April is financial literacy month, and the Investor Advocacy Clinic’s student interns are making sure that potential investors have the information they need to make wise financial decisions.
On Tuesday, April 22, interns Thomas Abrahamson, Timothy Guilmette and Nataliya Nemtseva will meet with cadets in Georgia State University’s ROTC. Their presentation, “Take Charge of Your Financial Future,” will discuss financial readiness, budgeting, saving and planning for the future and is tailored for members of the military.
On Wednesday, April 23, graduate research assistant Dylan Donley and fall 2013 student intern D. Russell Stroud will present “There’s no Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Getting to Know the Red Flags of Fraud and Common Scams Against Seniors” to a group of law students studying elder law. This presentation will educate future lawyers interested in working with seniors, providing them with information and tools to protect seniors from scams.
On Tuesday, April 29, student interns Scott Evans, Benjamin Stubbs and Patricia Uceda will present “Guidance for Your Investment Journey” at the Georgia State University College of Law to current law students in Room 330 at noon. This presentation will help new investors learn how to protect themselves from becoming victims to investment fraud and make wise decisions as they save for their future.
Each of these presentations is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Interested in an investor education presentation for your organization? Call us at (404) 413.9270 and we would be happy to discuss how the clinic can create a presentation tailored to your audience.