The Essential Guide To Creating Financially Fit Students - St. Paul

October 12, 2019

The Essential Guide To Creating Financially Fit Students - St. Paul

GRADES 6-12 | OCTOBER 12 | 9:00AM-2:30PM | UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, ST. PAUL CAMPUS | RUTTAN HALL ROOM 119

Are you looking for resources and tools to use in your classroom in regards to personal finance and economics? From choosing a career, making credit choices and paying for education-to becoming a millionaire-we have you covered! Join us for a hands-on, informative approach to creating financially fit students. You will leave with activities and lessons you can instantly implement into your classroom!

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Instructors:

  • MCEE Master Teacher Cindy Fitzthum, St. Cloud State University

Cost:

  • Free + $30 stipend

What's Included:

  • 5 Continuing Education Units
  • Free lessons, resources, and materials
  • Lunch included 

Eligibility for Course:

  • Minnesota teachers of business, social studies disciplines, agriculture, FACS, and others teaching grade 9-12 that wish to join.
  • Pre-Service teachers are welcome, but participants must have fall 2020 classroom placement.

Parking

There are a variety of options for parking on campus, with the most convenient for our courses in Ruttan Hall listed below (please note that prices are subject to change, with more information on the University's PTS website).

Daily Parking:

  • Lot S101 at Cleveland Ave. and Commonwealth Ave. is $5/day, and is approximately a 1/2 mile walk from Ruttan Hall
  • The Gortner Ave. Ramp is $12/day, and is closest to Ruttan Hall

Hourly Parking:

  • The Gortner Ave. Ramp can be used for hourly parking, with rates starting at $3 for one hour. More information on these hourly rates can be found on the PTS website.
  • There are parking meters along Eckles Ave. between Buford Ave. and Carter Ave. These cost $2/hour.


MCEE Cancelation Policy
Questions about this or other events? Contact us at mcee@umn.edu or (612) 652-3727.

This workshop and the accompanying materials are made available to teachers through the generous support of the Alliance Data Corporate Giving Fund and the Council for Economic Education.