$martMoney Week events continue through Saturday.
- “Long-term Care Protection: A Unique Benefit for Key
Special guest speaker Phyllis Hoffman compares insurance
products highlighting needs and qualifications for coverage.
Noon-1 p.m. and 7-8 p.m., Primerica Financial Services
- “Managing Matters Part 2: Loans that Students Borrow”
You may be borrowing student loans to help pay for college.
Maybe you also have a credit card(s), a car loan, and/or other
types of debt. This workshop will provide you with valuable
information on borrowing money, how to do it wisely, how to avoid
bad debt and how to establish an excellent credit record.
3-4 p.m., University of Nebraska at Kearney Copeland Hall Room
- “Resume Workshop”
In this one-hour workshop, participants will learn how to
develop and design a resume representing educational background,
work experience, specialized abilities or certifications.
4-5 p.m., Kearney Public Library
- “Welcome to the Real World”
This presentation lets students know what to expect upon
graduation and some of the pitfalls that students tend to fall into
while at college.
4-5 p.m. Nebraskan Student Union Cedar Room
- “Homebuyer Education Part 3: Homeowner’s Insurance, Are You
This session will discuss shopping for homeowner’s insurance,
what your plan covers, packaging policies and when to file a
6-7:30 p.m., Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska
- “Strength and Skills in Today’s Workplace”
Discover what are identified as important strengths and skills
in today’s labor market.
6:30-7:30 p.m., Platte Valley State Bank at 2223 Second Ave.
- “Balancing Your Wants With Your Needs”
No, money doesn’t grow on trees. Ryan Ideus, a business banker
with Wells Fargo, will provide information and lead a discussion on
making sound financial decisions with your financial funds. Taking
responsibility for your spending habits today is the first step
toward financial security in the future.
7-8 p.m., UNK Mantor Hall at 1203 W. 26th St.
- “Being Credit Savvy”
This seminar focuses on obtaining and wisely using consumer
credit. Participants will receive tips on buying a vehicle and
building good credit.
7:30-8:30 p.m., Platte Valley State Bank
- “Homebuyer Education Part 4: Getting a Home
This session will tell you about getting a home inspection and
what it includes. Participants will also learn about budgeting,
home maintenance, and rights and responsibilities of ownership.
8-10 p.m., Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska