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  • Introduction to Credit Building
    11:00 AM-12:00 PM
    October 4, 2021

    Analyze the role of cultural, social, and emotional influences on feelings and beliefs regarding credit. Understand credit building as an essential and viable activity to overall self-sufficiency. Participants will learn how to strategically build credit.

  • Protect Your Credit from Identity Theft for Seniors
    1:00 PM-2:00 PM
    October 4, 2021

    Identity thieves can drain assets from your existing accounts, open new accounts in your name, apply for credit, and charge purchases. Seniors, learn how to protect your credit! #creditawareness

    Safeguarding Yourself:A Workshop on Identity Protection

    Your identity makes up who you are and identity theft is a crime. This type of theft consists of someone stealing key pieces of your personal information (your name, driver’s license number, Social Security Number, account numbers, etc.) for fraudulent use. This Personal Identifiable Information, or PII, is data that could potentially be used to identify you. Safeguarding your PII is more important than ever. In this workshop, you’ll learn about the latest scams and how to help protect yourself from them, ways your PII can be compromised, strategies to help keep your data safe and, most importantly, what you can do if your identity is compromised.

    This class will be lead by a volunteer instructor, Dan Brennen, AVP, Organizational Financial Wellness Consultant of PNC Bank.

    This is a virtual class. Registration is required. Prior to the class, registrants will be emailed a link to participate. The link will include computer and phone call options. No account necessary! Can’t make the class? The recording will be available after the class. Or, register to receive an email with the recording

    This class is part of Credit Awareness Month. This is a public education campaign to help consumers better manage their personal finances through free, non-commercial education.

  • Introduction to Credit Building
    5:00 PM-6:00 PM
    October 4, 2021

    Analyze the role of cultural, social, and emotional influences on feelings and beliefs regarding credit. Understand credit building as an essential and viable activity to overall self-sufficiency. Participants will learn how to strategically build credit.

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  • What Now?!: Capitalizing on Opportunities After the Pandemic
    6:30 PM-7:30 PM
    October 7, 2021

    This workshop will provide you with the tools for budgeting, savings, managing debt, and increasing your credit score. Achieve your financial goals with Beyond Housing! #creditawareness

    Join us for “What Now?!: Capitalizing on Opportunities After the Pandemic”. All things come to an end and where there is an ending there is a new beginning. What is your new beginning post-pandemic? Are you looking to budget better? Save more? Have more streams of income?

    Let Kyra Jefferson, of the Beyond Housing team, in partnership with the St. Louis Regional Financial Empowerment Coalition help you with the answers to those questions. This is a no-cost workshop that will provide you with the tools for budgeting, savings, managing debt, and increasing your credit score. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to achieve your financial goals!

    This is a virtual class. Registration is required. Prior to the class, registrants will be emailed a link to participate. The link will include computer and phone call options. No account necessary! Can’t make the class? The recording will be available after the class. Or, register to receive an email with the recording.

    This class is part of Credit Awareness Month. This is a public education campaign to help consumers better manage their personal finances through free, non-commercial education.

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  • Creative Arts Contest
    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    October 29, 2021

    The Creative Arts Contest is the youth focused fall event sponsored by the St. Louis Regional Financial Empowerment Coalition. The purpose of the contest is to create age appropriate awareness about credit and financial matters. 6th– 8th students are encouraged to answer this year’s Credit Awareness Month question with an original song and accompanying video. This is a creative opportunity to engage students in a way that gives voice to their opinions on credit, financial and socially relevant matters in a very tangible way.

    The Creative Arts Contest finalists’ awards ceremony will broadcast Live at 6pm October 29 from the Money Smart St. Louis Facebook and YouTube page.

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