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Blog: Free FinanciallyHers Savvy Summer Series

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By Jim Donovan:  The weather isn’t the only thing heating up this summer. Local financial literacy organization Clarifi is unveiling its FREE FinanciallyHers Savvy Summer Series.  Running July through August, six financial education workshops are being held, with topics including investing, starting a business and networking through social media.

“Our goal for these workshops is to give women the tools they need to be financially successful,” says Markita Morris-Louis, Vice President of Community Affairs for Clarifi. “While the summer is a time to rest and relax, it’s also a great time to learn something new to give yourself a more competitive edge.”

All workshops in the FinanciallyHers Savvy Summer Series will be held in Center City locations in a “lunch and learn” style from 12pm – 1pm.  To register for a workshop, visit clarifi.org/summer.

Women and Banking: Protect Your Wallet
July 16
Citibank, 1515 Locust St.

The Socially Savvy Woman: Use Social Media to Your Advantage
July 23
Citibank, 207 South St.

Women and Startups: How to Start a Business Without Burning Out
July 30
Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLP, 1 Logan Square

Women and Relationships: What to Do When the Relationship Ends
August 6
Career Wardrobe, 21 South 12th St.

Raising Money Savvy Kids
August 13
Clarifi, 1608 Walnut St., 10th Fl.

Women and Investing: Understanding Today’s Market
August 20
Clarifi, 1608 Walnut St., 10th Fl.

All workshop participants are eligible for a free financial counseling session. For workshops held in our Center City office, sessions will be available immediately following the workshops.

Since 2008, Clarifi’s FinanciallyHers program has helped over 2,000 women take control of their finances.  The Summer Savvy Series is being sponsored by Citibank, the primary sponsor of FinanciallyHers, and PECO.

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