The Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (DBDLI) will be hosting the first 2 of 5 regional Financial Education Workshops for African Nova Scotian/Black learners and community to enhance and/or develop their financial literacy skills.
Financial knowledge is necessary to make financially responsible decisions. Therefore, helping learners of African ancestry gain that knowledge and to become more fluent in concepts such as student loans, debt, credit, and savings like RESP’s and RRSP’s will better prepare them for financial planning to support goals such as post-secondary education.
Although the content delivered in this workshop is targeting youth and/or young adult learners, all community members are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be provided and travel stipends are available upon request to those in need of transportation. Look out for upcoming sessions to be held in Truro, Annapolis Valley, and Tri County.
For more information and/or to confirm your participation at either of our workshops, please contact our Coordinator of Youth Initiatives and Projects, Chanae Parsons, at email@example.com or 902.407.3200 ext. 205.