier Bank are looking for classroom opportunities to teach students at local high schools the "do's and don'ts" of credit to mark National Get Smart About Credit Day, sponsored by the American Bankers Association.
HAMMOND | Calumet College of St. Joseph and Bank on Northwest Indiana members have partnered through financial literacy to offer a workshop free and open to the public at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday on campus at 2400 New York Ave., Whiting.
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