College-bound seniors will begin receiving their financial aid award letters this month. While exciting, it also can be an overwhelming process for students and families.
How students finance their education can have long-term impacts on their personal finances. For educators, this creates a perfect opportunity to engage teens in a meaningful conversation, helping them to think through their options and to apply sound financial principles as they create a plan for success.
NEFE Activity Guide offers guidance for parents to share their stories and engage teens in a meaningful conversation about their work and financial future.
New February 2016 NEFE Content
In February, NEFE explored the topic of love and money, sharing stories that ranged from how ex-NFL player Andra Davis and his wife work as a team to manage their money, to financial infidelity, and even how to have a "happy financial divorce."
On Your Own posted a guest video by Ben Carter of Washington, D.C.-based Manage Your Damn Money, a Web series that combines interviews with financial experts and musical performances by local musicians.
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