All articles tagged Students (21)

University of Texas Prepares Students for Their Financial Future Through Its Required Public Financial Management Course

University of Texas Prepares Students for Their Financial Future Through Its Required Public Financial Management Course

In a Nutshell: Many public affairs students at the University of Texas at Austin eye futures in government or nonprofit organizations. But before embarking on that journey, they must first grasp... read more »

Deserve Looks Beyond Credit Scores to Approve Students and Young Professionals with Limited Credit Profiles

Deserve Looks Beyond Credit Scores to Approve Students and Young Professionals with Limited Credit Profiles

In a Nutshell: Access to credit can be difficult for the more than 1 million international students enrolled in American colleges each year. Despite many students entering the states with no... read more »

From Games and Comics to Financial Literacy Guides, Visa’s Practical Money Skills Program Educates Canadians of All Ages

From Games and Comics to Financial Literacy Guides, Visa’s Practical Money Skills Program Educates Canadians of All Ages

In a Nutshell: Taking advantage of modern technology, popular credit card network, Visa, is working to make learning about money more accessible and interactive. With its Practical Money Skills... read more »

How CreativeLive’s Money & Life Courses are Democratizing Education with Affordable, Online Courses from the Nation’s Leading Experts

How CreativeLive’s Money & Life Courses are Democratizing Education with Affordable, Online Courses from the Nation’s Leading Experts

In a Nutshell: Unless you win lucrative scholarships (or someone else is footing the bill), participating in higher education can often be cost-prohibitive. But San Francisco-based CreativeLive... read more »

How Westminster Savings’ Student-Tailored Accounts Set Young Adults Up for Financial Success

How Westminster Savings’ Student-Tailored Accounts Set Young Adults Up for Financial Success

In a Nutshell: Westminster Savings is a nearly 75-year-old credit union serving the Metro Vancouver area. With four primary financial products targeted toward students and young adults, the... read more »

12 Best Credit Cards for Young Adults (2017)

12 Best Credit Cards for Young Adults (2017)

Acting as a universal key to credit locks, a good credit score can make your financial life a whole lot easier. As a young adult, however, the options for establishing your credit may be limited... read more »

WE Day™ Empowers Youth in America, Canada, and the UK to Become “Agents of Change” and Create Sustainable Social Impacts Worldwide

WE Day™ Empowers Youth in America, Canada, and the UK to Become “Agents of Change” and Create Sustainable Social Impacts Worldwide

In a Nutshell: Creating positive social change around the world is something everyone wants, but nobody can tackle the issue alone. The WE Movement is one that inspires youth to become... read more »

Travel the World on a College Budget: StudentUniverse Saves Students Up to 40% on Flights & Accommodations

Travel the World on a College Budget: StudentUniverse Saves Students Up to 40% on Flights & Accommodations

In a Nutshell: Jetting across the globe is an enriching experience for anyone. For college students who are still forming their opinions on the world, traveling abroad can be life changing. The... read more »

7 Best Credit Cards for College Students (First Card, No Credit, More)

7 Best Credit Cards for College Students (First Card, No Credit, More)

Heading to college is an exciting time in one’s life — you’ve got more freedom than ever before, and you finally get to choose the things you learn about, unlike school before college. The... read more »

SelfScore Offers International Students $500-$1,500 Credit Limits — No Social Security Number or Credit History Required

SelfScore Offers International Students $500-$1,500 Credit Limits — No Social Security Number or Credit History Required

In a Nutshell: Twenty years ago, Kalpesh Kapadia was an international student at Carnegie Mellon struggling to build credit in a system that was utterly foreign to him. Feeling the frustration... read more »