The Babson Financial Literacy Project (BFLP) is a not-for-profit initiative designed to help young adults acquire the financial knowledge and skills necessary for long-term independence and prosperity.   Each of the 4 workshops will focus on different areas of financial awareness.
Registration is required.

Tuesday, Jan 11, 2022 7-8PM        Tips & Tricks for Managing credit

Credit cards offer convenience and can be a huge help to building a credit profile, but they can so also be a source of misuse. This workshop provides insights on how to manage credit cards, their hidden costs, and tips to avoid credit card traps.


Tuesday, Feb 8, 2022 7-8PM         Managing your money to build your best life

Paying your bills should be a top financial priority for everyone. Of course, most of us also want some extra money for a major purchase, dream of owning a home or want to retire comfortable. This workshop will help you learn how to budget your money and start building a nest egg for your future.


Tuesday, Mar 8, 2022 7-8PM        Decisions! Decisions!

When you start a new job, some of your first decisions may be about saving for retirement and choosing a health insurance plan. How much should I put into my retirement account? Which investments should I choose? Which health insurance plan will serve my needs and be affordable? The choices can be daunting. Join us to gain some important insights on how to make these essential decisions.


Tuesday, Apr 12, 2022 7-8PM       Protecting your assets

Life as an independent adult can feel complicated and overwhelming. How can you be ready for the challenges ahead? This workshop will help you organize and prepare for your adult life.

Special thanks to the Woburn Public Library Foundation for funding this program.