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Philo4Thought Financial Fitness Seminar on Jan. 15

NEW YORK – Philo4Thought resumes its Lifestyle Series with the Financial Fitness Seminar on Saturday, January 15, 11 AM-12:30 PM EST, via Zoom, focusing on building sound financial habits to increase your overall productivity in work and life.

Since 2009, Philo4Thought’s goal has been to help emerging young professionals connect with viable career resources and opportunities. Particularly active in the months during the pandemic, Philo4Thought has lended support to struggling students, professionals, new entrepreneurs and local business owners.

The Spring 2022 instructional videos and panel-style seminars will focus on achieving work-life balance, aligning goals, spotting and assessing common setbacks/pitfalls that emerging professionals should anticipate, etc. Philo4Thought will also introduce great resources designed to get you on the right track for your optimal academic and professional advancement.

All are welcome to attend. Online pre-registration is required. Same-day registration is not available. Only those who register on the official Eventbrite page will receive the Zoom Link and Password. Register on Eventbrite, search: Philo4Thought Financial Fitness Seminar.

Event proceeds go towards Philo4Thought’s annual Spring Scholarship as well as the continuation of its educational programming and publications.


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