Three Leopardcents Student Ambassadors join Katie for a conversation about finances as they approach graduation. From college financial-based decisions to money spending habits, listen in to get some great advice on financial independence as a college student and new grad!
Whether you're an employee at a restaurant or working odd jobs to make ends meet, you have the ability to become an invaluable employee that any employer would be lucky to have. Learn from Bianca Carrasco on her experience in the service industry and how that led her to Wentworth, Ashley Tampellini's current experience as a graduating college student, and hear about Katie's successes in her role as both an Associate Director of Financial Aid and Dance Instructor.
College expenses can be difficult to navigate. Katie Roark and Ashley Francois discuss ways to pay for college, whether it be personal loans or finding scholarships to apply to, there's always a way to fund your education.
Katie is back this week with two Registered Dietitians, Krista Blackwell and Rachel Dziedzic. They talk about solutions for reducing food waste, appropriate ways to store food so it lasts longer, and much more!
This week Katie is joined by Rachel Dziedzic and Krista Blackwell, two Registered Dietitians who talk about strategies for saving money at the grocery store, eating healthy on a budget and meal planning.
This week Katie is joined by Brad Mueller, Study Abroad and Scholarship Counselor from Clemson University. They share their experiences of financing grad school, budgeting students loans, and the finances of studying abroad.
This week Katie is joined by her husband Dan and they talk about navigating the money conversation in romantic and friendship relationships, some things they do in their own relationship and how important it is to have open lines of communication.
This week Katie is joined by Robbin Beauchamp, Director of Coops and Careers at Wentworth Institute of Technology as they discuss knowing when and what negotiate, the importance of benefits, and the importance of knowing your worth.
Katie is joined by Bryan Foltice, Associate Professor of Finance at Bulter University and they share their advice on making the tough financial choices every day, the importance of paying off loans early, prioritizing short and long term goals, and more! If you're interested in reaching out to Bryan he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katie is joined by Alex Cabal, Director of the Office of Diversity and Social Justice at Wentworth Institute of Technology as they talk about the familial and cultural impact on how we use our money, the importance of knowing it's okay to not know everything, getting help from others, and more!
Katie is joined by her friend Krista Blackwell and they discuss the topic of travel on a budget. Katie and Krista use their experiences traveling the globe to give tips on how to save for traveling, finding a place to stay, the difficulties of going from city to city and more!
This week Katie is joined by Andy Tsui. They discuss the financial decisions that come up as a college student, long term spending over short term desires, the dangers of falling behind on credit card payments, and the long terms effects of student loans.
This week Katie is joined by her co-worker Kelly, they talk through the ways they have had to adapt during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will discuss dining out, the temptations of online shopping, working from home, and more!
This week Katie is joined by her husband Dan to talk to you about how to navigate the home buying process. They will discuss the pros and cons of renting versus buying, negotiating, and share their own experiences!
This week Katie is joined by her brother, Mike Paquin. They talk decision making post college and how important it is to be aware of your loan repayment options and to make educated financial decisions post college.
This week Katie sits with, Bianca Carrasco a fellow financial aid counselor at Wentworth Institute of Technology to talk about her financial journey. They discuss how ignoring her student loans for a while has impacted her life and how educating herself about her finances has given her the power to take control of her life and set herself up for future financial success.
This week Katie is again joined by her husband Dan and they discuss the topic of credit. They breakdown the credit score, talk about good credit habits, the credit bureaus and their own personal credit experiences.
Welcome to the first episode of Educated Spending, the money management podcast for college students and young adults. This week, Katie is joined by her husband Dan to talk about how their own families of origin have influenced the ways that they think about money and saving.